At least that’s what Connecticut was called when I was in school a half-century ago. Times change, I guess. This is from a press release from Connecticut Against Gun Violence.
A coalition of state Gun Rights Prevention Groups will be holding a press conference on Thursday, April 3, at 10:00 am at the State Capitol, 3rd Floor, Old Judiciary Room.
(H/T, Say Uncle) Kinda makes me wonder what other parts of the Bill of Rights these folks might view as expendable.
Prof. Reynolds examines the prefatory clause of the Second Amendment—”A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State”—and asks some interesting questions.
Read the whole thing.
Dan Haar of the Hartford Courant seems unhappy that an overwhelming percentage of gun owners have failed to register their “assault weapons” under Connecticut’s recently enacted law. He wants the law to be enforced.
Emerson wrote a poem about an attempted assault weapons ban and confiscation. It begins
By the rude bridge that arched the flood …
If the opinion leaders in New England 240 years ago had been like Mr. Haar, our national anthem would be God Save the Queen.
Gabby Giffords: “Congress Is Afraid Of The Gun Lobby”
Gun owners in Connecticut don’t seem to be complying with the recently enacted unconstitutional “assault weapon” and normal-capacity magazine registration law.
Civil disobedience in support of a civil right. Good.
Dr. Helen Smith takes down a bigot. Read the whole thing.
Emily Miller reports in the Washington Times that
Beretta has eliminated Virginia from its short list of states to move its company because anti-gun Democrat Terry McAuliffe was elected governor.
The firearms manufacturer made the decision to scratch Virginia off the list after the McAuliffe campaign fixated on restricting gun owners’ rights after receiving over $1 million in campaign donations from billionaire New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
Beretta is leaving Maryland because of the state government’s anti-gun policies.