Is there ANY OTHER Constitutional Right where the government charges a fee and imposes a mandated training condition, then demands that citizens exercise it in secret?
SB-646 by Sen. Greg Steube was scheduled to be heard by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, between 3:00-5:00pm. But it wasn’t.
The argument is whether or not the mere carrying of a firearm either provides that suspicion or overrides the requirement for reasonable articulable suspicion.
You are holding our rights to defend ourselves from the very mentally unstable you want to treat. And you’re doing this by withholding votes for more tax dollars.
It’s only a matter of life and death for the citizens of Florida to be able to defend themselves from criminals, crazies, and terrorists, so no big deal, right?
Our rights will be honored, or we will do our best to bring embarrassment to the Florida Legislature. This is our BOSTON TEA PARTY!
The Florida Supreme Court has interpreted the Second Amendment to mean that the open carry of firearms may be banned by state law.
Taken to its logical extreme, the opinion declares open season on law-abiding Americans who choose to carry firearms for self-defense.
Florida is home to more licensed concealed carriers than any other state. Yet it remains one of the handful of states that don’t allow some form of open carry…
The first, and arguably the most important pro-Second Amendment rights bill of the 2017 legislative session is about to be heard.
Although the legislative session for 2017 doesn’t start until March, important self-defense bills have already been filed and are receiving committee assignments.
Make no mistake, the scope of Michigan’s firearm preemption hangs in the balance.
The New York Times confirms its anti- Second Amendment bias and agenda. No one is surprised.
The most common reason that people stop carrying open or concealed is comfort. Get a good belt. Be comfortable. Be safe.
During the Charlotte, riots/protests, a man in a vehicle is blocked by people in the street. He briefly displays a pistol, then drives through unmolested.
The gun owner’s age old question, what is better Concealed Carry or Open Carry? Officer Jim Pope makes his case on why concealed weapons are better.
The Sea Bears in Utah gained national prominence by celebrating the open carry of guns. Their new landlords attempted ban open carry, and lost.
Sea Bears, an open carry restaurant in Ogden, Utah, has run into a snag with its new landlords at Union Station.
I do so enjoy watching Progressives consume themselves. Somebody pass the popcorn.
The hype about open carry at the RNC in Cleveland turned out to be exactly that. No arrests, no problems; nothing except exercising Constitutional rights.
No sane person would have thought to call for “truck control” after last week’s terror attack. But how different the situation is when the weapon of choice is a firearm.
Governor Kasch says no to an unconstitutional ban on open carry in Cuyahoga County for the Republican convention in Cleveland.
“I don’t care if it’s constitutional or not at this point,” Cleveland Police Union president Stephen Loomis told CNN.
Hundreds of Second Amendment supporters march in support of open carry in Florida on the Fourth of July. Florida is one of 5 states that deny open carry.
Two armed WalMart shoppers in Maine stop a shootout between New York residents, involving a suspect drug deal.