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Gun Sense
It's time for gun control reform. Carrying guns into public restaurants and bars only lays ground work for potential trouble. The Supreme Court has ruled that the Second Amendment does not…

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Protecting Your Second Amendment Rights
PA State Rep. Rick Saccone highlights legislation to protect your Second Amendment rights from unconstitutional municipal gun control ordinances.

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Oct 202014

The owner of the Boscawen pizza parlor looked uncomfortably at the 45 mm handgun strapped to Robert Forsythes hip.

The gun was legal, Forsythe told him reassuringly. A Republican candidate for a House seat in Merrimack County District 8, Forsythe who pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon without a permit earlier this year has campaigned almost entirely on Second Amendment issues.

Sometimes, he said, when asked whether people get nervous around the gun or question him about it. They never say anything, really. If they do, its usually a chance for him to educate them about existing gun laws.

The gun is legal because New Hampshire has long been an open carry state, where residents can carry a handgun without a permit as long as its visible. After his arrest, Forsythe got his concealed weapon permit, which allows him to carry the gun hidden from view or with him in a car something that isnt legal under the open carry law.

The focus of Forsythes campaign is something candidates expect will create controversy during the next legislative session: the prospect of constitutional carry. Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona and Vermont are among the states that have constitutional carry, in which a government-issued license to carry isnt mandated.

I would co-sponsor constitutional carry, and if I cant push that through, Ill at least try to sponsor legislation to allow loaded rifles in cars. Nobody ever uses a rifle in road rage, said Forsythe, a 32-year-old former U.S. Army medic.

Issues such as the economy, Medicaid expansion and Northern Pass are secondary to Second Amendment issues for Forsythe, and he isnt shy about it.

Its been proven many times . . . the more armed citizens you have, the safer you are, Forsythe said.

The gun-regulation divide surfaced again recently after the state Department of Safetys changes to the concealed carry license application prompted pushback from gun-rights activists. Constitutional carry discussions will be taken up this next session, said Pat Sullivan, executive director of the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police.

This keeps rearing its head in many different forms, Sullivan said. What we have currently works, and if its not broken, dont try to fix it.

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A campaign to carry



National Second Amendment Day, A call to Action!

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State legislators are concerned about Second Amendment rights so much so that the Senate has passed a bill that would prohibit local regulation of firearms or ammunition.

State Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, R-Brockway, announced Friday that the senate passed House Bill 80 by a vote of 34 to 14 on Thursday.

State Rep. Martin Causer, R-Turtlepoint, said he supports the bill that would put a stop to local laws or ordinances attempting to regulate firearms or ammunition.

Now the bill is in the hands of the state House of Representatives following Thursdays vote.

I think its very much needed, Causer said, who was a co-sponsor of the original House Bill.

Causer said the measure promotes uniformity in regards to firearms across Pennsylvania. People traveling throughout the state would not have to worry about local gun laws being different.

Scarnati says the legislation would protect Pennsylvanians Second Amendment rights.

This legislation is a commonsense measure to not change, but simply clarify current law, Scarnati said. Senate Bill 80 clarifies existing law to ensure that firearms and ammunition laws are consistent across Pennsylvania.

There has never been such an issue across the region, Causer said, but he sees a problem in southern Pennsylvania, especially Philadelphia.

Causer said the bill would let an individual or organization sue to block or overturn a local ordinance. If successful, the individual would be able to recoup expenses, including attorney fees, costs, and lost income from employment, according to Scarnati.

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Gun-advocate votes could sway election

D.C.’s police chief expects to issue concealed carry permits after the application process opens later this month, despite concerns from Second Amendment advocates that the law is too restrictive.

At a Council hearing on the License to Carry a Pistol Amendment Act, created in response to a court ruling that found D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns in public to be unconstitutional, Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier suggested three changes to the law as written.

Lanier wants the bill to limit the concealed carry of handguns on the grounds and in the parking areas of government buildings, and doesn’t want taxi drivers to be able to carry while transporting passengers. The bill currently prohibits carrying handguns in certain buildings, like schools and bars, and on public transportation.

Much more complicated is the limiting of carrying near motorcades and the process through which people with permits should be notified.

“Licensees will be required to know about law,” Lanier said, adding that pedestrian movement and traffic is limited when motorcades are going through an area. “It’s a very visible shutdown.”

Lanier said that police should not have to notify a person with a concealed carry permit verbally that they cannot carry near motorcades or well-publicized events that prohibit guns. “Event organizers should not have to hire police officers to say guns are prohibited,” she said.

The question of licensing people with mental illnesses was also a sticking point.

In addition to searching national and local databases, Arthur Parker from the Office of the Attorney General said the city will rely on self-disclosure to discover mental illnesses that would prohibit concealed carry.

“I wish i could tell you there’s some guarantee, but there’s not,” Lanier told Councilmember Yvette Alexander of keeping guns out of the hands of people with a dangerous mental illness.

