Teen Vogue and the Demanding Moms; a match made in gun control heaven . . . Troian Bellisario Speaks Out Against Gun Violence in Boyfriend Loophole PSA Video – “Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario is using her platform to speak out against gun violence. In a video PSA created in collaboration with ATTN: and the gun safety grassroots organization Everytown for Gun Safety, Troian breaks down the problems with the so-called ‘boyfriend loophole.'” ‘Pretty little liars’ just about covers it, no?
Oregon counties’ gun measures spark debate – “A measure challenging gun regulations is popping up around the state. Since 2015, four counties have passed a measure known as the Second Amendment Preservation ordinance, and commissioners in Malheur, Union and Lake counties have heard the same measure in the past few weeks. The ordinance is a reaction to the Oregon Firearms Safety Act, passed by the state Legislature in 2015, which requires background checks for transfers of firearms between private parties. These county ordinances allow sheriffs to ignore this law – which gun advocates see as unconstitutional.” If Portland can ignore immigration laws, why not Second Amendment sanctuary counties?
When it comes to guns, federal agencies have no recall power – “He adds a now federal class action lawsuit to force the rifle maker to fix more than 6 million rifles in circulation before 2006 wouldn’t have been needed had Remington voluntarily recalled and retrofitted the guns. And lives would have been saved. But under federal law, consumer agencies were powerless to order a recall. A consumer protection act passed in 1972 specifically exempts firearms and ammo from government recall’s. At the heart of the exception: The Second Amendment.”
‘We must brainwash people about guns‘ . . . Judicial Watch: Eric Holder’s Anti-Trump Gig to Pay $25k/mo for 40hrs Work – “Judicial Watch announced today that on January 12, 2017, it obtained records from the California Legislature Joint Rules Committee revealing that the Legislature will pay the law firm of former Obama U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. $25,000 a month for 40 hours of work each month for providing ‘legal strategies regarding potential actions of the federal government that may be of concern to the State of California.’ The contract precludes any other litigation or advocacy work.”