Ordinarily I would not bestir myself on this subject, since so many others devote far more time to it, but we are watching the progress of Florida SB 234 with great interest, since it will allow open carry for concealed weapon carriers here in the Sunshine State. For the record, the only reason this interests […]
I have one question about this article. Can anyone guess the question and then give me an actual legal answer?
I think my eyes might just roll out of my head*… A new report to the Connecticut state legislature shows police have used the state’s unique gun seizure law to confiscate more than 1,700 firearms from citizens based on suspicion that the gun owners might harm themselves or others. The state’s law permits police to […]
Posted by Hazel Stone | Filed under Heroes
What happens when you bring Stupid to a gunfight: A West Palm Beach man pulled out a gun in an argument with two supermarket managers, who then whipped out their own guns, police said Tuesday. The man fired into the store and at one of the managers, but no one was injured, police said. I […]
O rly? Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world’s largest retailer, unveiled plans on Monday to film its gun sales in the United States and create a computerized log of purchases in a bid to stop guns falling into the wrong hands. Well, there’s a simple enough solution for that…don’t buy guns at Wal-Mart. In fact, don’t […]
Posted by Mad Rocket Scientist | Filed under Guest Authors
(Guest blogger: Mad Rocket Scientist from Afternoons With the Mad Rocket Scientist) Join any online discussion about gun rights and gun control, and you are bound at some point to see the above statement. It is ubiquitous and has become an almost a Godwin type statement (usually appearing alongside Nazi and Holocaust references). The statement […]