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pdf.pngMotion to Dismiss Takings Case HOT

Motion to dismiss filed by the State in the Takings Case

pdf.pngYoung 9th Circuit decision HOT

Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit decision in Young v. Hawaii

pdf.pngExhibits 1
pdf.pngExhibits to motion to dismiss Takings Case HOT
pdf.pngExhibits to motion to dismiss Takings Case HOT
pdf.pngDecision and dissent in Heller II

Heller II decision

pdf.pngDecision and dissent in Heller II HOT

Heller II decision

pdf.pngGould Amicus Brief NJ et al HOT

Gould Amicus brief filed by NJ and other STates, including MD.

pdf.pngWoollard decision HOT

Woollard 4th Circuit decision

pdf.pngDecision in Rogers v. Grewal HOT

District Court decision in Rogers carry case 

pdf.pngGould Brief of Appellants HOT

Brief of Appellants in Gould v. O'Leary First Circuit Case

pdf.pngNRA Amicus Brief in Gould HOT

NRA amicus brief filed in the First Circuit in May 2018 in the Gould carry case.

pdf.pngThe Racist Roots of Gun Control HOT
pdf.pngReply In Support of Motion To Dismiss HOT
pdf.pngOpposition to Motion To Dismiss First Amendment HOT
pdf.pngMotion to Dismiss First Amendment HOT
pdf.pngMotion to Dismiss First Amendment HOT

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Whalen v Handgun Permit Review Board Argued Before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals

In this case, the appellant, Holmes Whalen, was denied a carry permit by the Maryland State Police and that denial was sustained by the Handgun Permit Review Board.  Mr. Whalen challenged that denial in circuit court, contending Maryland's "good and substantial reason" requirement for a carry permit was unconstitutional and that prior Maryland precedent have been superseded by subsequent Supreme Court holdings. 

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Once Anti-Gun, Now an Advocate for Gun Ownership and Self Defense

 

Darlyn used to completely reject the idea of owning guns. She shares her story of coming to terms with the realities of relying solely on painfully slow government services for her safety and ultimately how she learned to protect herself. Along the way, she provides insight on how to approach those who think like she used to.

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