As reason.com pronounces, “Some people might balk at a president who threatens to rule by decree when Congress insists on exercising its constitutional right to approve and disapprove legislation, but maybe that’s a bit old fashioned in our senescent republic. Still, a potential President Clinton’s gun control agenda is likely to founder no matter how many strokes of the pen flow from her desk because of the opposition of the very people to whom they’re supposed to apply.” Meaning Americans who value their gun rights. Irish democracy? If you thought you’d seen it on display in Connecticut and New York, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet . . .
Hoosiers Are Flocking To Buy Guns In Record Numbers – “It’s not just a red state phenomenon either. Delaware has seen a spike in gun salesand carry permits. Iowa has experienced the same thing, which has some gun stores struggling to keep up with demand. In Michigan and Minnesota, carry permits are also on the rise. In Pennsylvania, their numbers suggest that residents try to buy 97 gunsevery hour.” And the election is still seven months away.
Ubiñas: Philly man’s campaign: Black Guns Matter – “What if we stopped trying to get guns off the streets and instead started licensing young men in Philly to legally pack heat? Do I have your attention?” Why yes. Yes, you do.
Pirates becoming a problem where you live and work? Battle Rifle Company has the answer: “Continuing to develop rifles for Maritime Security use, the next generation rifle- The BR4 Cutlass was created. The Cutlass is a Free Float version of the Trident rifle specifically designed for MARSEC (Maritime Security) operations and Shipboard usage. Built with care to ensure long lasting life in extreme conditions, the BR4 Cutlass, with extended rail and low profile gas block, allows for more accessories to be installed and suited perfectly for shipboard, coastal and all-weather operations.”
Fifteen down, 485 more to go.
Suit to allow guns at Botanical Garden may go forward, court rules – “The unanimous decision released today did not say Phillip Evans, a member of GeorgiaCarry.org, could bring his firearm on his next trip to the garden. Instead the ruling, written by Justice Carol Hunstein, said the lower court should not have dismissed the lawsuit on the grounds that it did and the justice sent the matter back to the lower court to reconsider.” Open carry marches on.
April Capped a Record-Setting Year for Gun Purchases – The People of the Gun have spoken — with their wallets.