HELENA, Mont. (March 6, 2017) – Montana Gov. Bullock has vetoed a bill that would have authorized a person to carry a handgun on U.S. Postal Service property in the state and set the foundation for the people there to reject an unconstitutional federal gun control measure in practice.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 27, 2017) – A bill introduced in the Tennessee Senate would prohibit state cooperation with enforcement of federal and international gun control, giving effect to legislation signed into law over the last two years. If passed, the law would help end any such gun control within the state in practice and effect.
HELENA, Mont. (Jan. 18, 2017) – A bill introduced in the Montana House would authorize a person to carry a handgun on U.S. Postal Service property in the state and set the foundation to stop this unconstitutional federal firearms regulation in practice.
AUSTIN, Texas (Jan. 12, 2017) – A bill introduced in the Texas Senate would prohibit state cooperation with the enforcement any federal gun control measure that doesn’t exist under state law, setting the foundation to end them in effect within the state. Continue reading Texas Bill Would Set Foundation to End Federal Gun Control in Practice
In an article titled “5 ways the next Congress can protect gun rights,” U.S. Congressman Dave Brat (R-Virginia) outlines steps that federal lawmakers can take to ensure that whoever is elected president cannot violate the right to keep and bear arms. While you have to appreciate his efforts, Americans should not count on Congress to protect their gun rights.
Gun expert John R. Lott has regrettably joined the “If Hillary wins, it’s over” bandwagon when it comes to our right to keep and bear arms. It’s not.
Gun grabbers are often very clever in how they argue about the right to keep and bear arms. However, their rationalizations for gun control policies are often confusing. In reality, they either don’t quite fully realize, or don’t care to admit, the true reason they favor gun control laws regardless of the practical impacts.
Proponents of federal gun control have seized upon the most recent shooting to advance their agenda, predictably trotting out the same worn narratives.
Chief among these we find the argument that the Second Amendment was only intended to protect a “corporate” right of the “people” to keep and bear arms, and that it was meant to apply only to militia service. Continue reading No Federal Power over Guns, Even if the 2nd Amendment Never Existed
I’ve got gun grabbers to the left of me, voyeurs to the right.
Since the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida there has been a lot of discussion about prohibiting people on the federal government’s terrorist watch list or no-fly list from obtaining firearms.
For gun grabbers, it’s a clever way to get both sides of the aisle on the same page. Continue reading “National Security” Is No Excuse to Restrict Our Natural Right to Self Defense