Guns In The News
Today, the synagogues that believe in God, Jews are taking the prophet’s advice. “Do not fear them, remember the Great and Awesome God, fight for your brethren, for your sons and daughters, for your wives and your houses.” (Nehemiah 4:8)
Gun rights advocates got shut out in Washington State on Tuesday, when more than 60 percent of the voters gave a thumbs up to one of the nation’s most restrictive gun laws on the books. That puts Washington near the top of the list for the title of state with the most gun control.
There can be no sense of complacency, as gun control activists have been quietly building the infrastructure necessary to move with lightning speed whenever an exploitable tragedy presents itself. They will certainly be ready for any chance they can get, which means pro-gun Americans must remain equally ready to oppose them.
In talking with regular people in Europe, it’s clear there are many who envy our country for the freedoms so many of us take for granted. And if there is one thing they’d like us to take away from their experiences, it’s to never let so-called “progressive” incrementalism nibble away at those freedoms.
The results are still trickling in on Wednesday, but we’re getting a clearer picture of what we can expect when it comes to the next two years for gun laws in the United States.
As a Senator, Laura Kelly voted to take away your ability to defend yourself because she didn’t think you deserved to exercise that right. As Governor, Laura Kelly will oppose our 2nd Amendment rights even more furiously.
The Marine veteran who murdered 12 people in California this week had PTSD and was likely prescribed medications tied to most mass shootings.
Much of the fight on gun rights is happening in the states.