Rep. Scott Taylor (R-Va.) commented on a tweet posted by Tim Kaine, and he did not hold back. Taylor, a former Navy SEAL serving Virginia's 2nd District, is extremely supportive of the NRA and Second Amendment freedoms.
Tomorrow, the Delaware House will consider anti-gun legislation, House Bill 330.
Tomorrow, the House Civil Justice Subcommittee is scheduled to consider House Bill 2208, House Bill 2129, and House Bill 1602.
Last week, an attempt was made to hijack House Bill 1350 with an anti-gun amendment offered by Senator Jill Schupp (D-24) to criminalize private firearm transfers. HB 1350 is a bill related to background check requirements of in-home service providers and personal care attendants, and is completely unrelated to firearms.
Some of the members of the Florida Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) are very anti-gun and they are proposing and pushing gun ban and gun control amendments to put in the Florida Constitution. Commissioners will be voting on these amendments soon.
You are invited to join Aurelia Skipwith, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife and Parks for the U.S. Department of the Interior to announce the disbursement of the Pittman-Robertson grants to Ohio. This year the grants total over $1.1 billion. Ohio will be receiving $23,356,598.
You are invited to join David Bernhardt, Deputy Secretary for the U.S. Department of the Interior to announce the disbursement of the Pittman-Robertson grants to Pennsylvania. This year the grants total over $1.1 billion. Pennsylvania will be receiving $36,729,255.
You are invited to join Downey Magallanes, Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy for the U.S. Department of the Interior to announce the disbursement of the Pittman-Robertson grants to Colorado. This year the grants total over $1.1 billion. Colorado will be receiving $29,015,796.
You are invited to join Greg Sheehan, Principal Deputy Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, for the announcement of the disbursement of the Pittman-Robertson grants to Florida. This year the grants total over $1.1 billion. Florida will be receiving $26,588,009.
You are invited to join Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to announce the disbursement of the Pittman-Robertson grants to Wisconsin. This year the grants total over $1.1 billion. Wisconsin will be receiving a check for $34,966,603.
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Speaker of the House Richard Corcoran (R) is adding insult to injury by calling the betrayal of law-abiding firearms owners “one of the greatest Second Amendment victories we’ve ever had.”
On Monday, March 19, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) will be hosting a public hearing on the proposed regulations regarding the serialization of home-built firearms. On Tuesday, March 20, there are several firearm-related bills scheduled to be heard in their respective policy committees.
Chicago police are trying to identify the dozens of students from Simeon Career Academy who they say took part in a vandalism spree while they were supposed to be protesting guns.
Kroger confirmed that it will stop selling assault rifle-themed publications, while noting it would continue to sell other gun magazines.
“If they see a statue with a gun they’re going to think, ‘Okay, that’s appropriate, we can do that to our other schools,’” said Linda Virissimo, who lives in San Diego. “If other kids see that they’re going to think that’s okay for their schools to have a gun, but it’s not.”
A student at a Minneapolis high school was assaulted by a mob of students after he carried a pro-Trump flag during the National School Walkout on Wednesday, police said.
A Rocklin High School teacher is on paid administrative leave over her views about the national school walk out. The teacher says all she did was open up a debate about the politics of the protest in her classroom.
The Rand Corporation, a “research organization that develops solutions to public policy challenges to help make communities throughout the world safer and more secure, healthier, and more prosperous,” released an ambitious review of existing firearms-related research earlier this month. This was the culmination of two years and a million dollars of effort. The “Rand researchers evaluated thousands of studies to assess the available evidence for the effect of 13 common gun policies on a range of outcomes…”
Based on the results of a Zogby Analytics poll released earlier this month, Second Amendment supporters may have a counter-intuitive message for virtue-signalizing Hollywood heavyweights pledging their support for restrictive firearm laws: keep up the good work! Gun control is gaining renewed social currency in some circles in the wake of the Parkland, Fla. tragedy. Hollywood, to no one’s surprise, has eagerly jumped on the bandwagon, with stars, starlets, and studio honchos displaying their usual self-importance and grasping desire for the spotlight.