Mitt Romney may finally be shaking a memory regarding gun control legislation that has haunted him since he was governor of Massachusetts by picking up a critical endorsement from hard-rocking pro-gun outdoorsman, author and gun rights icon Ted Nugent.
Andrew Breitbart, who said in an interview with the Daily Caller that Hollywood could never dream up a scenario as sinister like Operation Fast and Furious with its anti-Second Amendment undertones, is dead this morning in Los Angeles, apparently of natural causes.
Below you will find the text of a press release sent out today by the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association. During the legislative history of Microstamping it has become apparent by the declining number of yes votes in the NYS Assembly that more legislators are aware of the fraud that is being foisted on them. Now a number of legislators are attempting to influence Governor to include this legislation in his budget bills. This is an underhanded attempt by a few liberal NYC area Democratic politicians to force into law legislation that has failed to garner enough votes to become law.
Seattle news illustrates why gun control doesn’t work
Tuesday’s revealing report in the on-line SeattleP-I.com explains the fallacy of gun control laws almost by accident: Two guys shot dead outside a restaurant last week may have killed each other and it turns out neither could legally possess a firearm, much less carry one legally in public.
In the aftermath of Wednesday’s school shooting near Bremerton and Thursday’s slaying of a Washington State Patrol trooper near Gorst, gun prohibitionists are already talking about the Evergreen State’s allegedly weak laws.
CBS has new revelation in Zapata slaying, and Sen. Grassley is not happy
CBS News’ Sharyl Attkisson is reporting that a Texas man has been convicted for trafficking a firearm connected to the murder of Jaime Zapata, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent killed more than a year ago in a Mexican ambush.
This came as a surprise to Sen. Charles Grassley…
Hot on the heels of Monday’s column on how rising fuel prices will hammer Northwest shooters and hunters, Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich is headed for Washington State later this week, perhaps to repeat his going-viral observation about how President Obama wants everyone to drive smaller cars.