The siege began on many of us when the clock started ticking on the “Trumpstock ban.”
Did the “bump stock” ban memo go out as reported and who signed off on the rule? Acting AG Whitaker? And what happens to rules he signs if the Democrat lawsuit disqualifies him as ineligible?
The liberal municipal governments and states should not be receiving taxpayer funds while violating the constitutional rights of those taxpayers, said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb.
These are non-negotiable terms of surrender, dictated by a “pro-gun” president, a “pro-gun” attorney general, and enabled by our “gun rights leaders.”
Current possessors of bump-stock-type devices would be required to surrender, destroy, or otherwise render the devices permanently inoperable.
ATF recently published Ruling 2017-1 Revoking Certain Guidance Documents. The documents are part of the Session’s rescission of 25 guidance documents.
We expect such overblown, gun-grab agenda-advancing hysteria from USA Today.
“Tell the FBI that the public wants the Hillary Clinton records released.”
Anyone who can’t be trusted with a gun can’t be trusted without a custodian…
…there should be no room in the DOJ for legal meatheads that spout self-serving crap about “weapons of war”…
Attorney General Jeff Sessions to personally review the case of two Kansas citizens who were convicted last year of violating the National Firearms Act.
Jeff Sessions’ strong record and his stated intentions are a breath of fresh air in a country where law abiding citizens have been criminalized for far too long.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination to be the next attorney general of the United States will be voted on this evening by the full Senate.
Stunned by the defeat of Hillary Clinton, the Far Left is now flailing away to create a new benchmark low for Donald Trump’s Cabinet appointments….
Sessions vowed to the Senate committee that scapegoating the firearms industry and lawful gun owners for the use of guns in crimes committed by individuals would come to an end.
His A+ rating from the NRA validates Jeff Sessions’ strongly pro-gun record as an elected official.