After two agonizing months, the ex-wife of gun grabbing Democratic Assemblyman Roger Hernández finally received her restraining order against the alleged domestic abuser from Los Angeles County..
The Sheriff said his office has responded to previous domestic-related calls at the couple’s home. No charges are expected against a husband…
A Lexington police spokeswoman said the shooting was an isolated incident that involved domestic violence. The man in the front yard was shot by his former girlfriend in self-defense.
On Monday, April 4, the Assembly Law & Public Safety Committee advanced a pair of anti-gun bills on a 6-3 party line vote.
Please immediately tell committee members to severely punish anyone who commits violent acts against a partner, instead of inventing new ways to harass gun owners, which makes no one safer.
On Monday, March 14, the New Jersey Senate is scheduled to consider S.805. Yesterday, Republican Senators Christopher Bateman and James Holzapfel joined their Democratic colleagues in passing…..
It’s another day, which means anti-gun lawmakers in the Garden State have come up with yet another scheme purporting to do one thing, while doing nothing more than creating another ineffective…..
Basically, Clinton is dictating the terms of surrender to American gun owners and presuming they will just roll over and take it..
The Internet has been buzzing this past week with stories of the Obama Administration’s “Unified Agenda” on gun control.
On Monday, June 1, the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee will hear a number of bills, including Assembly Bill 4218, sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera.
The Senate passed S 3, the “Domestic Violence Reform Act,” yesterday by a unanimous vote and sent it to the House to be considered for concurrence.
Over a year ago James Andrew Smith was charged with attempted murder of the mother of his daughter. He was found not guilty on Tuesday, 13 January, by a jury.
The ladies of Second Amendment Woman’s organization join us for a discussion on rising violence against women…
The Court disagreed and found that as long as the statute required some degree of offensive physical contact for a violation to occur, a conviction under that statute would trigger the federal disability…