Tag: Guns

Gun Rights: Death By A Thousand Cuts

As much as I hate to admit it, they’re never going to just “come and take it”. Disarmament of American gun owners and the death of their rights will be a very gradual and well-disguised process. There obviously is not enough support for such extreme measures of gun control, given that 43% of all American households own at least one firearm. They won’t be coming for your shotguns and bolt action rifles and commonly owned handguns… yet.

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Pelosi Sneaks More Gun Control Onto Violence Against Women Act

Thomas DiGennaro | @tom.digennaro

In 1994 then-Senator Joe Biden, under Bill Clinton’s presidency, passed the Violence Against Women Act. Every five years since then, Congress reauthorizes the act. The bill allowed for the creation of the Office of Violence Against Women within the Department of Justice. It also allocates funding for such. Rep Karen Bass (D-CA) bought the 2019 reauthorization to the floor of the House of Representatives, labeled HR 1585 of the 116th Congress. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi managed to sneak some red-flag type gun control provisions onto the bill.

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Are Politicians Just Using Muslims to Ban Guns?

Ryan Lau | @RyanLau71R

Last Friday, a lone gunman entered two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, opening fire and killing 50. All of these people were innocent Muslims who were simply partaking in Friday prayer. As a result, many politicians across the globe are calling to end hate towards Muslims and increase gun control. Particularly in the United States, though, most of these voices are wildly inconsistent. The majority of Congress, according to voting records and funding they accept, cares very little for Muslims. Or, at least, they have no regard for the ones overseas. In reality, it looks like quite a few politicians are simply using Muslims as a tool to ban guns.

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An Update on FPC’s Fight Against the Bump Stock Ban

Thomas DiGennaro | @tom.digennaro

On March 26th, the bump-stock ban officially went into effect. President Trump’s administration issued the ban back in December of 2018. From the start, Firearms Policy Coalition has been engaging in fundraising efforts and litigation to combat the ban.

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The Bump Stock Ban: What You Need to Know

Thomas DiGennaro | @tom.digennaro

Today, March 26th, the Trump administration’s bump stock ban officially moves into effect. In December of 2018, Trump issued the rule that banned bump stocks. This ban came in wake of the Las Vegas massacre and the Parkland school shooting.

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