2nd Amendment Under Fire
Fred Shayes, owner of a small tourist shop in midtown Manhattan, is going to have to go out of business if Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office doesn’t let up. The city’s Department of Consumer Affairs is fining him $60,000 because his store was selling cigarette lighters that looked like tiny guns, even though Shayes cooperated with officials as soon as he realized the items weren’t allowed in Bloomberg’s gun-panicked nanny state.
Colorado Senate President John Morse is the highest-profile legislator who supported the State’s trio of new gun-control laws in March. But he and others are now fighting to keep their seats, as residents warm to the growing nationwide push to recall lawmakers whose in-office actions don’t reflect what voters thought they were getting at election time.
The California State Senate passed seven gun-control bills Wednesday, tightening the leash on gun owners in a State already entrenched in an ongoing, liberal-led subversion of its residents’ 2nd Amendment powers.
With the stroke of a pen, new semi-automatic handguns have been banned from sale in California.
How, you ask? This bulletin, signed by the State’s Bureau of Firearms Chief, Stephen J. Lindley, for Attorney General Kamala Harris, requires all semi-auto pistols to be equipped with microstamping technology.
A press release issued by the Italian company Perazzi Shotguns indicates that not only was Daniele Perazzi not arrested in Denver, but he has been deceased for more than a year.
Pete Santilli, a radio host with ties to some conservative causes, made some shocking remarks about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, claiming she should be “shot” in her genitals for being “involved in the killings of American troops.” Regardless of your views about culpability in the Benghazi, Libya, terror attacks, statements like those made […]
Earlier this week, three attackers kicked in the front door to a home in southwest Houston and proceeded to whoop up on a resident of the home before stuffing him into an upstairs closet. Lucky for him it’s where a gun was stored. According to KHOU, the man reportedly waited until it sounded quiet downstairs […]
Audio from a Senate hearing on gun control last week outed three Senators who lingered after talks were finished, with each sharing a slice of elitist thought that has little to do with upholding Constitutional oaths, but lots to do with expanding the state’s control over individual freedoms and widening the cultural gap between citizens and the elected class.
One of the key proponents of a technology allowing a plastic gun to be assembled through a three-dimensional printing process has been forced to remove all firearms-related schematics from a personal defense website that had made the designs available for free.
As a number of pro-gun State legislatures step up to protect their residents from un-Constitutional Federal gun legislation, a poll released by Rasmussen this week indicates that they have national majority opinion on their side. According to the poll, a majority of respondents support the idea of nullification—that States can invalidate unConstitutional Federal laws within […]