Debunking the Argument that Dan Onorato Supports Sportsmen

In the next few months, you’re going to hear about how Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Onorato is plenty pro-gun.  But how much of that is really true? Most in the media have made the assumption that Onorato is supportive of gun rights simply because he lives outside of the Philadelphia area.  If you look at the...

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A Night at the Races

Gun owners really hit some home runs last night in the 2010 Pennsylvania primary races. Some wins were completely unexpected, and others weren’t what we hoped other than keeping anti-gun leaders down. Here’s a run down of just a few stand out races we were watching for our Second Amendment rights: Lt. Governor –...

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We Don’t Give ‘A’s for Effort

In the pro-Second Amendment movement, politicians know that if they really need to stand up for sportsmen and their rights before they get a reasonable grade. But we don’t give credit just for showing up. However, the anti-gun crowd is in such desperate shape that they do have to give out points for even acknowledging their...

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But Where is He on Castle Doctrine?

Apr 26, 10 But Where is He on Castle Doctrine?

Posted by in State, Tom Corbett

Astute activist Adam Z. isn’t letting any gubernatorial candidates off the hook when it comes to his rights – a lesson that many more gun owners in the Commonwealth might want to take to heart based on some of these responses. Here is the result of today’s q-and-a with Pennsylvania’s Attorney General who is...

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Tom Corbett Live Chat Today

Apr 26, 10 Tom Corbett Live Chat Today

Posted by in State, Tom Corbett

The Allentown Morning Call‘s John Micek has secured all six gubernatorial candidates for live lunchtime chats on his blog, Capitol Ideas. This is your chance to ask the candidate questions important you consider important before you head to the polls in May and November. Today, Micek welcomes Attorney General Tom Corbett to...

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The Colorful Political Scene in Pennsylvania

Apr 17, 10 The Colorful Political Scene in Pennsylvania

Posted by in Governor, US House, US Senate

If you take a look at the latest Cook Political Report survey of Pennsylvania’s races, you just might go color blind. Charlie Cook, the non-partisan analyst, has billed Pennsylvania’s Congressional races some of the most competitive in the country. Two districts – PA-7 and PA-12 – are rated complete...

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Gubernatorial Candidates on Social Media

If you want to keep up with what all of the candidates for Governor are saying to try and win votes, keep up them on social media outlets. It’s a great way to catch semi-candid comments about issues of the day, and sometimes that includes the Second Amendment. Republicans Tom Corbett Twitter: @CorbettForGov Facebook Sam...

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Launch of the PAGunRights YouTube Channel

Yesterday, we launched the brand new PAGunRights YouTube channel to profile videos relevant to Pennsylvania’s gun owners. Our first video is from the January Progressive Summit where all of the Democratic candidates at the time endorsed various forms of gun control. Whether it is government control over how many guns you buy,...

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Hoeffel Denounces Right to Keep & Bear Arms

In an attack on Attorney General Tom Corbett, Joe Hoeffel denounced the 2008 DC v. Heller decision that guaranteed an individual right to arms.

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Petition Challenges 101 for Gunnies

Think things are final for the May primary? Not quite. This week, challenges were lodged against more than 85 candidates to have them booted off of the ballot. Find out how this relates to gun owners and the races we're watching.

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