Tag Archives: 2nd Amendment

I’m not sure I agree, game isn’t over till the Surpreme Court says so.

“It’s gone to the court, and guess what? You lost.”
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/03/ct-governor-dannel-malloy-gun-owners-side-lost-get/#jJ1mDhyXMoTEskhu.99
“It’s gone to the court, and guess what? You lost.”
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/03/ct-governor-dannel-malloy-gun-owners-side-lost-get/#jJ1mDhyXMoTEskhu.99

“It’s gone to the court, and guess what? You lost!” Connecticut Governor Daniel Malloy

At the end of the day, it’s not over until the Surpreme Court rules. So stay tuned and vote, get these politicians out and vote in those that understand the 2nd Amendment as it is written.

“It’s gone to the court, and guess what? You lost.”
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/03/ct-governor-dannel-malloy-gun-owners-side-lost-get/#jJ1mDhyXMoTEskhu.99
“It’s gone to the court, and guess what? You lost.”
Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/03/ct-governor-dannel-malloy-gun-owners-side-lost-get/#jJ1mDhyXMoTEskhu.99
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Homeowner fires weapon on intruder.

 

 

PCSO (Pinal County Sheriff’s Office) Homeowner shot suspect in Apache Junction

The 59-year-old homeowner heard the men at his back door and looked at the family’s security camera, Gaffney said. He then saw the men wearing hoods and holding guns.

When they started kicking at the door, the homeowner fired a round through the back door, Gaffney said in a news release.

 

To carry or not to carry? 2nd Amendment debate continues.

 

 

Court overturns restrictions on concealed in much of California

Citing the 2012 ban on the open carrying of guns, Winkler said: “Gun control advocates have no one but themselves to blame for this ruling. You have to give someone some option to carry a gun.”

He said that the ban on openly carrying unloaded guns affected relatively few people because most gun owners don’t want the attention and questions that guns in public attract. 

 

Level heads may prevail…

 

Connecticut halts plans to round up firearms after finding most cops in the state are on the list.

Just over 68% of Connecticut cops had failed to register firearms according to the new law.

I mean seriously these people are a special kind of stupid to think that gun-loving cops are going to go along with this blatant violation of the 2nd Amendment.”

Great article, its a must read.

policepatch

Its continuing to happen – legislators are gunning for your guns.

Missouri Dems introduce alarming gun confiscation bill giving law-abiding gun owners 90 days to turn in certain firearms or become felons.”

I truly believe we are in serious trouble here, if we don’t start speaking up this will continue. Here are some of my beliefs:

  1. Removing firearms will not remove them from criminals.
  2. There are only so many police. I also have to mention this, I have seen a few videos of people confronting Police while carrying concealed. First off they are the Protectors and are only doing their jobs. If I was a Police Officer and was called to a scene where someone was carrying, I would be concerned about my safety and that of the general public. Yes I know it is our right, but Police don’t know the wackos from the normal. In my day when someone talked to themselves you knew they had some issues, now everybody has a cell phone connected by earpiece and you don’t have a clue.
  3. I like the odds – we already know there are not enough Police, so if 99% of us are carrying concealed that means the criminals have no idea who we are.

So I’m going to ask you a favor, don’t give the Police a hard time for doing their jobs. Lets just make sure the laws they are going to enforce are the right ones, like the 2nd Amendment.

policepatch

Well folks its starting…

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Well it looks like its going to start:

Last month it was revealed that out of the over 2.4 million high-capacity magazines in Connecticut, only 38,000 have been registered.

Likewise, only 50,000 semiautomatic rifles were also registered, further proof that Connecticut’s gun owners are revolting through civil disobedience.

One guy stated: “I believe I would remove the gun from the state…..it would be in the same Uhaul as the rest of my belongings.” I think I would have to agree – I would move, your welcome to come to Arizona.

I knew this would happen!

Editorial: Connecticut gun owners revolt.” Read the entire article it’s worth your time.

I knew the moment I heard about this law that Connecticut passed, it  was never going to work. I had no idea how many weapons there were but the possible number 300,000,  and only 50000 registered as required by law. Haha – 250,000 felons.

This article is an excellent point of view as to why these laws won’t work:

Those wishing to possess a pistol already had to pay fees, take tests and fill out paperwork to obtain a firearms-purchase permit.

Separate permission from the state was required just to buy ammunition in a process that must be repeated every five years. Bearing arms outside the home requires another permit that the state may, or may not, issue at its discretion.

and he says it plain and simple

None of these hurdles prevent crime. The alleged perpetrator of the Newtown massacre obtained his weapons by murdering his own mother, in violation of the law. That’s what criminals do.

What is wrong with legislators, they react rather than think proactively. I guess it doesn’t surprise me, soon forks will be on the endangered list or what about spoons and I’ll have to eat with my hands I guess… What say you?

Oh wait the fight continues ” Courant demands on gun enforcement present dilemma for state.”

I spoke to soon “Hammer slaying trial: Former family nanny speaks out.” azfamily.com Posted on February 22, 2014 at 1:23 PM Updated today at 1:40 PM

Matter of law

Right to keep and bear arms:

As a matter of law, the meaning of the Second Amendment has been settled since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in U.S. v. Miller, 307 U.S. 174 (1939). In that case, the Court ruled that the “obvious purpose” of the Second Amendment was to “assure the continuation and render possible the effectiveness” of the state militia.

Interesting story from Lincoln University, read the entire story.

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