The National Shooting Sports Foundation is challenging the far overreaching Connecticut state gun laws. Arguing that the process to pass anti-gun legislation was done in an abusive manner that circumvents the law. In addition to Governor Malloy, the suit names speaker of the house J. Brendan Sharkey, and Donald Williams, the president pro tem of the Senate, as well as state Attorney General George Jepsen.
Ammoland is reporting that a lawsuit against lead ammunition, filed by the Center for Biological Diversity in an Arizona federal court, has been dismissed. These people are getting used to being rejected in court. Their phony science and all.
Here’s something that needs to be read and that goes especially for those who continually attack our Second Amendment. The story of “Jews Without a Gun” by Robert J. Avrech. Elitists that want to centralize all facets of power set people up to be victimized. Unfortunately, even if they’re aware of such happenings, they’re not likely to change anytime soon. We have to defeat them if we wish to retain our rights.
An excerpt on being unarmed during the Los Angeles riots:
“Let’s get out of here,” Karen says.
Who am I to disagree with the love of my life?
I shift into reverse. Back up a few feet, shift into drive, angling for a sharp U turn, but the thugs are coming up awfully fast in my rear-view mirror.
I’m pretty sure one of the locals is toting a Tec 9. Or maybe it’s just a chunk of lumber.
Here we are again, not so far away from important 2014 elections, and we have another fraudulent pro gun group for the people. Because apparently, the “NRA represents the firearms industry,” and there’s not a lot of “input from members …” the phonies say. Despite the fact that the NRA holds elections and its funding comes directly from its members. Never mind the NRA’s legitimacy, the boon to the Second Amendment, gun ownership, and the shooting sports, either. These preposterous claims are what give the gun ban proponents away.
But wait, there’s more! Over at PA Gun Blog, Bitter has information about this group, the “American Rifle & Pistol Association.” Who’s behind it and what are their intentions you ask? As you may have guessed already, the chairman of the group supports anti-gun Bloomberg, as well as the elimination of lawful concealed carry among other things.
Over at TTAG, Robert Farago has some more info, on the “False Flag Operation” of an American Rifle & Pistol Association. That “hopes to attract gun owners across the political spectrum …” by outright deceiving them.
In light of recent revelations that Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns, is being hosted on New York City servers, the Second Amendment Foundation is going to work. SAF has filed a freedom of information law request.
“It was bad enough to learn via CBS News that the MAIG website was being hosted on a city-owned server, and administered by city employees,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb, “but it also appears that a special counselor in the mayor’s office was sent to lobby in Nevada on behalf of MAIG’s gun control agenda.”
Just days away from Colorado’s anti-gun magazine restrictions, Magpul decides to give away 1,500 30 round magazines. As a sort of last protest. Hopefully with a shift in the political landscape that is coming because of Democrat overreach things can be set right.
The astroturf anti-gun group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, has continually been mired in controversy because of its past convicted mayor members, who seem to love gun control. Today we have MAIG sponsored events where the supposed grass roots gun grabbers are practically no shows. They’re outnumbered by upstanding pro-gun citizens every time. Proving once again that such effort is inspired from the top down by elitists such as Michael Bloomberg. Lately, it seems the group can’t help but show itself, for the extremist organization that it is. From an Illinois mayor who’s calling it quits because of the anti-gun stance, to MAIG reading off the name of a murdering Boston terrorist, as a “gun crime” victim.