South Carolina House bill, H3025, just recently passed the second reading in the House, 90-18, and although it still has to pass a third reading, any amendments made during the third reading must pass unanimously. From the Facebook page of Alan Clemmons member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, representing District 107, since 2002 and co-author of the bill;
It seems all you need, to call yourself a “legitimate” source of public polling is a huge money-backer and a large mailing list, and General Social Survey (GSS) and National Opinion Research Center (NORC), seem to be a two-headed monster…
“You were not trying to rob me? Do you just get into random people’s car? You thought I was your friend? So you woke up stupid this morning?
The recent News has been filled with discussions of “institutionalized racism” within law enforcement, a “disenfranchised” black community and general racial divisions across the board. The video below would seem to validate all of those claims, but does it?
Some have called the U.S. government’s response to increased ISIS/ISIL threats against America, Operation “Fetal Position.” Increased threat levels, recommending military members and their families remove military related bumper stickers from their vehicles and military…
Brantley Gilbert Shows Off Second Amendment Tattoos and the anti-gun nuts lampoon him on Twitter and Facebook. The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, formerly known as The National Coalition To Ban Handguns, took to Facebook with a revision of Brantley’s tattoo.
After a slew of circuit court opinions that upheld the individual right to bear arms, it is no surprise that this ruling comes from one of America’s progressive bastions. Even less surprising is the lack of an actual argument on behalf of the majority.
The New Hampshire State House of Representatives is making a statement today as they voted to adopt SB 116, or legislation more commonly referred to as Constitutional Carry. The bill if becomes law, would repeal…
Warning their members of further gun-control efforts during the waning years of the Obama administration, Wayne LaPierre, the NRA executive vice president and CEO is calling