Cole arrived to school Monday morning and reached behind the seat of his truck to get his book bag. He suddenly realized he'd accidentally left his shotgun in his vehicle after bring out fishing and shooting over the weekend and that it needed to be returned home immediately.
Afraid of getting in trouble for skipping class, Cole locked his truck, walked to the front office and called his mother to come and retrieve it, as he couldn't leave school; he would miss class.Read more »
Most people that carry guns like this are good, honest people, but occasionally, you get that radical person out there that we also must deal with that thinks you’re infringing on their Second Amendment rights. So that can cause some tension between law enforcement and the people who actually wear these things.Read more »
As part of the nationwide series of rallies standing up for gun rights the liberty minded people of Montgomery County, PA came together. I had the honor of addressing them. In this speech I bring up the fact that in February of 2010 students in Venezuela marched unarmed and were violently repressed. Also brought up was the gun buyback in Bensalem, PA. The talk finished with the main point that we can't submit to the government when it comes to money confiscation (taxes) and then think we have a leg to stand on when they want to confiscate our guns.Read more »
"We conclude that the carrying of concealed firearms is not protected by the Second Amendment . . ." Justice Carlos Lucero wrote on behalf of a three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Lucero cited case law dating to the 1800s that put restrictions on walking around in public with a gun.Read more »
A ban on high capacity magazines, arbitrarily defined as being capable of holding more than 15 rounds, was passed by the Colorado legislature today on a voice vote. House Bill 13-1224 was sponsored by Rhonda Fields (D-Aurora) whose description of her reasons for introducing the Bill made it clear that it is an emotional response to a tragic event. But leveraging the basic rights of peaceful Coloradans as her therapy.Read more »
Charlottesville police say the man who showed up at a Kroger grocery store with a loaded gun wanted to make a point. On Sunday, an unidentified 22-year-old man carried a loaded AR-15 into the Kroger store on Emmet Street and Hydraulic Road, sparking not only a scare for customers and employees but also a 2nd Amendment debate.Read more »
The following video from many years ago titled "A Daughter's Regret" shows the testimony of Suzanna Gratia Hupp whose parents were killed when a madman opened fire in a Texas cafeteria. It is a powerful reminder of how essential it is to protect the Second Amendment, not for duck hunting, as she points out, but to protect our loved ones from maniacs ... and a government that would put us in such a vulnerable position.Read more »
NY Gun Registration Spawns Massive Civil Disobedience
Threats of imprisonment and confiscation fail to intimidate, says Alex Newman.
Today, we live in a world of the progressives’ creation, somewhere halfway between socialism and liberty. It is a volatile mixture. It is a world increasingly ruled by force; force wielded by a powerfully armed government. Whether it is the force of the income tax, the force of compulsory education, the force of regulation, or the force of law enforcement the effects are clear to all willing to see: a society becoming sicker and more aggressive.Read more »
NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly lies about past NY gun confiscation on national radio
geraldo show. Insinuated that Larry Pratt is a liar.
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