Natural human sympathy evoked by tragedies is not a pass for allowing grieving survivors to restrict the rights of others.
The real objection is to any American having rights forcibly stripped without full due process.
If the provocative words attributed to Barbeau were actionable, we’d have seen criminal charges. They are irrelevant to the core issue.
Expect this latest Intolerable Act to soon be a done deal.
In response to President Donald J. Trump’s approval of House Joint Resolution 40, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) Legislative Advocate and Spokesperson Craig DeLuz has issued the following statement.
The worst part of this bill is that it removes a fundamental right of every United States citizen – due process.
A “discharge resolution” has been filed in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives by Representative Steve Santarsiero on legislation that would prohibit firearm possession for anyone who is…..
On Thursday, Manchin took to MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to talk about ongoing efforts to restrict the Second Amendment rights of Americans.
Law enforcement officers seize privately-owned firearms in a variety of situations.
One or both of the anti-gun bills, House Bill 5054 and House Bill 5623, may be called as early as tomorrow to go to the House floor for consideration by the full House of Representatives.
On Wednesday, March 9, three anti-gun bills passed their floor votes in the Hawaii House of Representatives.
On Wednesday, March 16, the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee is scheduled to hear Senate Bill 1040, the “Terrorist Watchlist” bill.
On Monday, March 14, House Bill 5054 is scheduled for a public hearing in the Joint Committee on Judiciary.
Governor Dannel Malloy has once again announced that, through his emotional puppet Lt. Gov. Wyman, he will pursue legislation that would erode the right to due process in Connecticut, as well…..
On Friday, January 15, the Oregon Senate Judiciary Committee met during legislative days and introduced committee bills for the upcoming short session to convene on February 1st.
Again, “due process” is in our Constitution for good reason! Be always suspicions of motives of smooth-talking (even weeping) politicians…
The very idea that CT Governor Malloy seeks to remove constitutional rights without due process using these secret ‘watch lists’ is despicable & unconstitutional…
This bill ignored legitimate due process concerns and would do nothing to ensure a critical rights restoration process…
Bloomberg’s anti-gun machine has set its sights on the Michigan Legislature, once again.
Last week, a federal court ruled that the Nassau County Sheriff’s Department could not rely on its “retention policy” to keep guns seized from a woman without providing her with a due process hearing.
Early this morning, the Delaware General Assembly adjourned from their legislative Session.
On Thursday, June 26, the Rhode Island General Assembly adjourned from their 2015 Legislative Session.
This bill is unnecessary, lacks adequate due process and is laced with pitfalls for law-abiding citizens…
Tomorrow, June 24, the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on a pair of anti-gun bills. Senate Bill 503 and Senate Bill 520 are gun bans disguised as domestic violence prevention bills.
On Thursday, June 25, the New Jersey Senate and Assembly are both expected to take floor votes on a pair of anti-gun bills that would violate due process in New Jersey.