2nd Amendment Under Fire
Joe Visconti believes that the 2014 Connecticut gubernatorial race is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate on the national stage the difference that voters can make by recognizing the truly conservative candidate.
Gun rights activists organized by the NY2A Grassroots Coalition gathered in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Sunday and burned nearly a thousand gun registration forms. The forms were made necessary by the anti-2nd Amendment New York SAFE Act.
A high school sophomore in Grand Island, N.Y., recently had his 1st Amendment rights violated by educators who viewed his promotion of his 2nd Amendment rights as an “inappropriate” violation of the school’s dress code.
President Barack Obama’s nomination of Dr. Vivek Hallegere Murthy for U.S. Surgeon General was passed from the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee to the full Senate by a vote of 13-9 last month. It is a nomination that should make gun owners shudder.
All over America, schools are exercising what they call zero-tolerance policy to suspend young children packing “suggestions of guns.” Behind this practice is the idea that populations can be conditioned against owning real guns. Start early, indoctrinate the kids and society will change.
Gun control advocates are urging social networking sites like Facebook and Instagram to make changes that would crack down on gun-related pages and posts, which anti-firearm groups say are facilitating illegal gun sales and trades.
American educators are on the lookout for a new and growing danger to America’s schoolchildren: “Level 2 lookalike firearms.” That’s bureaucratic-educator speak for a finger. According to The Columbus Dispatch, a fifth-grade student at Devonshire Alternative Elementary in Columbus, Ohio, was suspended from school for three days last week for allegedly fashioning his thumb and […]
As New Jersey lawmakers continue on a quest for ever-stricter gun laws, the State Assembly is readying discussion over a bill to reduce maximum magazine capacity from 15 to 10 rounds. Because the bill covers both fixed and detachable magazines, it could prohibit at least 43 common rifles, including popular .22 caliber models. The Association […]
In the early morning hours of April 19, 1775, English Gen. Thomas Gage’s troops moved toward Concord, Mass., in an effort to capture guns, gunpowder and lead stored there.
When they reached Lexington, Mass., those troops were met by about 60 to 70 Minutemen mustered in response to reports the British troops were advancing. The Minutemen were told to stand fast, not firing but not cowering in the face of what was considered the mightiest army of the day.
On Monday, the Supreme Court rejected two National Rifle Association challenges to laws that ban handgun permits for people under 21.