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Second Amendment Foundation Files Federal Lawsuit Against Washington State’s Gun Control Initiative

Leah Barkoukis,   The Second Amendment Foundation has never been one to let the rights of law-abiding citizens get trampled on without putting up a fight. It should come as no surprise, then, that they’ve taken Washington state’s gun control Initiative 594 to court. Well, parts of it at least. Via SAF: The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a lawsuit […] Read More →

Gun Control Documentary: There Are ‘Limits to Every Right Articulated in the Constitution’

Breitbart | AWR HAWKINS “The whole country… [has] a gun problem.” Director Jessica Solce’s new documentary, No Control, premieres November 15 and carries a clear message: “There [are] limits to every right… articulated in the Constitution,” and gun rights should be no exception. And while the Huffington Post claims No Control offers a balanced look at the pro-Second Amendment versus […] Read More →

Professor Hopes to Repeal “Outdated” 2nd Amendment

Michael Schaus,  Mary Margaret Penrose, a full time professor of Law with Texas A&M University, has called for the full repeal of the Second Amendment. Utilizing her unquestioned exercise of the First Amendment, the Texas Professor insisted the Constitution was outdated, and needed some substantial re-writing.  Penrose was speaking in Connecticut (at a gun-control symposium) […] Read More →

Obama’s Mental Health Screening in Schools Will ‘Disarm’ Gun Rights: “Databases to Follow Academic Career and Beyond”

SHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo  Under the auspices of helping struggling school children to grapple with complex emotions and mental health issues, students will be screened not for their own benefit, but to further the aims of total gun control. The Obama executive orders written in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting introduced a […] Read More →

The NRA’s Risky Ratings Stunt

 The NRA dropped Connecticut Republican Mark Greenberg’s rating from an A down to an F earlier this month after he said that he would support universal background checks. This type of thing helps the NRA get attention, but it could do more damage than good in the long term. The NRA shouldn’t go after candidates […] Read More →