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FEINSTEIN CALLS FOR BAN ON PRIVATE GUN SALES

Gun-Grabbing Senator Cites Terrorists
By Harold Hutchison

Want to sell a gun to a friend or a co-worker you have known for years? If Dianne Feinstein gets her way, you may become a federal felon for doing that.

According to a report by Breitbart.com’s Big Government, Feinstein made comments claiming that terrorists would try to buy guns at gun shows during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program.

“Can a terrorist currently buy a gun in this country? Yes. Can a felon? Yes. You go to a gun show and virtually no questions are asked,” Feinstein said, adding later on, “I have a

FILIBUSTER FAILS

Sixteen Republicans Go Soft
By Harold Hutchison

The United States Senate moved on to debate a gun bill that would impose wide-ranging background checks on all gun purchases. This comes as the NRA announced that it would “score” the votes on some of the amendments that will come up.

The Senate vote to end a filibuster lead by Rand Paul on the motion to proceed was 68-31, with sixteen Republicans voting to move the bill to the floor of the United States Senate, while Democrats Mark Pryor and Mark Begich, both facing tough re-election races, voted to sustain the filibuster.

Statement from the National Rifle Association Regarding Toomey-Manchin Background Check Proposal

Expanding background checks at gun shows will not prevent the next shooting, will not solve violent crime and will not keep our kids safe in schools. While the overwhelming rejection of President Obama and Mayor Bloomberg's "universal" background check agenda is a positive development, we have a broken mental health system that is not going to be fixed with more background checks at gun shows. The sad truth is that no background check would have prevented the tragedies in Newtown, Aurora or Tucson.

REPUBLICAN SENATORS CAVING?

Eight Wimp Out, Won’t Oppose Motion to Debate
By Harold Hutchison

Gun-grabbing Democrats in the Senate may be able to bypass Rand Paul’s filibuster with a cloture vote as early as Thursday as at least eight Republican Senators announced they would not support a filibuster on a motion to proceed. Among the Senators announcing that they would not back a filibuster are: Sens. John McCain (Ariz.), Dean Heller (Nev.), Johnny Isakson (Ga.), Lindsey Graham (S.C.), Susan Collins (Maine), Pat Toomey (Pa.), Mark Kirk (Ill.) and Kelly Ayotte (N.H.).

MCCONNELL JOINS FILIBUSTER!

Senate Republican Leader Joins Second Amendment Defense!
By Harold Hutchison

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell joined a filibuster lead by fellow Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, intending to defeat gun legislation being proposed in the wake of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in which 20 children and six adults were killed. The announcement comes as Barack Hussein Obama continued his push for new gun laws.

GUN DEBATE COMING IN THE SENATE!

Contact Your Senators Today!
By Harold Hutchison

Starting this week, debate on gun control could start in the United States Senate. With even proponents admitting that momentum has started to stall, the anti-gunners are still trying to ram through background checks that amount to registration – and which could even criminalize loaning a rifle to a friend for a hunting trip.

MORE IGNORANCE ON DISPLAY

Anti-Gun Candidate Omits Detail About Aurora Shooting Location
By Harold Hutchsion

Robin Kelly, the Democratic nominee in the special election to replace former Representative Jesse Jackson Jr., who resigned after health issues and revelations about misuse of campaign finances, recently claimed concealed carry did not work to prevent the Aurora shooting. However, she omitted the fact that the theater where the shooting occurred was a gun-free zone.

ONE SMART 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL!

DEGETTE AT THE FORUM - SEE FOR YOURSELF

Not knowing how a firearm's magazine works:

DEGETTE REMOVES ALL DOUBT

Anti-Gun Colorado Congresswoman Displays Ignorance
By Harold Hutchison

The Colorado Congresswoman sponsoring a ban on magazines that hold more than ten rounds of ammunition revealed ignorance of how firearms work when confronted in a forum hosted by the Denver Post. Representative Diana DeGette represents the First District in Colorado, a state which passed a sweeping magazine ban last month.

GUN BAN RAMMED THROUGH IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS

Gun-Grab Passes Connecticut Legislature at 2:26 AM
By Harold Hutchison

Like neighboring New York, Connecticut has passed a sweeping gun-grab piece of legislation, only this time, it was rammed through in the early morning hours, while the citizens the legislators represented were asleep. The provisions had been announced less than 72 hours earlier.

WHAT MARK KELLY DID NOT MENTION…

Kelly Denied Handgun Purchase Earlier
By Harold Hutchison

Gun-grabber Mark Kelly was initially denied an effort to purchase his M1911 pistol at a gun store in Tucson, Arizona. Apparently, the initial denial came when he attempted to use identification from Texas to buy the handgun.

NRA RELEASES SCHOOL SAFETY PROPOSALS

Broad Report Suggests Full Range of Efforts
By Harold Hutchison

The NRA’s School Shield Program released a 225-page report, which included measures for prevention, as well as steps to be prepared for an incident and a means to respond to an incident. The report, presented by former DEA chief Asa Hutchinson, was intended as a response to the 14 December shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY PASSES ARMS TRADE TREATY

Start of a UN Gun Grab?
By Harold Hutchison

After negotiations to build a consensus failed, the UN General Assembly rammed through the Arms Trade Treaty by a vote of 154 to 3, with 23 abstentions. The only three “no” votes were Syria, Iran, and North Korea.

The Obama Administration abandoned its insistence upon consensus late Thursday, paving the way for the General Assembly to ram through the treaty.

CONNECTICUT TO PASS SWEEPING GUN GRAB!

Semi-Auto Ban, Permit to Purchase Ammo Among Provisions
by Harold Hutchison

Connecticut will have some of the most restrictive gun laws after a bi-partisan deal was struck. The legislation will include not only a semi-auto ban, but will require registration of magazines holding more than ten rounds.

The legislation is being hailed by gun-control groups. “We have to be satisfied. There are still other things that we want, we'll be back for in later sessions,” Rob Pinciaro, the executive director of Connecticut Against Gun Violence, was quoted as saying in an AP report.