Plenty more examples exist to refute the reassurances that no wider disarmament goals exist.
But don’t look for the Second Amendment to be recognized any time soon by our representatives or the courts as “being necessary to the security of a free State.”
That Gillibrand would try to cover her tracks by downplaying her involvement with “gun rights” to one of “mistakenly” pandering to hunters is not surprising.
Are there safeguards to discourage abuses? What are they? And why aren’t they clearly spelled out to all being tempted?
What don’t they want to share, aside from everything? Scroll through the document and see for yourself how a clear and specific request has been dismissed.
What we should be concerned about is her oath, and repeatedly breaking it is also no “mistake.”
Not that Bonta’s bill has a chance of accomplishing stated goals. Of course it does not, and it goes far beyond just affecting the person who self-reports.
A “compiled for law enforcement purposes” deferment hardly seems necessary or reasonable with the killer dead, and suggests some other motive for not releasing requested documents.
The CRS, essentially a Library of Congress issues “think tank” for federal legislators—does not generally make its reports available to the public, despite our tax dollars funding them.
If you own a gun you owe it to yourself to know what the laws are…
Adults were mandated to be powerless to protect their charges.
At this writing, fewer than 8,000 comments have been submitted and time’s almost up.
No one is talking about the greatest threat to “gun rights” — a “pathway to citizenship” for alien populations that by all objective measures are “anti-gun.”
With civil authority tied up with the most demanding emergencies, there’s not that much to dissuade those who would take from others by force.
Their personal conduct regarding fidelity becomes the business of everyone whose lives Flores’ and Braynon’s penchants for betrayal directly impact.
Has anyone reading this written to those groups or to your representatives about this?
But being an opportunistic Democrat, he knows plenty of politicians manage to get ink in the local papers and face time on local newscasts spouting such nonsense.
The important thing is to do something. Every day.
Republican majorities are in the House and in the Senate, and a Republican president is in the White House. They wouldn’t be there were it not for gun owners. Why are we talking more “gun control”?
Women who can defend themselves are less likely to be raped, and Stallone, like Weinstein, is a Hollywood gun hypocrite.
VCDL is right saying they “never want to hear any gun owner saying their vote doesn’t count.”
That’s not what the “buybacks” are about. They’re about manipulating perception.
Sadly, Bill of Rights Day is also the anniversary of the day Border Patrol agent Brian Terry died, killed by Mexican cartel criminals on U.S. soil.
Were he to resign or worse, be booted, one group that would suffer a big loss is gun owners.
“Under the Radar – Above the Law” promises to bring new “gunwalker” matters to light, including previously unreported information about FBI activities under Mueller’s leadership.