2nd Amendment Under Fire
Even as 2nd Amendment advocates scored a small victory when Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) struck Senator Dianne Feinstein’s (D-Calif.) scary-gun ban bill from the legislative push for firearm control, knee-jerk absurdity continues throughout the Nation as a result of government demonization of gun owners.
Colorado-based Magpul, a manufacturer of gun accessories like grips, mounts, sights and magazines, is evidently making good on its pledge to move its operations out of the State if a ban on magazine capacity and other 2nd Amendment infractions is approved by the Legislature and Governor.
Two Colorado sheriffs have joined the growing ranks of sheriffs across the country who say they won’t enforce any new gun control measures — whether State or local — that infringe on the 2nd Amendment.
Gun grabbing lawmakers at both the State and Federal level continue to push forward with their anti-American, anti-2nd Amendment, anti-gun agendas, even as more individuals, State legislatures and manufacturers of weapons, weapons accessories and ammunition push back.
Representative Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.), a sponsor of The Gun Trafficking Prevention Act of 2013, said in a recent interview that it is a ridiculous notion that Americans armed with assault rifles could fend off tyrannical government.
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), in a heated exchange with Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) during a Senate Judiciary Hearing this morning on guns, wanted one thing to be clear: She knows what it says in the Constitution that she so wishes to violate. “The question that I would pose to the senior senator from California is,” […]
After last summer’s Aurora, Colo., movie theater murders, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg had an anti-gun PR plan in place and ready to go live when the next mad-gunman killing sensation hit TV screens.
Last week was a big one for gun rights.
First, Caitlin Halligan’s nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was defeated by a Republican filibuster. Halligan was one of the most anti-gun judicial nominees in recent memory, according to Gun Owners of America. The cloture vote failed 51-41, with only Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska breaking ranks with the Republicans.
GOA saw some more good news in the Senate Judiciary Committee, even though it passed S. 54, the Veterans Gun Ban. The good news comes in the fact that Republicans seem united against the bill, which makes a filibuster defeat “very achievable.”
The list of gun manufacturers that won’t sell their products to government agencies — unless regular people can buy them too — has tripled in two weeks’ time.
The Senate Judiciary Committee spent Thursday considering four new gun control proposals initiated in response to mass shootings during the past year.