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On Tuesday, the United States Court Of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in the matter of Kolbe v. Hogan, upheld Maryland’s so-called “assault weapon” ban. The divided decision dashes hopes raised last year when a three judge panel ruled the doctrine of “strict scrutiny” should apply in determining if edicts like the Orwellian-named Maryland Firearm […]

Rather than send the Maryland firearm and magazine ban case back down to a lower court as ordered by a three-judge panel last month, a majority of the Richmond-based 4th Circuit Court of Appeals voted to rehear the case in May, The Washington Post reported. Maryland’s edict “bans the possession or sale of more than […]

Along with other ethical violation involving personal and professional conduct, Maryland Deputy Attorney General Thiruvendran Vignarajah demonstrated his clear contempt for his oath of office when the Sri Lankan immigrant expressed his view on the right to keep and bear arms to a female journalist working with documentarian James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas. Per the recording, […]