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Early this morning, the Arizona Legislature adjourned its 2014 Second Regular Session. As reported yesterday, House Bill 2535, sponsored by state Representative John Kavanagh (R-23), and Senate Bill 1366, sponsored by state Senator Rick Murphy (R-21), were sent to Governor Jan Brewer (R) for her signature….
Last Friday, Governor Steve Beshear (D) signed into law a comprehensive pro-gun bill, House Bill 128. As initially introduced by state Representative Robert Damron (D-39), HB 128 allows retired peace officers with a valid Concealed Deadly Weapons License (CDWL), in accordance with the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA), to carry at all ti…
The First 40 Seconds of a 79-Year-Old Woman’s Routine on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Had Simon Yawning — The Last 2:20 Brought Him to His Feet
“It creates conditions conducive to fraud, as corrupt individuals may attempt to conceal evidence of illicit behavior by omitting key documents from the contract file.”
On March 30, 2005, Terri Schiavo had her last full day of life on this earth and both her family and Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life will never forget the last moments they shared with the woman whose former husband won a court order to take her life. Terri was killed on March […]…
House Bill 128, sponsored by state Representative Bob Damron (D-39), passed in the state Senate Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection Committee with a committee amendment, and was then passed on the Senate floor by a 37-1 vote. …
Last night, the Utah Senate and House of Representatives passed House Bill 276 by a 27 to 1 vote and a 63 to 8 vote respectively. Sponsored by state Representative Curt Oda (R-14), HB 276 would ensure that the mere carrying or possession of a holstered or encased firearm, without some additional incriminating behavior, does not constitute a viola…
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.