The underlying goal of the New York Safe Act of 2013 is to strip Americans of their God-given right to keep and bear arms, even though the Constitution is clear about this.
In our Nation, unlike any other nation, it is the American citizenry itself in whom ultimate power and authority resides, guaranteed by private guns.
Cuomo & Swalwell remain unperturbed at the outlandishness of their remarks and of their gun-grab policy goals. They continue to castigate, taunt, and deride gun owners mercilessly—people like you.
Will the Second Amendment teeter and, ultimately, fall? Andrew Cuomo, Eric Swalwell, and Collectivists like them, would be ecstatic if that occurred and are doing everything in their power to see…
Our founding fathers understood that Government exists to serve the American citizen. The American citizen does not exist to serve Government.
Never in the history of this Nation have we, Americans, seen such blatant, such willful, such outrageous and confounding assaults on the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution as we…
The New York Safe Act has nothing to do with promoting and enhancing safety. And the Reproductive Health Act has nothing to do with promoting health. It is a Death Act, not a Life and Health Act.
The Collectivists’ vision: a meticulously crafted and implemented, presumptively and pretentiously presented, pompously ordained, perfect well-ordered society that the few “Elite Elect” choose.
True happiness can be achieved only if the individual remains “individual” true to him or herself. Happiness is not something that the Government is capable of bestowing.
Let us be clear. Democratic Party candidates entering the race for U.S. President espouse a political, economic, social, financial, and legal system grounded on the precepts of Collectivism, not Indiv
Governor Cuomo hasn’t changed, mellowing with time, and age, becoming more compassionate, more reasonable. He’s gotten worse–much worse.
Much to the consternation of anti-gun proponents, main stream media and Democrat politicians the U.S. Supreme Court will soon hear a Second Amendment case.
It should not come as a surprise to Americans that the Democratic Party’s national leadership plans to ban semiautomatic firearms referred to by the negative expression, “assault weapons.”
The new ATF Rule makes clear that the public must become aware of the intricacies of Governmental action lest the American people lose their sacred fundamental rights and liberties.
Apart from Trump’s rash, incorrigible action, what, if anything, has Congress done to curb possession of “bump stocks devices?”
Bump stocks are not machine guns; nor are they accessories for machine guns; and saying they are machine guns, as the ATF categorically and brazenly does say, doesn’t make them so.
If the Courts do not strike down Trump’s action, we will continue to see the inexorable whittling away of the right of the people to keep and bear arms, leading inevitably to the demise of civilian ow
When Trump called for a ban on “Bump Stocks,” he ignored his pledge to support the Second Amendment; capitulating completely to the antigun crowd.
Donald Trump May Act Rashly on Some Matters and Avoid Repercussions; Not So, When He Blatantly Attacks the Second Amendment.
The Senate has had over one year to act on this, and to date, seen nothing. If we are going to strengthen the Second Amendment, it must be done now, and quickly.
National concealed handgun carry reciprocity would at least serve as a significantly pro-Second Amendment federal law to counter the plethora of State and Federal laws that aren’t.
The fight is not over. Right-To-Carry nationwide is still possible. Please do your part, write your Federal Senators. Tell them to help make National Concealed Handgun Carry Reciprocity the Law.
This is our last real shot at the passage of significant pro-second amendment legislation. Let Senator Mitch McConnell know you want the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 bill passed.
The causes for political upheaval in Germany and Russia in the early twentieth century were clear but the causes for political upheaval in the United States, in the early twenty-first century, are not
The reason for violent upheaval in American society, today, unlike in Germany and Russia is demonstrably different today and it is notably peculiar.