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.
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.
Pennsylvania gun owners should know that voting in 2012 won’t be like voting in previous elections. It’s not just the candidates on the ballot, but the actual process of casting a ballot. Learn more about it here.
Hunting isn’t just about getting out in the woods to bring home a harvest. Many hunters in Pennsylvania have contributed to helping the hungry by donating their game to local food banks. Find out exactly what kind of positive impact our hunters have for those less fortunate through this research from NSSF.
Opponents of hunting on Sunday have gone on the attack – claiming that NRA members who live, hunt, and shoot here in Pennsylvania should not be counted as local support for ending one of the few remaining blue laws in the country.
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 Many states, including Pennsylvania, have repealed nearly all of these blue laws that were originally enacted in order to regulate personal religious or moral behavior.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.
Here is the text of the Sunday hunting resolution passed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission this week.
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.
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.
A study shows that Pennsylvania could create more than 4,400 more jobs that generate wages topping $99 million – and all we need to do is repeal one of the last remaining blue laws against hunting in the country. Residents can now speak out on this important outdoor heritage issue that also affects our economic prosperity.
About 200 people participated in a protest march on the NRA Annual Meeting, and we went to talk to a few of them about what inspired them to participate in the event, what they believed was happening inside the convention, how they felt about concealed carry, and how they view the Second Amendment.
Senator Richard Alloway highlights the issues of passing Castle Doctrine in a press release while PAGunRights.com has a conversation with NRA’s lobbyist to discuss the potential legislative deals that have been rumored around the state.