The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action, and the California Rifle and Pistol Association, are supporting a lawsuit against the state of California for its “assault weapon” ban. If this challenge eventually fails at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, it’s good to know there’s a replacement for Justice Scalia, on the Supreme Court.
The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) today announced it is supporting, along with the California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA), an important Second Amendment lawsuit challenging California’s newly expanded Assault Weapons Control Act (AWCA).
Here’s a good explanation of the National Firearms Act and its flaws. The prohibition era regulation sought to curb possession of NFA firearms through a scheme of taxation. Likely because NFA regulation advocates, new that outright banishment of firearms they didn’t approve of, would not hold up to legal scrutiny. Where the 1934 $200 NFA tax is the equivalent to $3,582.19 in 2016.
A hate tip to Bill Wiese of the Calguns Foundation for this article in Harvard Journal:
The legislative history of the NFA shows that the purpose of
the statute was to stem Prohibition‐era violence…
We see how well gun control works out for controlling violence. Today in gun control California, violent crime is on the rise and not because of inanimate firearms, but because of the poor policies put in place by leftists who abhor the exercise of the Second Amendment by citizens.
Here we have what looks like the best case scenario. Judge Neil Gorsuch has been confirmed to sit on the Supreme Court of the United States. Despite all of the complaints, keep in mind that he was confirmed to sit on the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in 2006, with no Democrat opposition. He is just about the most qualified man for the job, so the talk is all smoke and mirror political posturing, to stick it to gun owning freedom loving Americans. He is known for adhering to the Constitution which is a good thing for our Second Amendment.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has denied an en banc request, to rehear Silvester V. Harris, where said court rejected a previous decision that basically exempted many citizens from the 10 day waiting period when buying a firearm. They have no problem accepting a Second Amendment restriction for citizens, that already legally own firearms, which does not make sense. It seems that the court does not care about hearing cases en banc, unless the case is going to further agendas, that are in tune with the leftist ideology.
California Senator Anthony Portantino’s SB 497, the bill that would limit citizens to one long gun per month, was pulled from the Public Safety Committee hearing yesterday. Good news but keep in mind that it could come back at any time. Please keep the pressure on.
Earlier today, a man that was likely “inspired by international terrorism,” murdered a London police officer and three other people. How do you think it feels being in a nation, that disallows self defense with firearms, when terrorists looking to create maximum death and destruction are at large? You can bet that’s how many people feel in London right about now. The situation for citizens in England, and especially London, will not be changing for the foreseeable future. Because this is what happens, when a cradle-to-grave nanny state government, that imports Islamic jihadists, is in charge.
Realize that attacks like this, is the very reason why the Trump administration has been attempting to enact a temporary travel ban, that the leftist political machine in the U.S. is doing everything in their power to foil.
The day that Californians have been waiting for. Alan Gura, attorney for the Calguns Foundation, argues in the Ninth Circuit against California’s “not unsafe” handgun roster. A scheme in which the anti-gun leftist controlled state is trying to ban guns under the guise of “safety.” The case is Pena v. DOJ Bureau of Firearms Acting Chief Martha Supernor.
In a really good move that couldn’t come soon enough, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke did away with, former President Obama’s lead ammunition and fishing tackle ban in national wildlife refuges. Yes, elections have good consequences.
Issued by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on January 19, 2017, Director’s Order No. 219 bans the use of lead ammunition and fishing tackle on lands, waters, and facilities managed by the Service. Today’s action demonstrates Secretary Zinke’s commitment to protecting our country’s treasured outdoor legacy.
A California judge, has decided that the state of California has gone too far, with its law prohibiting the posting of private information of public figures. This was in response to the state’s action following a post by the therealwritewinger blog, of the names and addresses of California legislators readily available on the internet. In protest to gun rights infringing legislation passed by said legislators.