2nd Amendment Under Fire
An attempt by San Diego County to pick and choose which of its residents are allowed to hold a concealed carry permit was refuted Thursday by an appeals court, which ruled that the county’s take on a Statewide “good cause” rule infringed on citizens’ 2nd Amendment rights. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th […]
There is no logic behind bans on so-called “assault weapons.” Bans are simply an effort by the gun grabbers to capitalize on the irrational fears of a few simpletons — who find certain weapons scary looking — in order to create a category of weapons and gun owners that gun grabbers can demonize in their unending march to disarm Americans.
That is never so evident as in New York.
In 2013, the National Guard conducted a training exercise in Ohio that envisioned a terror attack staged by “[t]wo school employees who are disgruntled over the government’s interpretation of the Second Amendment.”
An ardent supporter of New York’s SAFE Act gun control law was arrested late last week after allegedly violating one of the sacred tenets of gun control: Never let a person with a gun come anywhere near a school campus.
Late last month, firearm manufacturer Beretta announced that it will not expand operations in Maryland. In an open letter this week, Ugo Gussalli Beretta, CEO and president of the company, explained that Maryland’s disrespect for gun rights was the reason for the decision.
What would you do if someone asked you to sign a petition calling for the imprisonment and execution of all American gun owners? For some California college students the answer is a simple, “No problem.”
Witness the sad decline of ABC News’ aging newsmagazine 20/20. While it never achieved the notability of 60 Minutes, it likewise never dove headfirst into the deep end of the crazed activism of its neighbors like Dateline NBC. But then last week, 20/20 served up “Young Guns.”
In “Just Say No To Firearm Ignorance,” NRA News commentator Billy Johnson said he doesn’t understand the typical response to accidental gun-related deaths. He believes it’s wrong to teach children to be afraid of guns. “What baffles me — what I struggle to fully comprehend — is why, as a community, our response to accidental […]
The results of a new poll from Gallup indicate that President Barack Obama’s push for stricter gun control may have actually led more Americans to feel that the Nation needs less strict gun laws.
The illegal usurper currently occupying the people’s house Tuesday night gave us yet another of his vacuous speeches filled with collectivist claptrap. The only notable thing he did say is that he intends to continue his imperial Presidency and ruling by fiat. And one of his aims is more gun control.
Last January, President Barack Obama and his fellow gun grabbers were buoyed by the massacre of 27 teachers and students at Sandy Hook Elementary School — an event that may or may not have occurred — and in the State of the Union address he mentioned guns and gun control seven times. For the gun grabbers, some kind of gun law seemed inevitable. But the American people had other ideas. They snapped up weapons and ammunition in record amounts and leaned on Congress to defeat all attempts at unConstitutional 2nd Amendment-restricting legislation.