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Is Your Police Chief “Uncomfortable” With Concealed Carry?

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 7

Illinois gun owners scored a big victory when shall-issue concealed carry was passed this summer. But if you think Chicago-area… more »


Highland Park, IL: White Wine Suburb Strikes at “Assault Weapons”

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 1

The North Shore suburbs of Chicago have been unfriendly country for gun owners for years. Morton Grove banned handguns in… more »

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Anti-Gun Chicago Pol Trotter Gets Wrist Slap

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 5

In a development I’m sure will shock you, trusting SGN reader, Chicago State Sen. Donne Trotter worked out a plea… more »

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Top Chicago Cop Says You’re Corrupt

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 4

“Chicago ain’t ready for reform,” Ald. Paddy Bauler If there’s one place in America that knows corruption, it’s Chicago. Platoons… more »

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Bloomberg Continues Political Sniping

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 1

Billionaire bully and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is once again engaged in some long-range sniping, though his ammo is… more »

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Name that Hypocrite Contest—Donne Trotter

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 13

Chicago State Sen. Donne Trotter was released on $25,000 bond after being arrested this week for trying to board a… more »


Chicago-area Gun Tax Approved

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 6

The Cook County Board of Commissioners has approved a budget including a $25 tax on gun sales. Board President Toni… more »


Chicago-Area “Bullet” Tax Dropped

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 0

Cook Co. Board President Toni Preckwinkle has dropped her controversial nickel-a-bullet tax proposal, though she is sticking to the idea… more »


Nickel a “Bullet” Tax Proposed in Chicagoland

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 17

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle carried out her threat to propose a “bullet tax” in the county’s 2013 budget…. more »


Chicago-Area Politicians Continue to Push “Bullet” Tax

by Robert W. Hunnicutt 26

Chicago-area politicians just won’t get the message delivered by the U.S. Supreme Court in the McDonald decision. They keep trying to… more »

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