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New direction needed at DNR Dick Ellis Candidate for governor Tim Michels indicated in October that if elected he would break up the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to serve 1) business and 2 ) the hunting and fishing, or sporting community. “It’s not my opinion that the DNR is broken,” Michels said. “It’s what I hear everywhere I go.” Better days. John and Jim Ellis with a memorable opening mornin...
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SOTU Inevitably Included an Attack on the 2A

By NRA-ILA. Feb 14, 2023

Joe Biden gave another State of the Union (SOTU) speech last week, and, as most anticipated, it included an attack on our right to keep and bear arms. Biden has hammered away at this theme throughout his term in the White House, and there was nothing in his latest broadside against gun owners that showed any more insight, nuance, or understanding of the subject than his prior efforts.

Apparently, not only can you not teach an old dog new tricks, you cannot teach an old politician to update his script.

Biden speeches are well known for a number of characteristics, and most of them work against taking him seriously. As is typical, he yelled angrily at times, garbled words, jumped randomly from subject to subject, seemed to verbally attack members of the audience, and leaned theatrically toward the microphone for emphasis.

Then, of course, there were a number of his trademark gaffes. He was barely off the first screen of his teleprompter when he referred to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) as the Minority Leader.

But the one "policy proposal” that virtually everyone has learned to expect, and on which Biden again delivered, was a call for banning guns. ..... Image removed by sender.