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Recently, the Student Senate at Texas A&M University passed a measure requesting campus-wide concealed carry. As reported by the student newspaper, The Eagle, “The student senate voted 38-19 to ask A&M university officials and state lawmakers to permit concealed carry license holders to bring handguns inside university buildings.”
The discussion of stronger gun laws is definitely not a new one. Check out this editorial, from the 1969 “Gun Digest” annual book.
Numerous news outlets report increased gun sales as firearms fly off shelves like “hotcakes” following Obama’s re-election. Of course, Obama himself has said he intends to push for a reinstatement and expansion of the Clinton-era semi-auto ban during public debates. Those comments exasperated gun owner concerns.
Louisiana gun rights activists had much to celebrate following our most recent election, as voters approved Amendment Number 2, which required the “strict scrutiny” standard be applied regarding gun laws and the state constitution.
Texas Parking Lot Gun Law Under Attack September 1, 2012 was the one-year anniversary of Senate Bill 321 taking effect in Texas. Supported by the National Rifle Association (NRA), SB 321 was an employee parking lot gun law, signed into law by Governor Rick Perry in June of 2011. In a nutshell, the law [...]
ATF Gun Confiscations Getting “Easier” As the Washington Times reported, “The Obama administration is making it easier for bureaucrats to take away guns without offering the accused any realistic due process. In a final rule published [recently], the Justice Department granted the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) authority to ‘seize and [...]
Should we laugh at how silly it all is, be upset, or write it off as simply more gun ignorance? Hard to say what to make of the new conspiracy theories bouncing around the media of late over ammunition orders by various federal agencies. At issue: Hollow-point handgun ammunition. As FoxNews.com reported, “The bullet [...]
A bill introduced in the California Senate, authored by Senator Leland Yee, would have outlawed all firearms in the state that use detachable magazines. The bill, designated SB249, was removed from a committee hearing slated for Thursday, Aug. 16. This effectively kills the measure, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which lobbied for [...]
Here is an interesting excerpt from the Milwaukee JournalSentinel online edition of July 24… Milwaukee police officer Cassandra Benitez testified that when she first looked into Sutterfield’s car from the passenger side with a flashlight, she did not notice the 9mm Glock on Sutterfield’s hip, despite being extra alert to a possible weapon after seeing [...]
Martin Young, a 67-year-old antique gun collector in England, is battling Oxford city council to have his 350 guns returned and his gun license renewed. He has 30 days to arrange for the guns to be moved or the police will auction them off. Mr. Young believes that his collection might be one of the [...]