Progressive infatuation with gun control and population disarmament stems from their foundational premises about the nature of reality.
The first announcement was the unexpected gazetting of Section 14 of the CSFLA, which implemented a 6-month grace period for expired firearms licences.
Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence is demanding the CA legislature pass laws to regulate the sale of any gun part used to build a firearm.
The latest weird failure of fact by proponents of a disarmed public is offset somewhat by a refreshing honesty of stated desire.
People don’t change their minds to your point of view in the middle of an argument. Like coffee, new ideas need time to percolate to be at their maximum effectiveness…
While it’s refreshing to have some honesty from someone who would like to curtail the rights of their fellow citizens, this doesn’t make me more likely to agree to his proposal.
How about a little less pride and cynicism, and a little more faith and prayer as we confront these horrible human and societal evils?
Once again Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is back with a fresh “assault weapons” ban.
If a topic or article can be spun to make the NRA look bad, the Left will do so. If they cannot blame the NRA, they blame DJT.
Firearms Policy Coalition has issued the following statement concerning demands for new gun control following the shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
Prominently displayed are suggested restrictions on gun ownership, gun sales, and some increased record keeping requirements.
A jihadi murderer killed innocent people. Politicians sold us the illusion of safety. The media helped. Both the media and politicians need our attention, and they will do anything to get it.
It is patently wrong for Mayor Rahm Emanuel to use this report in a false narrative to blame the firearms industry for problems they did not create.
Given the total lack of spine shown by many in the GOP do you have any doubt that the bulk of her gun control wishes would have passed?
Public policy can be motivated by our feelings, but it has to be based on facts and good reasoning. Just ask what gun laws could prevent mass shootings?
I used to think that gun control made us safer. Then, I read some of them. Now I see violent crime as another failure of the gun laws we already have.
The gun grabbers desperate attempts to pass any form of gun control after the Las Vegas shooting appear to be crumbling away.
The extreme form of gun control pushed onto the Australian electorate after the Port Arthur massacre in 1996 will not “work” in America.
Not only is Attorney General Becerra’s so-called ‘news release’ inaccurate and misleading,” said FPC President Brandon Combs, “it is almost certainly an illegal underground regulation.”
Senator Chris Murphy is disputing the Washington Post Fact Checker that gave him “three Pinocchio” (this would indicate lying) his misleading statements on numbers of gun crimes.
I posted them on our website, click here for the first email and click here for the second, more detailed update and here for the last action alert.
In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, gun grabbers in Congress and the Minnesota legislature just can’t wait to hop on the gun control bandwagon.
The Trudeau government’s echo chamber on gun control insists disarming civilians will stop violent crime.
At the Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) in Dallas, Texas, I noticed a significant amount of the open carry of sidearms.
All lives count, particularly when it comes to homicides — with or without guns — and the U.S. is nowhere near the top of international homicide rates.