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Missouri Law Enforcement Shared Gun Owners’ Private Information With Feds

The NRA has long held the belief that universal background checks and the retaining of even more information could lead to a national registry of gun owners. Now, the Missouri Highway Patrol may have proven the firearm advocacy group’s fears to be well-founded. On Thursday, the Missouri State Highway Patrol admitted that it has provided… Read More »

Congress back in session with focus on immigration and guns

Today Congress returns for a 10-week long session that may determine whether President Obama has a positive legacy for his two terms in office. Congress is likely to focus on gun control and immigration reform – the two most-visible issues to voters. New gun law is currently focused on the criminal background check system. Democrats… Read More »

HiViz Shooting Systems Leaving CO Following AntiGun Laws

First it was Magpul, now it’s HiViz announcing plans to leave the state of Colorado following new anti-gun legislation: HiViz Shooting Systems Announces Relocation Plans PRESS RELEASE: April 1, 2013, Fort Collins, CO—HiViz Shooting Systems (a division of North Pass Ltd.), announces plans to relocate operations out of the state of Colorado due to recent… Read More »

Are Gun Rights Safe from a dead Assault Weapons Ban in U.S. Senate

 Round one of the gun control battle on Capitol Hill has been seemingly won by default by the protectors and supporters of the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment. This win for gun rights advocates became obvious to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) this week. He ordered Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) to pull the so-called assault… Read More »

Was Former Astronaut Mark Kelly’s AR-15-style Buy A Cheap Trick

Legitimate gun owners and supporters of the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment have good reason to be outraged by Mark Kelly’s publicity trick to further gun control efforts in America. According to published Fox News reports, the former astronaut and husband of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, a shooting victim 2 years ago in Tucson, Arizona purchased an… Read More »

Hypocrisy, Thy Name Is Obama

William Shakespeare wrote “Frailty, thy name is woman,” in his play “Hamlet.” With apologies to Shakespeare, I took liberties with his famous line when titling this article. But I just could not resist, given Dear Leader Barack Hussein Obama’s latest action. It seems that yesterday (March 1, 2013), Obama pardoned seventeen people for “minor” offenses.… Read More »

MN Gun Control

After days of hearings in Minnesota House committee meetings, the state senate is now hearing testimony on more gun control legislation for the second day at the Capitol in St. Paul. The Senate Judiciary Committee is taking input this week from experts and the public regarding proposed gun control legislation in Minnesota. Hundreds of protestors… Read More »

Are Background Checks Unconstitutional?

One of the central tenants of “Gun Control” is the background check. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence says that, “… 92% of Americans and 74% of NRA members support background checks.” They, of course, offer no source for these percentages. They also say, “‘Universal background checks’ on all gun sales would have a… Read More »

Shoot Children and You’re the Devil, Shoot Cops and You’re Heralded as the Second Coming

    If you murder children with guns, the world will regard you as a monster; if you shoot cops you will become a cult hero to the Left. When 20 year-old psycho Adam Lanza went on a gun-killing spree, murdering 20 children and seven adults, he became the most hated man in America and… Read More »

DOJ Memo: Obama Wants Mandatory Gun BuyBacks

He won’t be happy until he completely un-arms the American citizens. YouTube Description: Even Obama’s experts say his gun control policies won’t work. According to an internal Department of Justice memorandum, a gun ban, like the one being debated right now in Congress, will not work without a mandatory gun buyback, and “universal” background checks… Read More »