The enemies of freedom not only are smart but devious as well.
Compromising is a risky business. But Gottlieb and Feldman somehow think there’s enough good stuff in the bill to go along with it.
The Colorado sheriffs are about to take the first step in what is likely to be a long journey to rectify and repair the damage done by the legislature to our rights as citizens to keep and bear arms.
What a contrast to Colorado! Imagine a legislature and a governor that overwhelmingly support the Second, Ninth and Tenth Amendment as well as the state’s constitution and is willing to challenge the national government’s alleged authority on gun issues. Just imagine.
Read more ...
Heap has guts. He failed to talk about how he is going to enforce, or ignore, the raft of new laws coming to Colorado in July, but his rant on Obama’s hypocrisy is a pleasure to watch.
Just imagine the furor that will erupt if and when a Secret Service agent actually uses his firearm to forcibly arrest a sheriff who refuses to enforce one of Colorado’s unenforceable and unconstitutional laws. If he fires his weapon, all bets are off.
This new law does nothing to prevent a repeat of Newtown while doing everything to infringe further on innocent gun owners’ rights to keep and bear arms in the state of Connecticut.
Neither lawmakers nor parents of victims of the Newtown shooting used logic or clear thinking or even – Heaven forbid – facts from interfering with their next step towards completing their agenda of disarming law-abiding citizens.
71 years ago today an overzealous general, following unconstitutional orders from his commander-in-chief, started deporting American citizens living in California for the crime of being Japanese.
Just another tool in the totalitarians’ kit of tools to install a dictatorship.