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No Good Reason for D.C.’s Concealed Carry Restriction

Published on July 30, 2017 By sirrahc

“The point of the Amendment isn’t to ensure that some guns would find their way into D.C., but that guns would be available to each responsible citizen as a rule.”  — Judge Thomas B. Griffith, D.C. Appellate Court Time to mark one in the ‘WIN’ column for defenders of the Second Amendment! Once upon a […]

The DISCLOSE Act and “Has the NRA Lost Its Way?”

Published on June 21, 2010 By sirrahc
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series DISCLOSE Act

What are they thinking?! The National Rifle Association (NRA) just cut a deal with the Democrats. This deal will protect the NRA from some obnoxious requirements in a proposed bill, but at the expense of the free-speech rights of many other groups. And, it’s not exactly terrific for the gun lobby, either. Before we get […]

Commerce, Jurisdiction and Firearms Freedom Acts

Published on May 15, 2010 By sirrahc

Today’s guest post is another tie-in to my earlier post about “Montana Made” law. This one comes from Houston attorney Jeff Matthews, courtesy of the Tenth Amendment Center. Enjoy! ===== Commerce, Jurisdiction and Firearms Freedom Acts State efforts to reclaim their jurisdiction are great. But in some respects, the states are still showing signs of […]

Was Jesus a Sword Toting Conspiracy Theorist?

Published on May 12, 2010 By sirrahc

As a follow-up of sorts to my last post, I have a guest post from my friend, Jamie Davis, of “Durable Faith” blog. ======= Was Jesus a Sword Toting Conspiracy Theorist? Jesus was actually pretty clear on self-defense, telling his disciples: “If you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one…” Many Christians […]

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