USING THE WEB TO PUSH ANTI-GUN AGENDA

Web Scraping: A Means to Push Anti-Gun Agenda NRA-ILA writes:  Push Anti-Gun Agenda.  You may have read recently about a “breaking analysis” that includes numbers derived from a “mass shooting tracker,” which purports to present to the world, real world cases in which mass shootings have occurred. One problem, this is not actual data nor […]


States Continue Assault Against Gun Owner Rights

States Continue Assault Against Gun Owner Rights: House Proposal would Require Assault Rifle Owners Obtain Annual Licenses, Complete Gun Safety Course Jim Camden of the Spokesman-Review writes: States Continue Assault Against Gun Owner Rights.  OLYMPIA – Washington residents who want to own, buy or sell a semi-automatic assault rifle would have to obtain an annual license […]


Gun Battles Loom in The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court’s Next Gun Battle Linda Greenhouse of The New York Times writes:  Gun Battles Loom in The Supreme Court.  One of Justice Antonin Scalia’s last official acts before his death last February was to join Justice Clarence Thomas in complaining that the Supreme Court risked “relegating the Second Amendment to a second-class right” […]


Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them – National Concealed Carry Reciprocity

National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them

NRA-ILA writes: On January 3rd, Congressman Richard Hudson (R-N.C.8th) introduced H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, which simply allows lawful firearm carriers from any state to carry a concealed firearm in any other state. The bill addresses our nation’s patchwork of concealed carry reciprocity laws, where each state determines which states’ permits, if any, they will recognize.

Before the bill was even introduced, Everytown for Gun Safety launched a predictable scare campaign to demonize it. In an email distributed through Daily Kos, Brina Milikowsky, Chief Strategy Officer for Everytown, claimed that the bill would “allow dangerous individuals — including convicted criminals, domestic abusers, and stalkers — to legally carry weapons in public.” An Everytown-funded petition on Daily Kos urged senators to oppose it, claiming the bill would allow “dangerous people to carry guns on their streets,” including “violent criminals, stalkers, and domestic abusers.”

The reality is that the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act allows a person to concealed carry only if they are not federally prohibited from possessing or receiving a firearm, are carrying a valid government-issued photo ID, and are lawfully licensed or otherwise entitled to carry a concealed handgun.

 

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Pre-Lit Demand Letter Sent to CA DOJ Opposing “Bullet Button Assault Weapon” Regulations

California: Pre-Lit Demand Letter Sent to DOJ Opposing “Bullet Button Assault Weapon” Regulations NRA-ILA writes:  As previously reported, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) officially submitted regulations regarding newly classified “Bullet Button Assault Weapons” to the Office of Administrative Law (“OAL”) for final publication in the California Code of Regulations (CCR). The regulations were submitted […]