2nd Amendment Under Fire
Governors and legislatures in Texas and other Red States have differentiated themselves from their liberal peers in New York, Connecticut, Maryland and even Colorado by rolling out very public welcome mats, all in the hope that outbound gun manufacturers will land in their backyards.
You have the right to bear arms — still relatively un-infringed in some States — unless, of course, agents of the state deem you are doing so in an impolite manner. A decorated veteran who was on a 10-mile hike with his 15-year-old son was illegally disarmed and arrested on a Texas county road for “rudely displaying a firearm.”
PTR (Precision Target Rifle) Industries, makers of the PTR-91 series of rifles, released a statement on its website last week announcing its principled departure from its corporate home in Bristol, Conn.
A poll recently conducted by NBC and The Wall Street Journal suggests that lawmakers who are pushing tough gun-control initiatives have a more sympathetic audience among American women than men. However, female gun ownership in the United States is on the rise.
It’s 2013, catchphrases are in and memes are all the rage. But there’s a fine line between being politically clever and making statements that will cause potential voters to run from conservatives en masse. Representative Steve Stockman (R-Texas) revealed a slogan for what he said would be on his new campaign bumper sticker via Twitter […]
Thanks, BuzzFeed, this is what we’ve been trying to tell the lefties all along. To answer your question, though: Law-abiding citizens who find themselves staring down the barrel of a thug’s gun in cities like Chicago where liberal politicians have made owning guns for self-defense nearly impossible. Here’s the video: Via Chicago Tribune: Charges have […]
Senator Rand Paul and his Constitutionalist Republican allies vowed a fit of filibusters against any Senate attempts at new gun-control legislation. But another group of Republicans, the usual suspects, has sided with the Democrats, moving Thursday to clip the wings of those wacko birds.
Another shameful liberal attempt to confuse the American public about the right to bear arms.
When the police think that regular citizens — people with whom they must constantly interact in their work — are better off with guns than without them, shouldn’t the people making the laws those cops have to enforce be listening?
The Senate gun-control debate is drawing a distinct line that is separating conservatives who still hold some aspects of the Constitution in respect from those who see it as a nuisance standing in the way of their move toward tyranny and suppression of the people.
Thirteen “conservative” Senate Republicans signed a letter that was delivered a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Fascist-Nev.) expressing their promise to block the Senate from considering gun-control legislation that includes more background checks. Conservatives in name only (CINOs) like the progressive neocon John McCain say they can’t understand why their colleagues wouldn’t want unConstitutional legislation discussed.