Category Archives: Second Amendment

In honor of our nation’s veterans

As a nation we tend to talk about ‘rights’ and ‘freedoms’ as if they were something inevitable.  But a quick look around the world will demonstrate the folly of that assumption.  The ‘freedoms’ we enjoy and the ‘rights’ we claim … Continue reading

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D.C. announces intent to make permitting system “as restrictive as possible”

It was no surprise when a 90 day stay was granted in the case of Palmer v. D.C.   And it should come as no surprise that D.C. is planning to use that time to make sure that whatever system ultimately … Continue reading

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The devil is in the details with proposed NFA trust changes

As of last Monday’s Federal Register, we now have the full text of the proposed regulatory changes that the Obama Administration is pushing to close what they are calling the ‘trust loophole’ and it is far worse than I had … Continue reading

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