Next week is the final week of the 2016 legislative session for the Pennsylvania General Assembly. With time winding down, it’s time for the legislature to pass Senate Bill 1330, important firearms preemption legislation. While the Senate successfully passed SB 1330 this week, the House of Representatives failed to take action on it. With only […]
While the South Carolina General Assembly is not currently in session, a special committee of state Senators will be holding their fourth, and final, public hearing to discuss “gun issues” in South Carolina. The hearing will be held by the Senate Gun Issues Special Committee, chaired by state Senator Gerald Malloy (D-29). Also serving on the […]
An armed thief who tried to rob some people in a Plantation park wound up dead when one of the would-be victims shot and killed him, police said. The incident happened around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at Multi-Cultural Park on Northwest 43rd Avenue, Plantation Police officials said.
On Wednesday, Computerworld reported that gun maker Armatix plans to bring a 9mm “smart” handgun, dubbed the iP9, to the U.S. market in 2017. The iP9 is Armatix’s second offering for the U.S. market. NRA does not oppose the development of so-called “smart gun technology,” however, NRA does oppose efforts to mandate that this technology be integrated […]
Hillary Clinton is lying … again. The candidate who claimed politicians “need both a public and a private position” on policy issues demonstrated that tendency Wednesday night in the final presidential debate in a desperate bid for damage control on a statement she made in a private meeting with wealthy donors.
More emails from Hillary Clinton campaign staffers were made public by WikiLeaks this week, granting insight into the campaign’s deceptive attacks on your rights and the extent to which Clinton is in league with the country’s most powerful anti-gun forces. Further, the emails provide more information about Clinton’s insistence on pursuing gun control by executive […]