The best Attorney General that anti-gun political donor Mike Bloomberg’s money could buy is facing possible criminal charges at the recommendation of a grand jury. According to sources, the grand jury recommended perjury and contempt of court for the Attorney General’s role in leaking confidential grand jury materials to the press in order to embarrass opponents.
Candidates who cozy up to Mike Bloomberg get more than half a million dollars in free advertising based on what he’s doing for the anti-gun Attorney General candidate here in Pennsylvania.
The Attorney General has decided to take her gun control campaign to the national airwaves and claim that the Commonwealth’s citizens would happily accept new restrictions on their rights.
Which Pennsylvania lawmakers sought or ran on NRA’s endorsement and have not signed on to support the current national reciprocity bill, H.R. 2959? While looking at the list of co-sponsors with an eye on those from Pennsylvania, I found some key names left off of the sponsors list. These are the members of the Pennsylvania…
After proudly embracing an extreme gun control agenda presented by Pennsylvania’s primary state anti-gun group, Kathleen Kane has told the media that she plans to jump right into changing the role of the Attorney General’s office when it comes to gun policies.
Just as promised on the campaign trail, Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Kathleen Kane, is now “modifying” reciprocity agreements to restrict carry in the Keystone State. Pennsylvania residents who have Florida permits can keep them, but they will no longer be valid in Pennsylvania. More importantly, non-Florida non-residents with Florida licenses to carry can no longer carry…
Many gun owners don’t participate in Pennsylvania’s judicial elections, but a recent opinion shows why their decisions have a huge impact on our rights.