I’m having a hard time seeing straight over this one. Apparently, Memphis and Nashville are planning on still banning guns in certain parks, even after the state passed the law saying that they can’t.
Just to catch people up, the final language of the law stated that a carry permit holder can carry in a […]
Credit cards have expiration dates. Laws should too.
When I first started watching TN House Subcommittee meetings, I saw something that has stuck with me: A legislator brought in a bill to remove the prohibition on aquariums in barber shops. Everyone in the room was baffled as to why this was a law in the […]
He’s ordered the closure of an open-air memorial that was privately funded.
He’s ordered the closure of […]
This morning, at around 6am, an “older man” was shot and killed in the parking lot of a local High School.
Guess the shooter didn’t see the giant “NO FIREARMS ALLOWED” signs at the entrance.
I’m going to go ahead and call this:
If the murder rate in Chicago goes up, it will be blamed on concealed carry and preemption*.
If the murder rate in Chicago goes down, it will be attributed to Rahm Emmanuel’s supreme leadership.
*That’s right, Chicago’s handgun ban, AWB, and several other laws are now kaput
“Victims of gun violence” apparently includes terrorists who die in shootouts with police.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut on gun bans:
We lost the first vote, but we’re going to win the last vote.
Emphasis mine. This is the attitude of the left, generally. It’s not over until they win, and then it’s over and no longer up for discussion.
If this is an accurate description of the law as passed, the only way for me to legally carry in Illinois is to take a 16 hour class and pay a $300 fee.
My guess is that with lodging, training, and the fee, it’ll cost me around a thousand dollars. I never go to Illinois, […]
Denied a Chance: How gun control helped a stalker murder my husband
My friend Ken gives a short review here.
At least, I think that’s what this means.