Saturday, May 18th, 11 am to 2 pm, Rally for our Rights is hosting a TAKE BACK THE SECOND rally at the Colorado State Capitol.
“Instead of demonizing these groups, imagine if the mainstream media were willing to be more factual and nuanced in their reporting.”—Frank Miniter
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission unanimously denied a petition to ban all bobcat hunting and trapping.
Colorado is now the fifteenth state to sign a red flag bill into law. Colorado’s Democratic Governor, Jared Polis, signed HB 1177, the state’s red flag bill, into law. The legislation will take effect
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is signaling a warning about an organized ballot initiative effort just underway in Colorado seeking to forcibly introduce gray wolves into the state.
This extreme “red flag” bill is sponsored by Majority Leader Alec Garnett would authorize the seizure of firearms from individuals without due process.
Gun rights advocates across Colorado are extremely disappointed in the hyper-partisan passage of HB19-1177 by a single vote. This bill was opposed by every Republican in the legislature.
With opposition from over 40 county sheriffs, dozens of city police chiefs, and the Denver and Aurora Police Unions, this bill still passed.
Almost anyone can request an ERPO without even showing their face or providing their address. The definition of “family or household member” is so broad it includes ex-lovers…
She also knows HB19-1177 “Red Flag” Emergency Risk Protection Orders ERPO is DANGEROUS POLICY for her gun-owning constituents. She should do the right thing and vote NO!
It’s a battle that’s playing out across the nation: states that are pushing gun control legislation directly against the will of the citizens are witnessing entire counties push back en masse.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife is warning locals to be aware of a large population of mountain lions in the area. “This is a troubling situation and we are very concerned for the safety and welfare of…
Last legislative session a Red Flag bill died in committee, but we knew it would be back. And it is. This time is worse than before and it should have every gun owner or gun rights supporter worried.
The bill clarifies that the department of public safety is prohibited from sharing confidential information relating to the medical marijuana registry with law enforcement for the purpose of conductin
Saturday, January 19th, 10am, is the nationwide WomXn’s March. Well, gun rights ARE women’s rights – and we’re going to join the Denver march
Also listen to Rally for our Rights founder, Lesley Hollywood, join Dana Loesch on her NRA-TV show with an update about Boulder’s Colorado’s gun ban.
Working with some local organizers in the area, we’re excited to bring you: Rally for our Rights – Colorado Springs: A demonstration in support of the right to keep and bear arms.
On Rampart Range Road in El Paso County, Colorado, a carjacking attempt was reported to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. The event escalated into a crime spree with numerous gunshots fired.
With over 4 Million acres of roadless terrain and nearly endless opportunities to hike, climb, camp, fish, mountain bike, paddle, hunt and wildlife watch in Colorado it can be challenging to decide.
The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action recently announced support for a lawsuit challenging Boulder’s ban on commonly owned firearms & so-called “high capacity” mags.
Anyone, even someone you don’t know and who lacks the slightest credentials to make judgments about your, nor anyone’s, mental health, can arbitrarily decide that you are “about to snap!”
It is good to get these laws off the books because it just confuses honest folks who may not know that the laws are no longer enforceable.
When an armed suspect has a firearm and is capable of firing back, they are a deadly threat. That usually makes the use of deadly force justified.
Thanks to a conservation-minded landowner and a key state funding program, RMEF joined CPW to permanently protect 2,677 acres of vital elk habitat.
Recently two concerned Coloradans documented violations by off-road vehicle users that helped law enforcement officers uphold laws.