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BOYCOTT COLORADO! Battle cry is sounded

Declaring economic war on Colorado

The gun rights community has taken the adage “money talks and B.S. walks” and reversed it when discussing Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s signing yesterday of anti-gun legislation, and are now saying that their money walks, and Tom Gresham, host of the nationally-broadcast “Gun Talk” yesterday took a step right behind Magpul Industries.

http://www.examiner.com/article/declaring-economic-war-on-colorado?cid=d...

Article by Dave Workman

AN OVERREACTION, OR SOMETHING ELSE?

Photo of Child Holding a Gun Creates Incident
By Harold Hutchison

A photo posted on Facebook lead to a tense encounter between New Jersey officials and a family in the state with some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country. The photo, of 11-year-old Josh Moore holding a .22 rimfire rifle, was posted on the family’s Facebook page by his father, Shawn.

FEINSTEIN GUN BAN NOT IN BILL

Will Be An Amendment Instead
By Harold Hutchison

A proposed semi-auto and magazine ban pushed by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) may have a harder time securing passage through the Senate because Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) made the decision to exclude the ban from the Senate gun bill.

According to HotAir.com, Feinstein complained about the decision by Reid. The legislation will still be offered as an amendment to the underlying background check bill. This may be more about strategy on Reid’s part, though.

ARMS TRADE TREATY TALKS BACK ON

Will Obama Go For Back-Door Gun Grabs?
By Harold Hutchison

Not even a year after the last round of negotiations, the United Nations is again trying to negotiate an Arms Trade Treaty. The NRA has been monitoring the negotiations, promising to oppose any effort to impose limits on civilian gun ownership.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon welcomed negotiators, saying, “I am confident that member states will overcome their differences and muster the political will needed to agree on this landmark treaty.”

WAYNE LAPIERRE SPEAKS AT CPAC

THE SCHUMER AGENDA REVEALED

Amendments Reveal True Agenda
By Harold Hutchison

While everyone’s attention was focused on the temper-tantrum Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) threw when called out on her lack of respect for the Constitution by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), Chuck Schumer added extreme amendments to his background-check bill. The result is the creation of what would amounts to booby-traps for law-abiding citizens.

FEINSTEIN’S TANTRUM

Rant Comes After Ted Cruz Speaks Truth to Power
By Harold Hutchison

When confronted about her disregard for the Second Amendment by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), anti-gun zealot Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) unleashed a rant at the freshman Senator.

THE HYPOCRISY OF A GUN GRABBER

Remember Mark Kelly’s Purchase
By Harold Hutchison

When someone spends one day pushing for the Bloomberg-inspired gun grab in Colorado, then two days later, speaks at an anti-gun rally, what do you think he did in between? In the case of Mark Kelly, the anti-gun zealot who has been leveraging the tragic wounding of his wife, former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, he bought a couple of guns – a M1911 and an AR-15.

SCHUMER MOVES ON HIS OWN

Breaks Off Talks On Bipartisan Background Check Deal
By Harold Hutchison

Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) has broken off talks on a bi-partisan bill involving expanded background checks, and has instead filed legislation of his own without input from the other Senators involved. The move comes as the anti-gun agenda in Congress is increasingly being held up.

THE ASTONISHING INSENSITVITY OF THE GUN GRABBERS

Democrats Make Comments on Rape, But Get Pass from Media
By Harold Hutchison

Perhaps the most appalling comments during the massive gun grab fuelled by Colorado governor John Hickenlooper have come from Democrats in the state legislature – often addressing rape victims who have spoken out against the passage of the proposed laws. Yet the media has mot pounced on these comments as they did those of Republican Senate candidates Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock.

GUN GRABBERS MOVE FORWARD IN COLORADO

Party Line Votes Move Anti-Gun Bills Out of Committee
By Harold Hutchison

A series of anti-gun bills moved forward to the full Colorado State Senate on party-line votes. The package of legislation, which restricts many standard-capacity magazines, bans concealed carry on campus, and which ends private gun sales among other things, advanced despite vehement grassroots opposition, some of which came from survivors of the 1999 Columbine shooting.

HOW TO WIN THE GUN-RIGHTS WAR

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WILL GUN-GRABS HURT THE TROOPS?

Maryland Gun Law May Wreck Supply Chain for M9 Pistol
By Harold Hutchison

The gun-grabbing legislation that Maryland governor Martin O’Malley is supporting could be bad news for the troops due to a provision in the law. Should it become law, the legislation could prevent Beretta from assembling the M9 pistol in their factory in Accokeek.

According to a report by the Washington Times, the proposed law would prohibit anyone from receiving a magazine that holds more than ten rounds. Beretta’s M9, a version of the Model 92, has a standard magazine capacity of 15 rounds.

MAGAZINES 101 - ARMALITE VIDEO BUSTS THE MYTH

CONNECTICUT GUN MAKERS BEING WOOED

New Gun Laws Could Lead To Big Names Leaving
By Harold Hutchison

Some of the country’s most famous gun makers – Colt, Ruger, and Mossberg – are based in the state of Connecticut. However, if Gov. Dan Malloy gets his way, those companies may be leaving the Nutmeg State, taking jobs and $1.7 billion in revenue with them.

The National Shooting Sports Foundation, which is also based in Connecticut, raised those concerns as officials from states like Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, and Mississippi approached gun companies in states that are considering gun bans.