“Braking” the March for Our Lives Narrative

by Wes Walker via libertyisftw.org Well, I say one life is worth more than all the guns in America.” – Sarah Chadwick, Parkland School Shooting Survivor The gun control lobby is continuing a strong emotional push for legislation abridging the constitutionally protected right of millions of Americans to keep and bear arms, most recently with the so called “March for Our Lives” rally in Washington, D.C. that featured several of the survivors of the Parkland School Shooting. Though their movement is heartfelt, and I don’t doubt for a moment the sincerity…

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The Kids Want Action: Here’s Some Ideas that Can Stop School Shootings

By Tony Wyman How much longer until the next school shooting? Do we have months? Weeks? Days? Or maybe just hours before the next person with a gun goes into one of our schools in a town we’ve never heard of and makes that town tragically famous? Columbine. Sandy Hook. Parkland. While Wayne LaPierre of the NRA is wasting critical time trying to divert attention away from his organization and the role they play glamorizing guns, the role they continue playing emotionalizing the discussion about responsible gun use, striking fear…

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Marco Rubio’s Performance At The CNN Stoneman Douglas Shooting Town Hall

photo of Marco Rubio speaking at CPAC convention

by Richard Cameron   Marco Rubio made an appearance at the CNN town hall last night, which was touted as a forum to discuss solutions to school shootings in the wake of 17 deaths at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. That is to his credit, as it was noted by the moderator, Jake Tapper, that President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Rick Scott were invited to participate but either declined or chose not to respond. CNN's Florida shooting town hall draws nearly 3 million viewers https://t.co/uoTKnLSvKz…

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Federal Judge Blocks California Law Banning Large Capacity Ammunition Magazines

photo collage of Judge Benitez considering High Capacity ammo mag ban and semi-auto handgun photo

by Richard Cameron U.S. District Judge Roger T. Benitez of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California out of San Diego, has issued a temporary ruling, staying enforcement of a provision of a recent ballot proposition (Prop 63) that outlaws ammunition clips  exceeding a 10 round capacity – commonly referred to as High Capacity magazines. Petitioning the court was  the California Rifle and Pistol Association and San Diego county gun owners, represented by attorneys from the National Rifle Association (NRA).  The suit was filed in late April of…

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