Sam Bocetta is a retired engineer who worked for over 35 years as a defense contractor for the U.S. Navy, specializing in electronic warfare and advanced computer systems. He teaches in Ottawa, Canada as a part time engineering professor and is the ASEAN affairs correspondent for Gun News Daily.
On March 22nd, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and New York Attorney General Eric Shneiderman (D) announced final orders to permanently ban debt collectors 4 Star Resolution, LLC [also known as Four Star Resolution LLC], six affiliated companies, and three individual defendants from the debt collection industry.
The 18-year old son of a Michigan firearms retailer is suing Dick’s Sporting Goods after they refused to sell him a shotgun at one of their locations in the northern suburb of Troy. Pennfield High School senior Tristin Fulton filed the suit in Oakland County Circuit Court on March 6.
In November of 2017, the families of the Sandy Hook school shooting victims appealed to the Connecticut Supreme Court after having their initial lawsuit against firearm manufacturer, Remington Arms, thrown out in 2016.
The inauguration of Donald Trump certainly brought more controversy and chaos than that of any other president in this country’s history. Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Washington, D.C., but their protest was anything but peaceful. Now, many of them are facing criminal charges, and what the jury decides will be key in determining what constitutes conspiracy and what qualifies as free speech.
In January of this year, North Carolina Rep. Richard Hudson introduced his national reciprocity bill, a piece of legislation which would enable people with a state-issued concealed carry license to conceal a handgun in any other state that permits concealed carry, so long as the licensed individual complies with the other state’s gun laws.