Liberty Doll: Defeat HR7115
23 Nov 2018

Liberty Doll: Hr7115 Sucks And Must Be Killed (My title, not hers)

HR 7115 Is A Wolf In Sheep’s Cloth­ing Lib­er­ty Doll from YouTube breaks down the non­sense of HR7115, which is noth­ing more than stick­ing in the back hole while aim­ing for the front hole. This is just the next attempt at a new gun ban, in retard­ed terms. This bill

NYT tries again to piss on your head and report that it's raining.
16 Sep 2016

NYT Pisses On Missouri’s Head & Reports That It’s Raining.

From News­Max — In a scathing edi­to­r­i­al, The New York Times decries a recent vote from Missouri’s Leg­is­la­ture to expand gun rights, call­ing it “an alarm­ing vic­to­ry for the gun lob­by.” Accord­ing to the Times, the law will allow the car­ry­ing of con­cealed weapons in pub­lic with no state gun

Missouri lawmakers are set to expand Gov. Jay Nixon's already historic status as the state's most overridden governor, a record the Democrat earned after years of clashing with a Legislature under virtually unchecked Republican control. JEFF ROBERSON/AP
15 Sep 2016

Missouri lawmakers Loosen Gun Laws, Back Voter Photo ID

Missouri’s Repub­li­can-led Leg­is­la­ture has used its super­ma­jor­i­ty to sig­nif­i­cant­ly loosen the state’s gun laws and poten­tial­ly tight­en its vot­ing require­ments as law­mak­ers over­rode sev­er­al vetoes of Demo­c­ra­t­ic Gov. Jay Nixon. JEFFERON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri’s Repub­­li­­can-led Leg­is­la­ture used its super­ma­jor­i­ty Wednes­day to sig­nif­i­cant­ly loosen the state’s gun laws and

US Gun Laws are Unconstitutional.
12 Sep 2016

US Firearm Permit and Licensing Laws are Facially Unconstitutional

In the case titled Marc Stephens vs Jere­jian, et al, 15–3992, 2:14-cv-06688-WJM-MF, Plain­tiff Marc Stephens is seek­ing to strike down New Jersey’s Firearm law as facial­ly uncon­sti­tu­tion­al and in vio­la­tion of the Sec­ond and Four­teenth Amend­ment of the Unit­ed States Con­sti­tu­tion. The Sec­ond Amend­ment of the Unit­ed States Con­sti­tu­tion reads: “A well-reg­u­lat­ed Mili­tia,

10 Sep 2016

New Court Ruling Casts Doubt on NJ Gun Control Laws

New Jer­sey –  -( A new court rul­ing regard­ing who can and can­not own a firearm may have effects on New Jersey’s gun con­trol scheme. The case came out of the 3rd Cir­cuit Court of Appeals, the same cir­cuit that New Jer­sey is in, which means that this rul­ing is

31 Jul 2016

BILL: Don’t Let Healey Regulate Guns

State House News Ser­vice BOSTON — Attor­ney Gen­er­al Mau­ra Healey would be stripped of her author­i­ty to reg­u­late firearms under a bill filed Fri­day after­noon by the state Sen­ate minor­i­ty leader. Sen. Bruce Tarr, R-Glouces­ter, filed his “act to pro­tect due process and strength­en pub­lic safe­ty” 12 days after Healey

Minnesota Representative Jim Nash
29 Jul 2016

MN Lawmakers Ready to Push for Gun Rights

State Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Jim Nash isn’t shy about his feel­ings on the Sec­ond Amend­ment.  Alpha News caught up with the fresh­man leg­is­la­tor dur­ing a per­mit to car­ry class in Chan­has­sen.  He’s not re-elec­t­ed yet, but that isn’t stop­ping him from look­ing ahead to the 2017 leg­isla­tive ses­sion.  Nash says he will be

29 Jul 2016

ATF Head: Our Job Is Not To Take Away People’s Guns

In his first tele­vi­sion inter­view, Bureau of Alco­hol, Tobac­co, Firearms and Explo­sives (ATF) Deputy Direc­tor, Head Thomas Bran­don tells CBS’ “Sun­day Morn­ing” that the agency’s job is not to take away firearms from peo­ple, but to reg­u­late weapons that can be mis­used. “We’re a small agency with a big job,”