Saturday, February 04, 2017

Miss Sloane: America Votes "NO" Once Again



NRA-ILA GRASSROOTS VOLUME 23, NUMBER 49

Miss Sloane: America Votes “NO” Once Again
NEWS
Miss Sloane: America Votes “NO” Once Again
“You can’t win them all,” as the old saying goes, but when it comes to the Second Amendment, gun control advocates can’t even come close. Such is clearly the case with Miss Sloane, the latest of Hollywood’s repeated attempts to push a gun control narrative on the American people.  Of course, they didn’t see this coming, any more than they saw a Donald Trump victory coming.  But that’s because they refuse to acknowledge the basic simple truth about the American people when it comes to our firearms freedom.  Well, we’ll say it again, the American people aren’t buying your anti-gun narrative.  
Corporate Lawyers Can’t Tell the Truth about Gun Laws
NEWS
Corporate Lawyers Can’t Tell the Truth about Gun Laws
The newly formed anti-gun Firearms Accountability Counsel Task Force was featured in a National Public Radio interview with attorney Mike Schissel of Arnold and Porter, one of the big corporate law firms that has joined together with other firms to provide free legal services
to anti-gun groups. Mr. Schissel openly bragged about the “collective talent and collective manpower” of his group and that “the brute force of the major law firms in this country” would use “novel and aggressive thinking … to put a full-court press on the gun lobby.”  
Court Upholds California’s “Wait for Waiting’s Sake” Gun Sales Law
NEWS  LEGAL & LEGISLATION
Court Upholds California’s “Wait for Waiting’s Sake” Gun Sales Law
Earlier this week, a federal appellate court provided yet another reminder of the importance of the courts in defining the contours of Second Amendment rights following District of Columbia v. Heller (2008). In the first case to assess the validity of firearm purchase waiting periods, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit approved California’s mandatory ten-day waiting period as applied to gun buyers who are already documented as having a valid Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) license or a state-issued Certificate of Eligibility, or who are lawfully in possession of at least one firearm. 

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