This latest news, brings to light why painting toy guns, is not such a good idea when it comes to safety. Never ones to let common sense get in the way of neutering and attacking guns in our culture. The gun ban elite have already been legislating the color of toy guns.
Read the AP article, of what a criminal did to hide his handgun in plain sight, in order to fool police. He painted his handgun red. This shows us the undeniable fact, that criminals will use these laws to their advantage, when committing their crimes. The reason why children need good rearing and not a nanny state.
This comes on the heals of Ohio lawmakers, attempting to create legislation, modeled on California’s SB 199 authored by anti-gun California Senator Kevin de León. That mandates the color of airguns, and airsoft, to bright colors instead of evil black. So now criminals will gladly paint their guns. In order to gain even the slightest advantage, which can be deadly for police and the public, that may only have a split second to react.
The Senate Democrats are set to nominate an anti-gun political appointee. It’s 36 year old Dr. Vivek Murthy again. More known for being a political advocate, of Obama, than his medical experience. He’s a bad choice because he thinks firearms are a public health issue.
Dr. Vivek Murthy, is founder of Doctors for America, an offshoot of Obama’s Organizing for America. We certainly don’t need more of the same failure as the nation’s Surgeon General. It’s all political all the time for these people, nevermind, what’s in the best interest of the public.
A man who was told that he couldn’t wear his NRA instructor hat, when voting, has filed a civil rights lawsuit. Failure to remove the hat, could actually have resulted in misdemeanor charges, against Douglas County, GA resident Bundy Cobb.
CCRKBA Chairman Alan M. Gottlieb, is challenging the new American State Legislators for Gun Violence Prevention, to come forward with complete transparency. And rightly so. These elected officials are attempting an end run around a constitutional Second Amendment right.
“Private lobbying organizations might expect to have some degree of privacy,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan M. Gottlieb, “but when an organization consists of elected public officials, there must be complete transparency. The public deserves to know who belongs to this organization, and who is providing financial support.”
Check out Cam & Company, talking with Dr. AWR Hawkins, about the fact that Kroger profits where up while under attack from gun prohibitionists. Like Moms Demand and “Everytown.”
Despite many discrepancies, it appears that the Nevada Secretary of State, has allowed a “universal background check” initiative to go forward according to a grassroots Nevada gun group. They’re citing numerous instances where Nevada state petition laws have been violated.
Citing a November 25 letter the group had sent to Miller informing him of the violations, Nevadans for State Gun Rights President Don Turner noted the secretary had not responded, appearing to have ignored the information altogether. Rather than acting on the violations, Deputy Secretary of Elections Scott F. Gilles “declared sufficiency of signatures for the initiative,” Turner wrote.
If you’d like to ensure a pro gun victory in Nevada, in the onslaught of millions of Michael Bloomberg dollars to push “universal background checks,” it would be a good idea to help those in the fight.
Nevadans have started their own group, in response to Michael Bloomberg, and like minded outside interests bent on nullifying the Second Amendment.
We founded Nevadans for State Gun Rights as Nevada gun owners’ voice against former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s gun-control agenda in Nevada. With your help and support, we have changed the conversation. Just look at the Reno Gazette-Journal over the weekend. “Nevada’s background check proposal may give the feeling that at least something is being done, but it is not a good use of time and money if the goal is to decrease gun violence.”
We have worked to challenge Bloomberg’s ballot initiative at every turn, and now we need your help. We want to hand verify every signature that was submitted in our targeted areas so we can petition the courts to have the initiative invalidated. We’ve already discovered that signatures submitted for Storey County were delivered after the deadline.
You can donate to Nevadans for State Gun Rights here.
The Secretary of State for Nevada, certified petitions for an initiative, submitted by the anti-gun group “Nevadans for Background Checks.” Another astroturf Bloomberg appendage. Their “universal background check” initiative, mirrors the one in Washington, that criminalizes private party gun transfers. Now is the time to get the word out.
In an article titled “State lawmakers launch gun control coalition” from Reuters, 200 state lawmakers from different states, have created a “coalition” to “combat gun violence.” Never-mind their constituents.
Some 200 lawmakers from 50 states have joined the alliance, American State Legislators for Gun Violence Prevention, said the group’s founder, Democratic New York State Assembly member Brian Kavanagh.
They’re currently discussing funding. And you shouldn’t be surprised, if Michael Bloomberg gets involved, or is already involved.
What do they want? You guessed it! They want states to pass more anti-gun legislation as well as tighten “background checks.” Shocking, I know.
The coalition claims to be politically diverse but anyone can read between the lines. The political ideology that pushes gun control, have lost big time, in these last midterms. It looks as if these same people are gearing up, to attempt to push more gun control, despite the fact that the American people have rejected it.
John McQuay talks about Remington recalling all Remington 700 rifles. The company is supposedly getting ready to settle a suit from last year.