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I sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder demanding answers about the Department of Justice’s exploration of “smart gun” technology. Earlier this month, the Attorney General testified before the House of Representatives that DOJ is looking into new technologies that could raise constitutional concerns, including requiring firearms to contain biometric equipment that could store or transmit the personal identifying information of American citizens. Read more »
We do not need instructors that are more of a danger to concealed carry students than the criminals they are training to defend themselves against.
Ohio firearms instructor Terry Dunlap has had TWO negligent discharges where he accidentally shot people in his presence. The most recent occurred during the concealed handgun class he was teaching. He shot Michael Piemonte, 27, of Pataskala, while he was demonstrating a .38-caliber handgun. The bullet hit Piemonte’s right arm. The shooting occurred on Aug. 10 toward the end of a 12-hour day of training in gun handling and safety. Read more »
It has been a almost year since a Navy Veteran and Firefighter, John Cinque stood before Connecticuts anti gun politicians and bravely proclaimed he would NOT COMPLY with their new unconstitutional laws.
In this video, the politicians brushed off the “unconstitutional” accusations with a response of “we are doing something… that's all people want and now that we have done something, the pressure will go away.” Read more »
Election Day is March 4th, 2014. You can vote early until February 28th, 2014.
Below are the propositions that you will be voting on when you vote in the 2014 Texas Republican Primary Election:
March 4, 2014 Republican Primary Ballot Propositions
Texans should be free to express their religious beliefs, including prayer, in public places. YES / NO
SECOND AMENDMENT Read more »
The race is on for the next Texas Attorney General. Early voting has already begun and it lasts until February 28th. The Texas Republican Primary Election Day is March 4th, 2014.
One Texas Attorney General candidate, Barry Smitherman, stands out above the rest. The Texas Attorney General’s office is one of the largest statewide offices in Texas. As the Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, and the former head of Public utilities, Barry Smitherman is the only candidate that has proven he can effectively and efficiently run a large statewide agency. Read more »
America as we know her, is in critical condition. The longer we allow the disease to spread, the struggle to save her becomes more intense, complicated, and bloody.
Now is the time when all Americans must make a choice. It is not a time for summer soldiers and sunshine Patriots. Read more »
While so many Americans are blind to the enslavement of our people, a man who fled slavery pours his heart out to lawmakers in Oregon who are attempting to strip liberty from the people of that state with more gun control laws.
Manuel Martinez fled Cuba to enjoy the freedom in American. He tells Oregon lawmakers attempting to pass gun control legislation that what he found here instead is MARXISM… Read more »
This week, the House passed legislation that protects our Second Amendment rights and ensures that public lands can continue to be used for hunting and fishing. With my support, the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act (H.R. 3590) passed the House by a vote of 268 to 154.
This Administration has a long track record of basing its environmental
Texas State Senator Glenn Hegar announced this morning in a press release, the endorsement of his campaign for Texas Comptroller by the National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF). "Sen. Hegar is committed to protecting our Second Amendment freedoms," said Chris W. Cox, chairman of NRA-PVF. Sen. Hegar has long been recongnized as a powerful supporter of Second Amendment rights and was the author of the Campus Carry Bill in this most recent legislative session. Read more »
Governor Cuomo very ineptly declared conservatives or those conservatives who are actually serious about gun rights and the rights of the unborn as extreme and not welcome in New York. He stated that he was noting that defending gun rights and the right of the unborn couldn’t win statewide races in New York, and the way he phrased it left no doubt that he really didn't want to deal with debating things like whether babies in a mother’s womb have rights or that the Second Amendment actually means what it says. Read more »