Lance Choda, a Hawaii man denied a permit to acquire a firearm and ordered to dispose of any firearms he already owned, has won his case…
Did you lose your temper and swear at the object of your anger? Congratulations. The State of Hawaii would order you to surrender your guns.
Two Second Amendment-related actions filed Monday seeking to protect rights in Hawaii are being deliberately delayed. ‘justice too long delayed is justice denied”.
The United States District Court for the District of Hawaii granted found two provisions of Hawaii gun registration law were in violation of the Second Amendment.
The Roberts court has disappointed in the past. Questions about the Chief Justice have eroded confidence in the courts being a venue where recourse for gun owners is possible.
Leave it to arrogant statists on the bench not to recognize the basics of the Constitution they swore an oath to uphold.
Teter v. Connors, in the District Court of Hawai’i, sets a dangerous precedents in which the Second Amendment is rendered toothless.
That means Mr. Nickel’s right to apply for and purchase a firearm is now recognized and the state and county/city may no longer refuse him.
“American Samoan noncitizen U.S. Nationals, such as Plaintiff, are part of the ‘people,’” the memorandum reminds the court.
After being put on hold pending action on an unrelated case by the Supreme Court, the case of Young v. Hawaii is once more moving forward.
This legislation would mandate that an ammunition buyer proves to an ammunition seller that they own a registered firearm in the caliber they are seeking to purchase each and every time they buy ammo.
On July 9th, Governor David Ige signed the final remaining anti-gun bill awaiting his consideration, Senate Bill 600.
“Because of inaction, this Court has allowed the lower courts all the latitude they need to render the Second Amendment a paper tiger,” the brief charges…
…not one single firearms owner has been entered into the service. However…the state has been requiring firearm owners to sign a waiver (of their constitutional rights) and collecting the fees…
“Knives and butterfly knives as a form of knife are bearable arms… Butterfly knives as a form of knife are arms protected by the Second Amendment.”
Last week, the Hawaii state Senate Committee on Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs passed three anti-gun bills out of committee that could come up for a vote on the Senate floor.
“Mr. Young has now been in the appeals process for approximately six years, two months and nine days.”
With this sort of legislation, Hawaiians could be saying aloha to tax dollars as well as what’s left of their firearms freedoms.
To ensure that applicants for a license to openly carry a handgun are so ‘engaged,’ HPD requires each applicant to submit a notarized affidavit from the applicant’s employer.
We enjoy many varied and yet similar Friends dinners in cities across the United States. These are evenings of raffles, giveaways, meeting Second Amendment supporters but Hawaii is different…