Find us on Facebook

Gun Rights

Bloomberg launches anti-gun campaign in Seattle Times...buying his way into heaven

Bloomberg thinks new gun control effort will buy his spot in heaven

Billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has launched a new big money gun control strategy designed to “outmuscle the National Rifle Association,” according to yesterday’s New York Times, and his first attack appeared in this morning’s on-line main page of the Seattle Times…

‘I am telling you if there is a God, when I get to heaven I’m not stopping to be interviewed. I am heading straight in. I have earned my place in heaven. It’s not even close’.”—Michael Bloomberg


Vows to Spend $50 Million To Get Stooges In
By Harold Hutchison

Fresh off managing to get his stooge Terry McAuliffe in as governor of Virginia, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is getting ready to drop as much as $50 million on the upcoming midterm elections. His goal: Get more of his gun-grabbing stooges in office.


USPS Seeks 1.5 Million Rounds
By Harold Hutchison
The United States Postal Service is seeking to purchase up to 1.5 million rounds of ammunition. The request is the last from agencies like the Social Security Administration and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

New ammo buys getting scrutiny

Alarms being raised over new government ammo buys

Newsmax is reporting today that alarms are being raised about a new surge of government ammunition buying, and a Bellevue-based gun rights advocate is among those keeping a close eye on these purchases.


Article by Dave Workman

Justice Stevens: All wrong about the Right to bear arms?

Stevens’ view of Second Amendment: part denial, part grudge, wholly wrong?

Today’s edition of USA Today covers a new debate over the Second Amendment, ignited by former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens in his new book about how he would change the Constitution, leaving one to wonder if this rant is part denial and part grudge over being on the losing side in two major Second Amendment rulings.


Article by Dave Workman


Sues over ATF Claims it Made Silencer
By Harold Hutchison

Sig Sauer has filed suit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, claiming that that agency’s “determination” that a muzzle brake the company designed should be regulated as a silencer. The gunmaker’s suit, filed 7 April, seeks to have the determination of the Firearms Technology Branch (FTB) of BATFE set aside.

A psychologist who knows the good guys from the bad guys....

Oregon psychologist in ‘gun control’ documentary: ‘Violent people cause violence’

A veteran Oregon clinical psychologist appearing in a gun control documentary airing next Thursday, reiterated to Examiner today in an exclusive telephone interview what he said in the video – touted by KOIN News as second-place finisher in a national competition – that

“Firearms don’t cause violence, violent people cause violence.”


Article by Dave Workman

Spokane verdict will ignite new debate on use of force

Spokane jury acquits man who shot car theft suspect

A Spokane jury Thursday acquitted a local man on manslaughter charges in the March 2013 shooting death of a many who was driving away in his SUV, and later determined that the shooting was justified, so defendant Gail Gerlach could be reimbursed for his trial expenses, according to KHQ News.


Article by Dave Workman

Rock on with old Grand Funk RR pro-gun tune

Gun rights initiative backers find energy in ‘70s rock tune

Backers of Washington state’s Initiative 591, the grassroots effort to protect gun owners’ rights, are warming up to a recently-uncovered 48-year-old rock tune by Grand Funk Railroad and publicized today in The Gun Mag.com (TGM) as “the most pro-Second Amendment song ever.”


Article by Dave Workman