Supreme Court Considers Straw Gun Purchases

Supreme Court Considers Straw Gun Purchases

In this case the Supreme Court will consider whether purchasing a gun with the intent of reselling to another person, all done legally, is a ‘straw gun’ purchase. Emily Miller states the following:

The Supreme Court decided Tuesday to hear the case of a Virginia man who bought a gun for his uncle and was then convicted of committing a “straw purchase.” The high court will determine whether it is a crime to buy a gun with the intent to resell to another lawful person.

Arguments for Abramski v. United States will take place in January. Bruce Abramski, a retired police officer, bought a handgun for his elderly uncle because he could get it at discount as former law enforcement. Mr. Abramski checked the box on the federal background check form that said he was the “actual buyer.” . . .

This will be a very important case.

Read more of the discussion here.

Emily Gets Her Gun – The Story of Emily Miller’s Efforts to Get Her Gun in Washington D.C.

Emily Gets Her Gun – The Story of Emily Miller’s Efforts to Get Her Gun in Washington D.C.

This was originally published as a series of articles in the Washington Times. Some reviewers don’t like that (read the reviews at Amazon), but I disagree. While more could have been added, apparently, why not just accept the book on its own merits, ie, the story of Emily Miller who shares her experience to get a legally registered gun in the anti-gun environment of Washington D.C. Nothing wrong with that, and how many actually read the original series? So, the book serves a great purpose to inform and educate, although not the last word.

From Amazon

published September 3, 2013

In the wake of tragic shootings in Newtown and Aurora, the anti-gun lobby has launched a campaign of lies, distortion, misrepresentation, and emotional manipulation that is breathtaking in its vitriol and its denial of basic facts. Their goal is to take away our Second Amendment rights and then disarm law-abiding Americans.

Emily Miller tells her personal story of how being a single, female victim of a home invasion drove her to try to obtain a legally registered gun in Washington, D.C. The narrative—sometimes shocking, other times hilarious in its absurdity—gives the reader a real life understanding of how gun-control laws only make it more difficult for honest, law-abiding people to get guns, while violent crime continues to rise.

Using facts and newly uncovered research, Miller exposes the schemes politicians
on Capitol Hill, in the White House, and around the country are using to deny people their Second Amendment rights. She exposes the myths that gun grabbers and liberal media use to get new laws passed that infringe on our right to keep and bear arms.

The gun rights debate isn’t just about firearms. It’s about protecting a fundamental right that is enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. It’s about politicians who lie, manipulate, and outright break existing laws to get what they want. It’s about President Obama wanting a bigger federal government to control you. Not just your guns—you. The fight for gun rights is the fight for freedom. Emily Miller says stand up and fight back now because your Second Amendment will only be the first to go.

Get it on Amazon. Be informed.

Washington Times Senior Editor, Emily Miller, Shares Her Experience to Get a Gun In Washington DC

Washington Times Senior Editor, Emily Miller, Shares Her Experience to Get a Gun In Washington DC

Emily Miller WANTS A GUN. Watch the NRA video interview of Emily Miller as she recounts her experience to get a gun, and WHY SHE WANTS AND NEEDS A GUN.

She plans to document her experience and write a guide when she is done to help others through the bureaucratic anti-gun maze in Washington DC.

Read Emily Miller blog here.