Let’s do something meaningful to stop mass-murders

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Have you noticed that the vast majority of these mass-murders occur in locations which have “no guns allowed” policies? These policies turn every person within them into a sitting duck for criminals to carry out their attacks. Is there any doubt why these criminals choose such locations? Radical, anti-Second Second Amendment Bills H.R. 1112 and…

Can a cop threaten to kill you and get away with it?

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There’s an article over on SittingDuckPolicy.com that details an account of a Law Enforcement Officer from California who apparently doesn’t like the fact that it’s not illegal for law-abiding citizens to openly carry unloaded firearms. He allegedly replied to someone’s Facebook post about open-carriers, and alluded to pointing his rifle at them, making them lay…

Email: “Very, Very Serious Warning” or “If This Passes, There Will be War”

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Recently an email has been making its rounds, this one challenges the reader to see “how fast can we get this one around the United States of America?” It says: On Wednesday [11 November 2009] the Obama administration took its first major step in a plan to ban all firearms in the United States. The…

VIDEO: The truth about Gun Laws

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Regardless of which side of the debate you’re on, the following video is a must-see. It delves into the history of gun laws in The United States of America, how other leaders through history have applied gun logic to their agendas, the history of gun control in the States, and more recent court decisions. Watch…

Gun Semantics: Using the correct words, and using words correctly

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I’ve finally gotten to the point where I have to call on the carpet not only those that want to further restrict lawful firearms, but those who advocate against those restrictions as well. We need to re-evaluate the semantics we use when talking about guns so they accurately reflect what they’re supposed to, not a…

Syracuse City (Utah) Prohibits Firearms at City City Park during Tax-Funded Event

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Mayor Panucci and City Council members, The Syracuse City (Utah) Newsletter was delivered to my residence today and I read about the city’s annual pumpkin walk with great interest. As you know, the annual Pumpkin Walk is held annually at Centennial Park (behind City Hall). Centennial Park is a public park and the Pumpkin Walk…