Career Cops and Politicians vs. Rights of the People | SOTG 1127

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In a Republic, which is more important; the Rights of the People or the feelings of their public servants? According to some traitorous career cops and corrupt politicians, the rights of the people come second to the whims of the elite.

We have another pistol to discuss during our Duracoat Finished Firearm section. For our Brownells Bullet Points feature we will give you a hardware update on the BFT47.

Also, during this week’s SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters, we have another bear attack to discuss. Some folks learn from their mistakes. Other folks are wise and learn from the mistakes of others.

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From www.wthr.com:

A proposal that could ultimately repeal Indiana’s handgun permit requirement remained alive in the Legislature on Thursday despite the objections of major law enforcement groups and officials, including the head of the State Police.

The Republican-dominated Senate Judiciary Committee advanced the bill late Wednesday following an eight-hour meeting that ended with three GOP senators joining committee Democrats in approving an amendment that a Republican supporter said “guts the bill completely.”

Supporters said they then voted in support of the measure only so that it could possibly be changed back to its original form in votes by the full Senate next week.

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