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The Zanesville Patriots gathered outside Staley Communications Saturday on Putnam Avenue to discuss their right to bear arms. The Patriots hosted a "bumper-sticker-stick-on" event where those who support them received a free bumper sticker promoting the second amendment.
"What we're doing is we're gathering signatures, and giving out bumper stickers to people who believe in the second amendment," Greg McDonald said.
A little over a month ago President Barack Obama issued 23 executive orders to create better gun control in the United States.
Some of the executive orders include reviewing safety standards for guns, launching a national campaign to promote safe gun ownership and provide law enforcement with proper training when it comes to active shooters. But, one group sees these 23 orders as a threat to the 2nd Amendment and believes the government is trying to take away guns. They're speaking out...
With a fast approaching deadline. President Obama held his 7th prime time televised address last night pushing for Congressional Leaders to reach a deal that would allow the government to continue borrowing money and pay its debts.
If Congress fails to raise the $14.3 trillion debt limit by August 2nd Americans could face rising interest rates and a decline in the value of the dollar. 18th District Congressman Bob Gibbs said it will ultimately cause individual mortgages, car loans and...
A Coshocton County man is causing quite the commotion in North Carolina. Joseph "Sean" McVey was found armed in a North Carolina parking lot yesterday afternoon as Air Force One, that was carrying President Obama, was departing.
McVey was arrested and has since been charged, but some fellow co-workers say they're shocked about the whole incident.
"He's kind of a young kid. He's just kind of a go-getter. His adrenaline gets rolling, and he just kind of wants to go,...
A Coshocton man says he just wanted to talk to the President when he was arrested Sunday at an Asheville, North Carolina airport with a gun .
23-year-old Joseph McVey will face a court appearance Monday.
Asheville Regional Airport Police Captain Kevan Smith says about 2pm Sunday officers saw McVey get out of a car in the public parking lot with a handgun. Security was heightened because President Barack Obama was departing after vacationing in the state.