Tuesday, April 21, 2009
So How much do you trust the Main Stream Media of which I am sure the Idaho Statesman is in league.
Fears that Obama wants new restrictions spark a run on firearms and ammo in the Valley.
Two months ago, an Illinois Democrat introduced a bill to prohibit gun ownership without a license nationwide. But experts -- and Idaho Congressman Walt Minnick -- say House Resolution 45 (the Blair Holt Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act) is a political statement, not a serious initiative that has any chance of passing.
Minnick, a conservative freshman Democrat, has broken with the Obama administration on budget and stimulus bills in his first two months in Congress. He said Obama will rein in Holder and other Cabinet members who have advocated stricter gun controls and the administration will soon deliver a more consistent message.Full Article HERE
Link to a list of additional articles HERE !!
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Check it out at www.prosecond.org
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Here are two paragraphs from the commentary!
To read the whole article (please do) Click on underlined text.
Liberals tolerate rallies on behalf of cop-killers, but they prohibit law-abiding citizens working at community centers in Binghamton, N.Y., from being armed to defend themselves from disturbed, crack-addicted America-haters like Jiverly Wong.
The demand for more gun control in response to any crime involving a gun is exactly like Obama's response to North Korea's openly belligerent act of launching a long-range missile this week: Obama leapt to action by calling for worldwide nuclear disarmament.
WOOPS I have to include this gem as well.
Fortunately, our sailors didn't wait around for Obama to save them when Somali pirates boarded their ship this week. Stop right now or I'll ask the U.N. to remind the "international community" that "the U.S. is not at war with Somali pirates."
Monday, April 6, 2009
Michael Davis of Hamtramck says police confiscated the 32-year-old man's pillows but returned their cases. He says he was told that he needed a permit. Scott Harris of Ferndale told the News that it's "not illegal to own a pillow."
Does anyone really believe that when the Founding Fathers wrote the Second Amendment, they meant to protect the private ownership of pillows? Unlike guns, pillows are useless for hunting; their only purpose is as an offensive weapon. Oh, or to help get a good night's sleep.
Link to the original article at Yahoo news by clicking in the above paragraphs.
Friday, April 3, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
This Friday the Colorado State Senate may hear House Bill 1180, which is the Brady Bypass bill.
This legislation would allow a concealed handgun permit holder to show an FFL (a gun dealer) -- or private seller at a gun show -- his or her permit and could then SKIP the Brady Registration check (sales through a dealer would still require the BATFE's 4473 form).
Yesterday on KCOL radio, sponsor Senator Greg Brophy (Rep. Steve King is the House sponsor) called this bill a simple "pre-approval" measure to buy a gun.
Though this bill was gutted in the House Judiciary weeks ago, Brophy managed to have the bill reinstated to it's original form, and the bill could pass the State Senate... but only if you act ASAP!
There is one danger: some law enforcement are claiming they need a statewide database of permit holders to administer this and to be able to verify that permits are real (that's ludicrous, since no one can even produce a case of a fake permit in Colorado).
It's vital we keep any amendments off of this bill.
We need a handful of Democrats to support this pro-gun legislation, so they need to hear from you.
Call these Senators and courteously ask them to support this common-sense legislation, House Bill 1180, without amendments:
Senator Morgan Carroll - 303-866-4879
Senator John Morse - 303-866-6364
Senator Chris Romer - 303-866-4852
Senator Gail Schwartz - 303-866-4871
Of course, it's worth your time to call your own State Senator, regardless of party, to urge his/her favorable vote.
You must act as soon as possible, though. Leaving a message with their office is fine, but make that call today!