TWG: These companies would be VERY welcomed here in Montana. Besides being a gun-friendly State, we have our “Montana Firearms Freedom Act”, which protects these companies from overreaching federal tentacles.
The Washington Times
Thursday, March 21, 2013
No sooner had Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed three gun-control bills into law Wednesday than the economic backlash began.
Officials at gun equipment manufacturer Magpul Industries confirmed that the company would make good on its vow to leave Colorado if the governor signed the bill to limit ammunition-magazine capacity. The Erie-based manufacturer confirmed on its Facebook page that it will start its transition “almost immediately.
“We will likely become a multi-state operation as a result of this move, and not all locations have been selected,” said the company in a statement, adding that it expects to begin manufacturing its PMAG-brand magazines within 30 days of the bill-signing.
Magpul may be the first firearms-related business to relocate as a result of state gun-control laws, but it probably won’t be the last. Companies in Connecticut, Maryland and New York are considering moves to more gun-friendly pastures as their state legislatures act on restrictive firearms measures similar to those pushed through by state Democrats here.
Founded in 1999, Magpul stands as a relative newcomer to the firearms business, but even companies with hundreds of years of history in their states may look to relocate as a result of political shifts.
In New York, where Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed laws banning so-called assault weapons and limiting magazine capacity to seven rounds, venerable gun manufacturer Remington Arms is being wooed by officials in at least a half-dozen other states.
Mark Kelly may have committed a felony when he purchased his AR-15.
If Mr. Kelly did not intend to keep the AR-15, but to give it to another, he is committing a felony by being a “straw purchaser” under current law, and he must have stated on the ATF Form 4473 that he was buying it for himself, so he committed perjury on the BATF form, also a felony.
TWG: Well, well, well. Looky here. Gun grabbing, opportunistic asshole Mark Kelly, out buying firearms as his latest stunt so he can try to take them away from the law-abiding citizens of this nation. What is this prick going to pull next? Mass murder, to prove how easy it would be with a gun?
by AWR Hawkins 9 Mar 2013, 3:28 PM PDT
Mark E. Kelly, gun-control proponent and husband to former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, recently purchased an AR-15 (an “assault weapon,” he called it)—which he now says he intended as an illustration of the need for more stringent gun laws.
Kelly reportedly bought the AR-15 and a 1911-style semi-automatic pistol at Diamondback Police Supply in Tucson, Arizona.
WHEN do we begin the lawsuits, handcuffs, trials, and punishment?
Hudson City DIMS (aka MARXISTS)
Hudson City Democratic Comm.
Hudson NY 12534
Main Website: hudsoncitydemocrats.org
NY Democrat calls gun rights advocates ‘gun toting tea party psychotards’
A local lawmaker in Hudson, NY is catching some flak after he accused gun rights advocates of being “gun toting Tea Party psychotards” in an email.
“Its really neat that all you gun toting tea party psychotards are so interested in the goings on of our little City,” Hudson Alderman David Marston wrote to Joanna Johnson-Smith — the New York state organizer of Gun Rights Across America — on February 22.
“On the other hand, I guess its not surprising, considering you ideologues aren’t interested in actual policy, but rather grandstanding on mythical narratives of victimization,” Marston continued….
TWG: Hey, Feinstein, you STUPID, FASCIST, EVIL BITCH…… What are some of the other “personal pleasures” and UNALIENABLE RIGHTS you’d like to try to steal from the American Citizens who pay you and who put your fat ass on that throne from which you wag your hooves???? Time for you to go to pasture. Preferrably in handcuffs.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein: Assault guns are unnecessary ‘personal pleasures’
**FILE** Sen. Dianne Feinstein seeks to reimpose weapons bans that expired in 2004. The California Democrat’s current bill would go further than her 1994 law, which was sunsetted. (Associated Press)
The Washington Times
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Just in case you thought the Democratic push for a federal ban on assault weapons might die a quiet death in the House, where Republicans hold the majority, now comes Sen. Dianne Feinstein to assure otherwise.
Assault weapons are “personal pleasure[s]” that should not take precedence over the good of the nation,” she said.
“We will make the case that these weapons do not belong on the streets of our cities,” she said, during an MSNBC appearance. “I recognize it’s an uphill battle. … [But] the mothers, the women, the men of American have to make a decision as to whether their personal pleasure is more important than the general welfare.”
She is vowing to continue to fight for the ban, no matter how long the debate takes.
An all-out ban is constitutional, she said, according to a report in PJ Media. And a Judiciary Committee hearing set for Wednesday is packed with witnesses — U.S. Attorney for Colorado John Walsh, Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, to name a few — who will be making that same argument, PJ Media adds.
“I intend to fight. I did it once before. If it doesn’t get done right now, be assured I will continue to press the case,” she said, in the context of speaking about gun-control proposals that ban assault weapons, according to a PJ Media report.
- February 21, 2013
- By: David Codrea
Just in time to bolster terminology shifting from supporting “gun control” to opposing “gun violence,” Barack Obama’s new “Organizing for Action” group has embraced the meme to mask its aggressive post-election citizen disarmament efforts. To help with that, they’ve invited supporters to share stories that will give the administration the appearance of widespread public support for grabbing gu …uh… enacting “common sense gun laws.”
Disregarding for a moment legitimate fears of government corruption by the president’s unprecedented new “dark money” group, a concern bolstered by OFA’s recent in-your-face violation of IRS rules against 501(c)(4) organizations promoting parties and candidates, and ignoring the by now expected disconnect between insincere pledges of transparency and the actual stifling of outside scrutiny that is the group’s SOP, there may be some value in participating in this “progressive” group grope……(Con’t)