Under the bill, applicants will have to prove they have a “legitimate need” to carry a handgun in public. This would not include living in a neighborhood where crime is common, but being the victim of stalking would be a legitimate reason, according to officials.

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Defend Your Rights, Defeat Patrick Henry Hays in Arkansas
Patrick Henry Hays opposes your gun rights and actively seeks to diminish our Second Amendment rights throughout the nation. It's time to Stand and Fight in Arkansas. Get out and vote for French…

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Defend Your Rights, Defeat Rick Nolan in Minnesota
Rick Nolan opposes your gun rights and actively seeks to diminish our Second Amendment rights throughout the nation. It's time to Stand and Fight in Minnesota. Get out and vote for Stewart…

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Dear Editor: Scott Walker is endorsed with an A+ rating by the NRA; he will protect your Second Amendment Rights. He signed Wisconsin’s “concealed carry” law, making it clear you can protect yourself in public, and the “castle doctrine” law, making it clear you can protect yourself in your home. He supports the state constitutional amendment guaranteeing your right to keep and bear arms, and supports Wisconsin’s hunting heritage.

Mary Burke will give us the same extremist Democrat ideology, more gun control, no enforcement of the laws on the books, budget deficits, less private-sector jobs, higher taxes. Burke shares Obama’s “hope and change” philosophy, which tested becomes “despair and lawlessness.”

Scott Walker cut taxes, reforms that give the average family an extra $322 to spend. Walker revealed his platform for a second term: more tax cuts, continue the freeze on UW System and technical college tuition, replace Common Core academic standards with an in-state alternative. Wisconsin’s voter ID law is backed by Walker as well as drug testing for anyone requesting unemployment or food stamps. Taxpayers who pay the bill for those needing help want assurance those who seek help take steps to help themselves.

Sallie Helmer

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Not everyone supports the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

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Letter: Its not what they say, its how they vote

SOLOMON LEACH, Daily News Staff Writer leachs@phillynews.com, 215-854-5903 Posted: Wednesday, October 15, 2014, 3:01 AM

A STATE Senate committee yesterday shot down a proposal that would have given the governor the authority to abolish the School Reform Commission, the body that oversees the Philadelphia School District.

The Senate Appropriations Committee voted down the amendment along party lines, 14-9, with no Republicans supporting it. The committee also rejected a second amendment that would have required the SRC to provide 48 hours’ notice before holding a meeting. Both amendments were attached to a bill regarding home-schooling.

Currently, the SRC would have to vote to dissolve itself, with the permission of the secretary of education.

State Sen. Vincent Hughes, of Philadelphia, who sponsored the amendments, said he is disappointed in the result, but satisfied that lawmakers got their message across.

“The transparency issue, I think everyone should be concerned about,” said Hughes, the top Democrat on the committee. “No one is going to lose sight of how they behaved.”

Hughes crafted the amendments after the SRC unilaterally canceled the district’s contract with the teachers union last week and imposed health-care benefits changes, which he called a “cowardly” act.

A movement to get rid of the five-member commission was gaining steam even before last week’s actions. City Council recently approved a nonbinding resolution for the May ballot asking voters whether they wanted to abolish the SRC. Tom Wolf, the Democratic candidate for governor, has said he favors that change.

Despite yesterday’s defeat, Hughes said he would not rule out trying to get a vote on the amendments by the full Senate before its final session today. If that is unsuccessful, he will reintroduce it next year.

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Love the outdoors and being Minnesotan pilotnews@pilotindependent.com The Pilot Independent

I received a mailing urging me to vote for Stewart Mills because he loves the outdoors and respects the Second Amendment. I, too, love the outdoors and respect the Second Amendment.

I have a conceal/carry permit. I hunt deer and small game. I manage our 260 acres of woodlands for healthy habitat for game animals and other wildlife, including the golden wing warbler. Fortunately, our private right to bear arms already has been secured by the decision of the US Supreme Court.

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Stronhold: A Second Amendment
This is basically a walkthrough/playthrough–whatever you want to call it of a particular stronghold takeover, A Second Amendment. These will be with the Fac…

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Firearm Safety Class Part 1 of 5
The Second Amendment University firearm safety class introduction film. If you live in the Heart of Florida area and would like to attend one of our many firearm safety classes, please visit…

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Firearm Safety Class Part 2 of 5
The Second Amendment University film on firearm safety and rules for safe gun handling. If you live in the Heart of Florida area and would like to attend one of our many firearm safety classes,…

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Firearm Safety Class Part 3 of 5
The Second Amendment University film on the fundamentals of ammunition and ammunition safety. If you live in the Heart of Florida area and would like to attend one of our many firearm safety…

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Firearm Safety Class Part 4 of 5
The Second Amendment University film on firearm operations and handling. If you live in the Heart of Florida area and would like to attend one of our many firearm safety classes, please visit…

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Firearm Safety Class Part 5 of 5
The Second Amendment University film on the fundamentals of marksmanship. If you live in the Heart of Florida area and would like to attend one of our many firearm safety classes, please visit…

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