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…
Senate Democrats sought a Republican to help them forge a gun control bill. Unfortunately, it appears as though Pennsylvania’s Senator Toomey volunteered to assist. We need to make our voices heard–now.
Lancaster’s City Council is expected to vote on Tuesday to support Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Guns & local gun owners are organizing opposition.
Anti-gun Senators kept the contents of their so-called background check bill quiet until after it passed from the Judiciary Committee. Now that we know what is in it, it appears the goal is to set up so many legal problems for gun owners that nearly every single one could face felony charges.
President Obama is spending big bucks on a Twitter campaign today to target three PA lawmakers he thinks he can cause problems for with Second Amendment issues.
In Lackawanna County, the sheriff is posting extra hours due to concealed carry license demand spikes. This is a great opportunity to reach out to other gun owners who want to defend our rights.
If every new gun buyer who rushed out during the last month to purchase a rifle or magazine contacted Congress, our rights would not be in so much danger. Here are non-controversial ways that gun stores and commercial ranges can help mobilize these new shooters for for political action.
We gun owners know that we have a huge community with online email lists and forums, rod and gun clubs, and commercial shooting ranges with active shooting leagues. But how do we turn all of those connections into meaningful political action? Here are specific ideas.
When you want to show the potential political power of the pro-gun electorate, here is one great measure that gives some indication of the interest in gun rights in each Pennsylvania county.
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 Many states, including Pennsylvania, have repealed nearly all of these blue laws that were originally enacted in order to regulate personal religious or moral behavior.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.
Since the Senate passed Castle Doctrine by a 45-5 vote this week, Gov. Tom Corbett’s office has reiterated his support of the bill several times. Â His spokesman told the media that he still plans to sign the legislation. Now anti-gun activists have started their attacks.
Joint Statement by Wayne LaPierre, NRA Executive Vice President & CEO, and Chris Cox, Executive Director of NRAâ€™s Institute for Legislative Action There may be no vote a United States Senator casts that is more important than a vote to confirm a nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court. Now that the Court has clearly stated…
(cross posted from PAFOA) Tomorrow, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Castle Doctrine legislation â€“ a move weâ€™ve been waiting on since November 19 when they held a hearing! However, it comes at a price. In addition to the vote on the important self-defense reforms, the committee is planning to vote on…