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 official Biden Administration law enforcement position is that the Hunter Biden gun story is none of our business.
The official Biden DOJ position is this is none of our business.
So a positive GOA ruling would definitely revitalize our efforts.
Multiple reports claim Biden’s handgun was thrown into a supermarket trash receptacle by his widowed sister-in-law and then-lover. That response opens the door to…
Under these circumstances, the request should have been denied categorically without a search due to the substantial privacy interests retained by the subject of Mr. Codrea’s request.
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.
The agency is charged with improperly withholding records it is required by Freedom of Information Act laws to produce regarding its role in the case of a gun belonging to Hunter Biden.
Leave it to arrogant statists on the bench not to recognize the basics of the Constitution they swore an oath to uphold.
Considering the Biden administration is all about “gun control,” the hypocrisy of deliberately violating the law must not be ignored. Nor should any official cover-ups.
By not allowing the truth to be known, and by ensuring that those responsible will not be held accountable, the incentive never to do it again has been reduced.
Anyone who tells you “this is just about a stupid piece of plastic” doesn’t understand the issue.
The issue here is that by purchasing his gun from a dealer, Biden would have had to answer “No” on the ATF Form 4473 question about being an unlawful user of a controlled substance.
That’s because my attorney, Stephen Stamboulieh, filed a Freedom of Information Act request on my behalf asking for documents that could reveal who authorized the determination…
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.
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.
Expecting the nation’s top law enforcement agency to comply with the nation’s laws hardly seems out of line…
So they’ll go after violations for other rights, but where the Second Amendment is concerned, state entities can do as they please without fear of federal checks?
“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…
It is really a simple request and the way they are going about fighting it and ignoring it is simply bizarre.