In Trinidad and Tobago, legally obtaining a gun is not easy. The problem is that much power is vested in the Chief of Police, and there is a long tradition of delaying permits or ignoring appeals.
The Hearings of the National Firearms Act of 1934 provide an immensely valuable resource in understanding the intentions of the law. It provides a good look at how the intricacies and provisions of the first really significant Federal Firearms law concerning individuals, came to be.
Finally some hard hitting proof by way of the Presidential Pardons showing that progressive radicals like Obama, funded by foreigners like Soros, and backed up by billionaires like Bloomberg don’t give a rat’s ass about gun crime.
President Obama was recently quoted as saying to Fareed Zakaria that his biggest failure was his inability to impose gun control on the United States. It was a bridge too far. Even the leadership of the Republican Party, who had done little to seriously oppose President Obama’s agenda, feared the backlash from the voters more than they feared the establishment media. Enough politicians feared the clout of gun culture voters to stop the irrational bills fueled by raw emotion.
It didn’t take long for the inner Klansman of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to come to the forefront of their racist vitriol once Dr. Ben Carson agreed to be the next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. You see, according to Fraulein Pelosi and Herr Schumer, blacks can do anything they want…as long as they stay on the Democrat’s plantation and do as they are told by the more enlightened progressives such as they.
General Petraeus has teamed up with Mark Kelly and his radical anti gun wife Gabrielle Giffords to co-found the “Veterans Coalition for Common Sense.” Namely an organization that tries to use this country’s love and respect for its veterans to shred and disregard the Bill of Rights that those same veterans sacrificed so much for in order to defend.
Carry permits do not have to be expensive and complex. The New Hampshire permit has been fairly easy to obtain for many years, if you already had a permit from your state of residence. During the last few months I have renewed a couple of carry permits. It is not intensely difficult, but when you have better things to do, it can be irritating.
Castro’s policies led to the deaths of an estimated 35,000 to 141,000 Cubans from 1959-1987, per the late University of Hawaii professor RJ Rummel (who specialized in democide, or state-sanctioned murder). 73,000 Cuban deaths is the consensus number reached by the majority of experts. Castro was a racist, sexist, homophobe, and all-around xenophobe.
A little known law, passed concurrently with the Gun Control Act of 1968, offers the Trump administration a powerful lever. That lever can be used to roll back infringements on the Second Amendment that exist in the National Firearms Act of 1934.
East Providence Police Chief Christopher J. Parella is in trouble with the Supreme Court of Rhode Island. Again. He failed to issue licenses to carry handguns to three more applicants, without explaining any reason for doing so.
Apparently, according to Hillary Clinton, Hillary is the biggest supporter of the 2nd Amendment that you could hope for. I nearly choked on my coffee. Let’s look at her claim.
The State has a constitutional mandate to protect the people of the state from lower level governments. City governments are creatures of the state. Democrat party power, voter fraud, and corrupt political machines, have always been concentrated in cities.
The current aristocracy in America came to power in the 1960’s. It was a major shift in the power elite, away from the military, captains of industry, and religious leaders. It became heavily concentrated in media elites, educators, bureaucrats and lawyers.
Mexico had a flourishing, legal, gun culture until 1972, when the Mexican government made private, legal, ownership of guns extremely difficult and expensive. The change in law was meant to disarm the political opposition and keep the existing power structure in place.
Knife Rights has been aggressively working to reform the New York State law on pocket knives. The law was passed in the 1950’s as part of the trendy and hyped”switchblade” ban based on false information and emotional arguments.
As with most states, Montana has a firearms preemption law to prevent a crazy quilt of firearms laws that would make it impossible to obey the law while traveling though the state.