Is there ANY OTHER Constitutional Right where the government charges a fee and imposes a mandated training condition, then demands that citizens exercise it in secret?
Those three Oklahoma home invaders shot by an “Evil Black Rifle” must have been friends with Mary Margaret Oliver’s…right?
Senator Negron, stop giving political cover to RINOs that are too timid to publicly vote on bills that restore our FREEDOM!
Our rights will be honored, or we will do our best to bring embarrassment to the Florida Legislature. This is our BOSTON TEA PARTY!
North Carolina from its beaches to its mountains is a beautiful state. My Georgia Weapons Carry License is valid there, but to many off-limits locations exist for gun owners…
Local governments are forbidden to ban firearms at any place which state law does not ban them.
Some of the comments submitted by readers of the AJC article “Will guns on campus scare away high school students and their parents?” indicate these commenters need a little extra education…..
Shall not be infringed surely means you don’t have to hide your free exercise and expression of a fundamental human right.
Republican Senate Judiciary Chairman Miguel Diaz de la Portilla is a happy guy. He single-handedly, with the approval of Republican Senate President Andy Gardiner, killed SB 300…
If you are considering buying your first pistol or your tenth, you can’t go wrong with a Glock 23 Pistol…
Three FL politicians have a hand in holding up the Open Carry Bill, they are: Governor Rick Scott, Senate President Andy Gardiner, & Senate Judiciary Chairman Miguel Diaz de la Portilla..
Do you know why Florida’s Open Carry (SB 300) and Campus Carry (SB 68) bills have been stalled in the Senate Judiciary Committee since last October?
“I will get rid of gun-free zones on schools, and on military bases” However, there are many other “gun free zones” besides the two mentioned above…
Some of us refuse to trade away our liberty in order to have the “privilege” of being told what we can and can’t own, for “our own good”. We’re not buying what they’re selling.
The problem is that there are four branches of government in Georgia – Executive, Legislative, Judicial, and the Code Revision Commission.
One thing local governments want to control more than anything else, except perhaps tax dollars, is weapons. More accurately, they want to control citizens who carry weapons.
That is according to at least six astute Democrat ladies of the Georgia General Assembly House who seem to have an issue with freedom..