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Good: 12 states on path to guns with no permits Colorado, Iowa, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota and Virgina have no-permit-needed legislation in the works. They’d join Alaska, Arizona, Vermont and Wyoming. South Dakota is just waiting for the governor’s signature.

23 State Attorneys General To Attorney General Holder: “No Semi-Auto Ban”

Via the NRA-ILA: On June 11, the top law enforcement officials of nearly half the states signed a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, expressing their opposition to reinstatement of the federal ban on semi-automatic firearms. “We share the Obama Administration’s commitment to reducing illegal drugs and violent crime within the United States. We […]

Guns in Church Day

Gun-loving pastor to his flock: Piece be with you Louisville, Kentucky: A Kentucky pastor is inviting his flock to bring guns to church to celebrate the Fourth of July and the Second Amendment. New Bethel Church is welcoming “responsible handgun owners” to wear their firearms inside the church June 27, a Saturday. An ad says […]

Not Exactly Under the Radar

Those watching things closely may have noticed a trend: Gun sales jump (Utah) Area gun sales spike (Alabama) Gun sales rise in Ohio, stay flat in Ross County (Ohio) Gun sales shoot up after Election Day (Colorado) Gun sales up, supplies down (Texas) S.D. gun shops see rise in sales (South Dakota) Gun, ammo sales […]

Louisville or Bust…preferably Louisville

I’m headed down to the 2nd Amendment Blog Bash at the NRA Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, today. Looking forward to meeting a bunch of great folks. And even some gun bloggers if I have time. Hah Hah! Sometimes I crack myself up. Anyway. I’ll be on the road for a while today but I’ve […]

2A Blog Bash

Don’t forget the Second Amendment Blog Bash: Join other bloggers in Louisville for the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting! It runs May 16-18. Murdoc hopes to be there.

Guns on campus in Kentucky?

Jeff Soyer points out a Democrat (yes, you read that right) fighting for the right to bear arms on public university property in Kentucky. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Bob Damron, is opposed by Rep. Kathy Stein, chairwoman of the House Judiciary Committee. He called her a “gun control Sally.” Of course, this always pits gun […]