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Is Portland mayor drinking same Kook-Aid as Seattle's?

Is Portland mayor drinking same Kool-Aid as Seattle's?

"...the mayor says his measure would “create a new crime.” This is the earmark of gun control laws. They “create crimes” in order to control firearm access by private citizens. It’s simple really, as simple as the stroke of a pen. Set a standard and anyone who does not meet that standard is suddenly a criminal."


The problem with kids and guns is...parents?

When there is a problem with kids and guns, where are the parents?

Thursday in Juvenile Court, according to the newspapers and KIRO radio, which has been repeating the story all morning Friday, the mother of all three suspects tried to keep her youngster out of detention, and accused the court of “railroading” her kids.

That just doesn't pass the smell test....

SAF files amicus in Nordyke case; 10-year-olds and guns

The Second Amendment Foundation has filed an amicus brief in a case that could establish a "strict scrutiny" standard for gun laws nationwide.


Article by Dave Workman

Coast Guard MEDEVACs Diver Off Galveston Coast

Video by Coast Guard Public Affairs Detachment Houston

SAF sues Chicago again

On Monday, the Second Amendment Foundation filed another lawsuit against the City of Chicago, challenging the city’s new gun control ordinance that seems to have been deliberately designed to invite legal action.


When an armed citizen intervenes

The unidentified citizen (he asked not to be identified, as is common in such cases) drew his legally-carried handgun at the moment when Davis allegedly cocked his gun and aimed it at the head of the woman he had just robbed. The suspect fled, but cops found him a short time later, having shed one layer of clothing to expose a second layer – evidently this guy thought his crime through far enough to try changing his appearance – the cash and the gun was recovered.

USS Peleiu Helo Ops

video by U.S. Naval Forces, 5th Fleet Public Affairs

Maryland group gives SAF $10K for court battles

Maryland group gives SAF $10K for legal battles

(Note: The YouTube video is worth watching.)

Since SAF’s Supreme Court victory in McDonald v. City of Chicago on June 28, the foundation has filed three new legal actions, in Maryland, New York and North Carolina. It is fair to say these lawsuits will help define what “reasonable firearms regulation” might include, and what existing laws may not fit within that definition.

National park manhunt for killers (Guns in parks ?!?! Gasp!)

National Park manhunt for killers; Seattle asks more time in gun ban appeal

Ideally, one would never need a firearm on a camping trip, but when things go very bad and you do need a gun, you need that gun rather badly.


Article by Dave Workman