Dozens of spineless, tax slaves in Massachusetts demonstrated their collective weakness and ignorance by protesting a gun shop in Dedham last week. They claim that the presence of the gun shop will physically and mentally harm the children. 

Our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week has a question about recommended ways to carry your sidearm with on a motorcycle or bicycle. Professor Paul and Jarrad offer a few solutions. 

During our Quiet Time segment from, Professor Paul has a couple of quotes from Daniel Webster, a brilliant statesman, wordsmith, and defender of the Constitution. He also has another homework assignment for you. 

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  • Protesters of planned Dedham gun store say it’s too close to parks & schools
  • Heated debate as MA lawmakers consider expanding abortion access



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Dozens of people gathered in Dedham on Sunday to protest the upcoming opening of a gun shop. Those in attendance said it’s too close to parks and schools. J & J Arms plans to open in September at 224 Bussey Street.

Those who oppose it said they may not be able to stop its grand opening, but they’re hoping to change the laws to prevent future shops from coming to town.

“This is not the right place for a gun store, it just doesn’t make any sense,” said Adam Satriano of Dedham.

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Outside the Massachusetts Statehouse on Monday, rally attendees leveled charges of infanticide against those who support expanding abortion rights. Inside, supporters touted their bill as a compassionate way to help a small number of women in tragic circumstances.

Lawmakers on the Judiciary Committee held a hearing Monday on the ROE Act, a controversial bill to expand access to abortion sponsored by House Speaker Pro Tempore Patricia Haddad, D-Somerset, Rep. Jay Livingstone, D-Boston, and Senate President Emerita Harriette Chandler, D-Worcester.

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