Demings used the threat of legal action to try and silence a critic who called her job performance as he saw it.
Backstabbing moderates in the Republican conference like Marco Rubio, Mitt Romney, and Lindsay Graham do their best to convince the Republicans to ‘offer up a common-sense compromise,,,,
I’m no surveillance pro, but isn’t it a cardinal rule not to let your subject know he’s being watched?
Do you agree that politicians should be held accountable in their NRA grades for immigration actions that undermine the Second Amendment?
It’s not like any burden of proof is on them. “Due process later,” remember?
So Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham are going to put limitations on how the states can administer federally-funded “red flag” programs? See how long that lasts if the Democrats take it all in 2020…
My recent trip to the D.C. Swamp turned out some opportunities to fight for gun owners. Among those opportunities was a chance I had to confront U.S. Senator Marco Rubio for his support of Red Flag…
So it’s hardly a surprise that the bill itself, starting with its purpose, is a lie…
An organized effort to bully legislators into passing legislation to hijack your Second Amendment rights is underway in Florida and you need to step up & fight back.
Throwing a scrap of meat to a pack of circling jackals and expecting them to then leave you alone is hardly “commonsense” …
Rubio has opposed Obama’s anti-gun Supreme Court nominees; voted against Feinstein’s semi-automatic ban; he has earned the support of gun owners in November.
On behalf of our five million members across the country, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund endorsed Marco Rubio for the office of U.S. Senate in the Florida Republican primary.
GOA admits “pathway to citizenship” amnesty will be “the ball game” for the 2nd Amendment and pledged to factor candidate positions in its scores. That hasn’t happened.
When Sen. Marco Rubio was a local commissioner in Florida in 1999, he voted to ban guns from local parks. Ten called Cruz a liar when he brought it up….
When Marco Rubio was a local commissioner in Florida in 1999, he voted to ban guns from local parks.
It should be noted that this is not the first time Rubio has been called out publicly for taking a less-than-pro-gun position.
The 2016 presidential campaign is now officially underway, with the completion of the Iowa caucuses last Monday evening.
What the Republican candidates have publicly stated bears examination by politically-engaged gun owners looking to the GOP for a leader who will defend and advance RKBA.
Just as the New York Times is doing its best to shrug off whatever remaining journalistic integrity the paper might have had, the country’s other major establishment newspaper, the Washington…..
Make no mistake about it: The Washington anti-gun establishment is going stark-raving-nuts over the Rubio/Jordan end run on their gun ban…