Tyrant Kevin S. Parker Targets NY Gun Owners With Fire Arm Insurance Worth A Million Dollars

New York Democrat is working to reduce the number of Americans legally owning firearms by mandating they obtain expensive liability insurance in an amount not less than one million dollars. SB S7065:Tyrant Kevin S. Parker (D, WF) of the 21st … Continue reading Tyrant Kevin S. Parker Targets NY Gun Owners With Fire Arm Insurance Worth A Million Dollars

West Virginia Resolution Invites Gun-Persecuted Virginia Counties to Join the Mountaineer State

In the months before the first shots were fired in the American Civil War, states seceded from the Union in order to form the slave-owning Confederacy. One of the 11 states that formed the wartime South was Virginia, and in … Continue reading West Virginia Resolution Invites Gun-Persecuted Virginia Counties to Join the Mountaineer State

NRA: Virginia Governor Preparing for Mass Incarcerations of Gun Owners With Increase in “Corrections Budget”

As independent media have been reporting now for more than a month, a showdown is nearing in the state of Virginia between patriots who are set to oppose a raft of new gun control laws that may include confiscations and … Continue reading NRA: Virginia Governor Preparing for Mass Incarcerations of Gun Owners With Increase in “Corrections Budget”

If ‘Gun-Free Zone’ signs worked, schools displaying them would have zero shootings

(NaturalNews) In recent days, a top California elected official doubled down on failed gun control policies in proposing an amendment that would do nothing to inhibit criminal behavior. However, as usual, it would put law-abiding residents and tourists at greater danger. Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, a regular in California politics like fellow Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown, is putting a proposition to voters in November that would impose five major new gun control restrictions on the public, even as he, Brown, and the rest of California’s elected officials remain well-protected by police and security forces who have guns. Among the new proposals … Continue reading If ‘Gun-Free Zone’ signs worked, schools displaying them would have zero shootings

SCOTUS same-sex marriage decision may have just legalized the concealed carry of loaded firearms across all 50 states, nullifying gun laws everywhere

(NaturalNews) The legal argument of gay marriage proponents is that because gay marriage is legal in a majority of states, that “right” cannot be infringed by the remaining states which opposed gay marriage. The U.S. Supreme Court, in granting this … Continue reading SCOTUS same-sex marriage decision may have just legalized the concealed carry of loaded firearms across all 50 states, nullifying gun laws everywhere

Capitol Hill gun control stalwarts want to disarm those on watch lists

California Sen. Dianne Feinstein along with a virtual “who’s who” of anti-gun lawmakers are proposing to give the DOJ increased powers to deny gun transfers based on classified terror watch lists. (Photo: AP) A number of lawmakers known for anti-gun … Continue reading Capitol Hill gun control stalwarts want to disarm those on watch lists

Home gun range in Florida draws outrage from neighbors (VIDEO)

Joey Carannante’s homemade range, consisting of pallets and sand, is drawing complaints from his neighbors who are petitioning to have it removed. (Photo: Bay News 9) Neighbors and local lawmakers in St. Petersburg are getting in line to protest a … Continue reading Home gun range in Florida draws outrage from neighbors (VIDEO)

Constitutional carry proposed in Indiana (VIDEO)

Indiana Rep. Jim Lucas (R) would like to scrap the state’s current concealed carry permit in favor of constitutional carry. (Photo: thestatehousefile.com) State Rep. Jim Lucas (R) has filed legislation that would repeal Indiana’s current concealed carry permit program in favor of free and lawful unlicensed carry. The bill introduced would strike down the state’s popular handgun permitting scheme as enforced by the Indiana State Police, replacing it with language allowing unlicensed or so-called constitutional carry in the state of 6.5 million. Just four other states have similar laws. “This is geared toward the innocent person. I want to remove one more … Continue reading Constitutional carry proposed in Indiana (VIDEO)

Wal-Mart, Amazon, K-Mart, Sears, told to stop selling toy guns

One of the toy guns prohibited under New York state law. (Photo: New York Attorney General’s Office) Several major retail stores are under the gun over some of the toys they’re illegally selling in New York, officials announcedThursday. The state’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, sent cease and desist letters to Wal-Mart, Amazon.com, K-Mart, Sears and ToyArsenal.com telling the retailers the toy guns they’re selling online to New Yorkers are too realistic. According to state law, toy guns are prohibited if they come in realistic colors like black, blue, silver or aluminum, unless a non-removable, one-inch-wide orange strip runs down both sides and the … Continue reading Wal-Mart, Amazon, K-Mart, Sears, told to stop selling toy guns

Wal-Mart, Amazon, K-Mart, Sears, told to stop selling toy guns

One of the toy guns prohibited under New York state law. (Photo: New York Attorney General’s Office) Several major retail stores are under the gun over some of the toys they’re illegally selling in New York, officials announcedThursday. The state’s attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, sent cease and desist letters to Wal-Mart, Amazon.com, K-Mart, Sears and ToyArsenal.com telling the retailers the toy guns they’re selling online to New Yorkers are too realistic. According to state law, toy guns are prohibited if they come in realistic colors like black, blue, silver or aluminum, unless a non-removable, one-inch-wide orange strip runs down both sides and the … Continue reading Wal-Mart, Amazon, K-Mart, Sears, told to stop selling toy guns

Congress approves 67 percent hike in Federal Duck Stamp prices (VIDEO)

