The scariest thing I saw on the way to Halloween was an Andrew Gillum yard sign and bumper sticker. Having a Socialist for a governor, now that is scary. Happy Halloween. Continue reading
The common term of raising the bar comes from pole vaulting where competitors continually raise the bar attempting to be the last successful person to clear the bar. The bar represents the high standard by which a person is allowed to continue their performance. Continue reading
Conservatives have a rising hope for the stability of our Constitutional Republic. The President now has a second opportunity to appoint another candidate for the Supreme Court with a Constitutional philosophy closer to the departed Justice Scalia than the departing Justice Kennedy.
One of the provisions of the new Florida law is raise the age to buy a firearm of any kind to 21. This will deny 18, 19, and 20 years olds the ability to defend themselves and their families with a gun of any kind in their homes. In 2015, Malichi Heisler shot and killed a masked gunman who forced his way into his mother’s home and who reportedly was holding a gun to his mother’s head. The Florida Senate will deny people in Heisler’s situation the ability to defend themselves with a firearm. Continue reading
“Common sense” proposals always seem to infringe on one group or class of Citizens. Such a proposal would be to add persons who have been expelled from any educational system to be prohibited from purchasing a firearm. In the simplest form this would be an additional prohibiting condition like a felony conviction or misdemeanor domestic violence conviction. Continue reading
I do not own a bumpfire stock. I have shot an AK-47 clone with one. The same principle as the bumpfire stock used on an AR-15 clone by the mass murderer in Las Vegas.
The Firearms Technology Branch (FTB) of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) reviewed the AR-15 version of the bumpfire stock from Bump Fire Systems. The determination is in a letter dated Apr 01 2012 that was sent with the stock I got to shoot. The determination for the Slide Fire product which appears to have been patented first must be similar. Continue reading
On July 25, a three-judge panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an opinion on two cases that had opposite opinions from lower courts. The other case was Matthew Grace, et all v. DC, et all. It was combined with Brian Wrenn v. DC for the U.S. Court of Appeals DC Circuit. The majority decision and dissenting opinions are both are listed on the http://www.CADC.uscourts.gov web site. 16-7025 for Wrenn and 16-7067 for Grace. I’m pretty sure it’s the same document for both opinions. Continue reading