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Nothing happend after Sandy Hook ????

Six months after Sandy Hook and nothing has happened?

The Associated Press reported today that gun control advocates are marking the six month anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting tragedy by lamenting that nothing has been done to prevent such actions from happening in the future.

http://www.examiner.com/article/six-months-after-sandy-hook-and-nothing-...

Article by Dave Workman

Anti-gun measure to WA legislature

Gun control measure goes to legislature today, says KING

A proposed gun control measure backed by big money Seattle venture capitalist Nick Hanauer will reportedly be submitted to the Washington legislature in Olympia today, according to KING 5 News.

http://www.examiner.com/article/gun-control-measure-goes-to-legislature-...

Article by Dave Workman

Armed citizen project brings out Seattle anti-gun arrogance

Armed Citizen Project in Houston v. unarmed arrogance in Seattle

A story in Saturday’s Seattle Times on-line edition about the Armed Citizen Project in Houston, Tex., is getting the kind of reaction one might expect from holier-than-thou Seattle liberals who consider “gun” a four-letter word.

http://www.examiner.com/article/armed-citizen-project-houston-v-unarmed-...

Article by Dave Workman

You Could Encourage the Nevada Governor to Veto Gun Control!

Encourage the Nevada Governor to Veto Gun Control!
Gov. Sandoval is sticking his finger in the wind,
trying to decide whether to issue veto

You don’t even have to live in Nevada.

But you should know that Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval (R) is trying to decide whether he should sign or veto SB 221, a bill so extreme that the left-of-center United States Senate even voted down a version of it.

If he signs this Universal Background Check bill, it will have ramifications for you -- even if you don’t live in the Silver State.

BLOOMBERG STOOGE SLAMS GRASSROOTS ACTIVISTS

Morse Faces Recall Election
By Harold Hutchison

An anti-gun State Senator in Colorado facing a recall slammed grassroots activists who turned in 16,000 signatures on recall petition. John Morse, the State Senate President who helped ram through a gun-grabbing agenda supported by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, took to Twitter Tuesday.

Invoking the mass shootings at an Aurora movie theater and Sandy Hook Elementary School, Morse vowed to fight the recall. Bloomberg’s group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, is expected to be involved if a recall election is certified.

NSA revelation shows why gun owners fear checks, registration

NSA revelation shows why gun owners fear checks, registration

News that the National Security Agency is collecting telephone records on millions of Americans is racing across the landscape this morning, and it underscores why many gun owners are resistant to background checks.

http://www.examiner.com/article/nsa-revelation-shows-why-gun-owners-fear...

Article by Dave Workman

Cross-country ride for wounded vets

Retired Marysville cop, Vietnam vet on x-country fundraiser

A retired Marysville police officer and Vietnam combat veteran who also is a licensed federal firearms dealer will leave this Saturday from Astoria, Ore., on a cross-country “Ride Across America” to support wounded veterans.

http://www.examiner.com/article/retired-marysville-cop-vietnam-vet-on-x-...

Article by Dave Workman

Nerf guns, zero tolerance and second chances

Edmonds school’s nerf gun incident goes national and viral

KVI’s John Carlson – returning from a short break Wednesday morning – wasted no time zeroing in on an incident at an Edmonds elementary school that is making national headlines via The Drudge Report, and in the process underscoring once again the down side of “zero tolerance” policies.

http://www.examiner.com/article/edmonds-school-s-nerf-gun-incident-goes-...

Article by Dave Workman

Stalling on Illinois CCW

IL attorney general wants more stalling on CCW

Three days after Illinois lawmakers pushed hard to meet a court-ordered deadline to adopt some form of concealed carry legislation in a case won by the Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation, Attorney General Lisa Madigan yesterday began stalling for more time with the court before Gov. Pat Quinn is forced to make a decision whether to sign or veto the measure.

http://www.examiner.com/article/il-attorney-general-wants-more-stalling-...

Article by Dave Workman