The current 2014-15 Federal Duck Stamp may be the last $15 waterfowl permit, as prices are likely to increase to $25 next year. (Photo: U.S. FWS) With widespread support, the Senate on Tuesday passed a bill to raise the price of Duck Stamps from $15 to $25 in an effort to increase funds for wetlands habitat conservation. The measure, the Federal Duck Stamp Act of 2014, had started in the House, sponsored by Rep. John Fleming, R-LA, and was backed by the entire delegation to that body from the Sportsman’s Paradise. Easy passage in the House in November led to … Continue reading Congress approves 67 percent hike in Federal Duck Stamp prices (VIDEO)

State Wildlife Commission rejects petition to ban traditional ammunition

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission rebuffed an effort this week by anti-hunting activists to ban the use of lead ammunition by hunters in the state. In a 5-1 vote Wednesday, the Commission members rejected a petition presented by Paula Brown, 33, a part-time raptor rehabilitator who had collected the signatures of 53 residents and four letters of support calling for the prohibition. An online petition for the ban had attracted over 10,000 signatures, however the majority were from outside of the state. “I presented it to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission today; however, they refused to ban lead ammunition for hunting … Continue reading State Wildlife Commission rejects petition to ban traditional ammunition

Approved ballot measure turns gun thefts into non-arrestable crimes (VIDEO)

Walking the yard in Kern County, California, prison, some of these inmates may soon be free after Prop 47 was voted into law this week. (Photo: LA Times) Despite opposition from law enforcement and victims groups, California voters approved a ballot initiative that will turn many felonies, including theft of most guns, into misdemeanors, while potentially freeing thousands of criminals. Golden State voters approved the referendum,Proposition 47, in a 17-point margin Tuesday, and its effects are already being felt. Designed to reduce penalties for non-violent offenders such as drug possession and property crimes, it was intended to save taxpayer dollars … Continue reading Approved ballot measure turns gun thefts into non-arrestable crimes (VIDEO)

BILLIONAIRE GUN GRABBERS GET THEIR WAY

Gates, Bloomberg help pass nation’s toughest background-check law Five billionaires poured millions of dollars into promoting the nation’s toughest firearm background check law in Washington state and rung up a big success for gun control. Voters in Washington handily approved the ballot measure while defeating a competing initiative that would have prevented any background checks not authorized by the federal government. Ballot initiative 594 will trigger a background check on almost all private sales – at gun shows, over the Internet and even sales and loans of guns between friends and family members. In Tuesday’s returns, I-594 was being supported … Continue reading BILLIONAIRE GUN GRABBERS GET THEIR WAY

Kentucky man loses gun, gets $4,000 fine crossing Canadian border

Roy Fielding Neel Jr.’s former Colt .380, now property of the Canadian government. (Photo: Canada Border Services Agency) When Roy Fielding Neel Jr. passed over the Canadian border with a pistol in his toolbox to visit a nature park, he set in motion a series of events that ended with a guilty plea in court this week. Neel, 67, of Waddy, Kentucky, while attempting to cross into the land to the north at Chief Mountain, Alberta, on July 3, told Canadian border officials that he had no firearms to declare. Then, on closer inspection, authorities found a Colt .380 Government pistol, … Continue reading Kentucky man loses gun, gets $4,000 fine crossing Canadian border

Kentucky man loses gun, gets $4,000 fine crossing Canadian border

Roy Fielding Neel Jr.’s former Colt .380, now property of the Canadian government. (Photo: Canada Border Services Agency) When Roy Fielding Neel Jr. passed over the Canadian border with a pistol in his toolbox to visit a nature park, he set in motion a series of events that ended with a guilty plea in court this week. Neel, 67, of Waddy, Kentucky, while attempting to cross into the land to the north at Chief Mountain, Alberta, on July 3, told Canadian border officials that he had no firearms to declare. Then, on closer inspection, authorities found a Colt .380 Government pistol, … Continue reading Kentucky man loses gun, gets $4,000 fine crossing Canadian border

Hawaii: Judge says aliens can apply for gun permits

Royal Hawaii Shooting Club instructor Michael Walters works with Makino Daisuke at the range. (Photo: Steve LaBadessa/USA Today) A U.S. district court judge issued an injunction last week against the citizen-only requirements of Hawaii’s firearms permit program. This came in the case of Steve Fotoudis, an Australian who became a permanent U.S. resident but was denied the opportunity to apply for a firearms permit by the Honolulu Police Department after he did not meet the state’s standard of being a U.S. citizen. U.S. District Judge J. Michael Seabright, a 2005 President G.W. Bush appointment, issued an injunction against not only … Continue reading Hawaii: Judge says aliens can apply for gun permits

Open carry activist acquitted in Texas disorderly conduct trial (VIDEO)

Michael Keoughan, right, after reclaiming his firearms following his acquittal on charges of disorderly conduct in Andrews, Texas. (Photo: Facebook ) Army veteran Michael Keoughan, arrested in January while open carrying in Andrews, Texas, was found not guilty by a six-member jury this week. Keoughan, 27, a member of a local gun rights group, Come and Take It, was stopped by police while surveying the planned route for an upcoming open carry walk in Andrews. Previously, a member of CATI had been arrested by Andrews Police the prior November while open carrying in town. The incident led CATI to open a dialog with local authorities and clear … Continue reading Open carry activist acquitted in Texas disorderly conduct trial (VIDEO)