I wrote on Monday about the lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch on behalf of Legal Insurrection seeking documents withheld by the District of Columbia Office of Attorney General (OAG) and Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) regarding David Gregory’s clear violation of the D.C. gun laws,
Judicial Watch, a leading government open records organization, announced today that it has filed suit on behalf of Legal Insurrection to obtain documents regarding David Gregory’s violation of the District of Columbia gun laws and the investigation which led to the decision of the District of Columbia Attorney General not to prosecute:
At the time of the lockdown of Boston after the bombing, I noted that the Boston lock-down exposes gun culture divide over the issue of whether citizens hold up in their homes would be safer if armed.
That suggestion caused a vehement reaction from liberals on Twitter, including the now infamous suggestion from one...
This is a follow up to my post about the bitter Twitter action during the lock-down of Boston in the search for the bombers, Boston lock-down exposes gun culture divide.
If you want to understand why any new federal gun legislation will fail, as it did yesterday, don’t look at the NRA.
Certainly the NRA plays its advocacy role.
But what motivates grassroots opposition is the belief that government always will overreach, and that any expanded legislation necessarily will be used as a subterfuge to remove...
The vote took place on a vote to close debate.
BREAKING: Bill to expand background checks for gun purchases is defeated in the Senate.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 17, 2013
Toomey-Manchin Fails on Cloture Vote, 54-46; Four Democrats Vote for Filibuster bit.ly/17pjCi1
— AoSHQ (@AoSHQ) April 17, 2013
Fundraising e-mail from @gabbygiffords: “Moments ago, the...
From Pat Austin at And So It Goes In Shreveport, Free Chicken Saturday With Concealed Carry Permit:
As the 2013 Louisiana legislature prepared to take up several gun regulation proposals, a local fast food fried chicken place has weighed into the debate by offered a free meal to concealed carry holders.
Piers Morgan has had some epic gun control rants.
It resulted in aggressive push back from people like Dana Loesch.
Now James O’Keefe is on it:
Hey, @piersmorgan, can you please explain these signs on your Beverly Hills property?
The game plays out every time there is a high-profile act of criminal violence. There is an immediate media and left-blogsphere search to tie the shooter to a “right-wing” entity … usually the Tea Party movement.
Greg Gutfeld on Jim Carrey.
Via Poor Richards News:
We noted before that New York was going to abandon the 7-round magazine limit in the new handgun law.
The NY Gun law effectively banned the purchase of new pistols because pistols are not generally made to hold 7-round magazines, and even if some manufacturers would produce such magazines for the NY market, it still presented a constitutional problem: Under the Heller and McDonald cases, the state cannot effectively ban...
Reader Danelle writes about a shortage of .22LR ammunition affecting youth shooting groups:
As you know, one of my other jobs is teaching youth shooting sports disciplines. This morning I was...
From The NY Post, ‘Linen King’ could get three years for illegal gun:
Prosecutors today said they will recommend no less than a three-year sentence for Bardwil — owner of Bardwil Home, the country’s biggest table-linen company — for possessing an illegal gun in his E. 51st Street apartment in January.
On Thursday, during a committee hearing in the U.S. Senate on gun control legislation, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) engaged in a heated exchange over the constitutionality of her support for stricter gun control laws. In posing a question regarding the constitutionality of new gun laws,...