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New Jersey news media began reporting late yesterday that a “deal” had been reached to pass a bill further restricting New Jersey’s magazine limit from 15 to 10 rounds. This agreement has been worked out between state Senate and Assembly Democrats. It appears one party huddled their anti-gun lawmakers together in Trenton and opted to infl…
Laugh or cry? RT @davidfrum: Hypothesis: the people who most want to carry are the very last people on earth who should be allowed to carry.— Ken Gardner (@kesgardner) February 16, 2014 Laugh or cry? Take your pick. It’s just a hypothesis, mind you, but David Frum wonders if those who most want to carry […] Twitchy » US Politics
Recently, the 2013-2014 legislative session reconvened on Beacon Hill. As reported last year, a series of public hearings on firearm-related proposals was conducted by the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security. That committee received public comment on nearly 60 pieces of legislation that impact your Second Amendment rights b…
Last Wednesday, the 2013-14 legislative session reconvened in Concord. The first gun-related legislation, Senate Bill 244, will be heard by the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow, January 14….
Having signed 22 bills yesterday (including a ban on electronic cigarettes), there was nothing left to do (or ban) for New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg except to leave his office and head home. Well, and make a statement, of course. On my first day in office, I visited the World Trade Center site and […]Twitchy » US Politics
Brooke Greenberg died at 20 years young last week, but most would believe she was even younger. That’s because she appears almost infant-like.
The Baltimore woman had a condition that baffled scientists for the two decades she was alive. Doctors eventually settled on calling it Syndrome X. It was a condition that prevented Greenberg from aging, but doctors weren’t sure just how.
Governor Jerry Brown has until October 13 to sign or veto the onerous bills listed below and he STILL needs to hear your OPPOSITION EVERYDAY! Although some in the media tend to grossly underreport the amount of opposition to these misguided bills, Governor Brown needs to understand that California has millions of law-abiding gun owners, sportsmen and Second Amendment supporters as residents and voters.
Although assisting suicide is only legal for a small fraction of the world’s population, its advocates in the U.S. and abroad remain focused on promoting this dangerous legislation. While opponents of euthanasia and assisted suicide have long warned of the dangers to vulnerable populations, evidence of abuse is mounting in Europe.
This is the Last Week to Contact Your State Legislator Urging Them to Preserve California’s Second Amendment Rights and Hunting Heritage
The 2013 California legislative session ends this Friday and state Senator Norma Torres is a key vote to stopping several anti-gun bills and one anti-hunting bill. She MUST hear your OPPOSITION to these bills TOMORROW, September 10. It is CRITICAL that you express your opposition during this last week of the 2013 legislative session in Sacramento. Contact information for Senator Torres is provided below.
Plenty of conservatives have been wondering when Organizing for Action, the “independent” group dedicated solely to advancing the agenda of President Barack Obama, would weigh in on the Syria crisis. After all, the president could really use some help selling the idea of a military strike on Syria to the American people.
The @barackobama account (run by OFA) still doesn’t have anything to say about airstrikes on Syria, but @OFA finally stepped up with the squishiest tweet of support possible.
The Planned Parenthood Action Fund has its sights trained this week on Sen. Ted Cruz, who they say is waging war on women by urging Congress to defund Obamacare. The group might want to take a second look at San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, whom Planned Parenthood heartily endorsed in 2012 as a long-time defender of women. It’s almost as if Planned Parenthood will forgive anything as long as abortion is protected.
Nearly a year after the deadly attacks that killed four Americans in Benghazi, the Obama administration is finally filing formal charges against a suspect, Ansar al-Sharia leader Ahmed Abu Khattalah:
Breaking news: First criminal charges filed against a Libyan militia leader that officials believe was involved in the Benghazi attack.—
Katie Hinman (@khinman) August 06, 2013
Washington, DC (LiveActionNews) — “I will set him in the safety for which he longs”. The verse from Psalm 12:5 floated through my mind as hot tears rushed down my cheeks. “Set him in the safety?” I assumed it was God telling me the baby my friends and I we’re earnestly praying for was aborted and now safe in heaven. I had every reason to believe that must be the case.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has been pushing a string of libertarian-centric issues over the last few weeks, since his well-documented filibuster against drone strikes that target American citizens. First, there was his fierce advocacy of removing tax provisions favoring marriage in order to get the issue out of government control. Then, there was his equally fierce refusal to back down from supporting a normalization of immigrant status for illegal immigrants, citing “de facto amnesty.”