Second Amendment Foundation – A Few of the Mayors Against Illegal Guns
The Second Amendment Foundation has provided the following image. Some of the Mayors are poor examples of trustworthy public officials, and that should lead one to doubt how seriously we should take them when it comes to their concern for our safety, and their efforts to regulate our guns via gun control.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns
An Image provided by the Second Amendment Foundation.
See the original image here.
Dave Workman reports on the upcoming Gun Rights Policy Conference to be held in Orlando. The slate of speakers and topics to be discussed are impressive.
The 27th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference convenes one week from today at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport hotel, and this year’s event will underscore the rising interest in gun ownership, and how that may affect the November election.
Sponsored by the Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, the GRPC theme this year is “Elect Liberty.” As noted by this column here and here, the conference will feature appearances by researcher John Lott and gun rights hero Otis McDonald. . . .
Read more about the Gun Rights Policy Conference here
Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) Challenges California Assault Weapons Gun Ban
The California Assault Weapons Ban will be challenged. It has been used twice on Brendan John Richards, an honorably discharged Marine and Iraq war. Charges against Richards were dropped both times. More details are available from news sources found below.
Read more at the Examiner.
From the Sacramento Bee:
The Second Amendment Foundation has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of California’s ban on so-called “assault weapons,” claiming that the statute is “vague and ambiguous” in its definition of assault weapons, leading to the arrest of a California man on two different occasions.
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Read rest of article at Sacramento Bee here.
SAF – Second Amendment Foundation Gun Rights Policy Conference – Sept 23, 24, 25 2011 in Chicago
This is a Pro Gun Rights Policy Conference, and I sure wish I could attend. Maybe next year.
They have an incredible line up of guest speakers and topics planned for the weekend.
The conference is free and so are the materials. The only thing one pays for is the hotel room and travel, and meals outside of the regularly scheduled.
If anyone reading this attends the conference and would like to share any of their experience, photos, videos, materials, anything, please contact me here.
Gun Rights Policy Conference Flyer
Gun Rights Policy Conference Agenda