Here’s a preview of the federal races that Pennsylvania gun owners need to be watching as we inch closer to primary & general elections.
Rep. Steve Santarsiero told folks in December that the continued ownership of semi-automatic rifles was a “loophole” that must be closed in Pennsylvania – in other words, confiscation. Now he has launched a new organization from Bucks County to push his agenda in Harrisburg.
State Rep. Greg Lucas announced that he’ll soon sponsor legislation allowing trained and licensed school personnel to carry firearms.
In Pennsylvania, we’ve got the following reports from various politicians calling for more restrictions on law-abiding gun owners, both federal and local.
It seems like every election, we have at least one race right here in Pennsylvania that was determined by a razor-thin margin. Here is a look at the close races for gun owners.
Though today’s headlines will focus on the presidential race, gun owners around Pennsylvania were watching many other races around the Commonwealth last night. Here’s a look at how those turned out.
Many gun owners and hunters are taking a closer look at another issue that has been up for debate for years now – opening hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania. Many states, including Pennsylvania, have repealed nearly all of these blue laws that were originally enacted in order to regulate personal religious or moral behavior. Only a small minority maintain their blue laws against hunting.
Based on the smiles on their faces and the speed of their social network updates, more than a few lawmakers were genuinely excited to see Gov. Tom Corbett sign the important self-defense bill into law. Here’s a roundup of statements, tweets, and other posting by lawmakers who fought so hard to pass Castle Doctrine this year.
Governor Tom Corbett has signed Pennsylvania Castle Doctrine legislation into law. This common-sense measure permits law-abiding citizens to use force, including deadly force, against an attacker in their home and any place where they have a legal right to be.
Take a listen to why Representatives Stephen Bloom & Scott Perry are supporting the Castle Doctrine here in Pennsylvania. This informative video highlights their support of YOUR rights.
Gun control advocates from New York, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into Pennsylvania in order to promote the Mike Bloomberg agenda & New York-style gun control in Tuesday’s elections. Â The good news is that NRA members spoke up and told him that we would not let him buy our elections…
Due to the delayed votes over Castle Doctrine in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives & Senate, the NRA magazines that landed in today’s mailboxes are incorrect. One very important race deserves attention from voters, and we’ve got updates on other races around the Bucks County area vital for gun owners. Rob Ciervo HAS been endorsed…
To the surprise of many gun owners, the battle to pass a simple self-defense law that allows you to defend yourself from attack on your own property was delayed for months by a small minority of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. This comes as even more of a shock if you only look at the…