LAST CHANCE: Register to vote in 2005 elections!

If you have not voted in the past four years, if you have moved, or if you need to register to vote for some other qualifying reason, please act now. Ohio law states that to be eligible to vote in the general election next month, you must register no later than 30 days prior to the election. That day is today! From the Ohio Secretary of State's website : You may register to vote at the following...

Cincy Enquirer: Charlie Winburn for Ohio Senate?

The Cincinnati Enquirer is reporting that former Cincinnati Councilman Charlie Winburn hasn't wasted time licking his wounds from his third-place finish in that city's mayoral primary. Instead, less than a week later, the Enquirer says Winburn had a poll in the field testing the waters for Ohio Senate. From the story: "I have not just gone home and taken my marbles, crying and bellyaching and...

Ten days and counting: No correction of erroneous Plain Dealer editorial

By Chad D. Baus There have been ten issues of the Cleveland Plain Dealer (and ten opportunities to correct glaring falsehoods repeated in a September 29 editorial about how House Bill 347, Rep. Jim Aslanides' sweeping firearms law reform bill, would amend the media access loophole) since editorial page editor Brent Larkin told Buckeye Firearms Association "if there is an error in the story, I...

Ken Blackwell says as Governor he'll close the media access loophole

Ken Blackwell, current Secretary of State and Republican candidate for governor, has announced that if elected, he will push for legislation to stop media access to the list of concealed handgun licenseholders. From his website: While the US Constitution was being ratified, Samuel Adams said that the “Constitution shall never be construed to authorize Congress to infringe the just liberty of the...

Lessons from GRPC: Expanding gun ownership

By Jim Irvine The Second Amendment Foundation’s (SAF) recent Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) was so packed with good information that it was impossible for me to share it all in one coherent article. This will be the first in a series of articles highlighting different topics from that conference. The overall theme of this year's GRPC was, “Expanding gun ownership.” I will forward one of the...

Endorsee: One party rule cost Columbus $20 million from gun owners

The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that just as Democrats seek to make one-party rule in state government a big issue as the scandals pile up at the Governor's Mansion, Republicans running for Columbus City Council are trying to make it an issue as they try to win seats at Democrat-controlled City Hall. Among those Republicans running for council is Buckeye Firearms Association endorsee Phil...

State Issues 2 through 5 – Trouble for gun owners

By Larry S. Moore There are several State Issues on the November 8 ballot. State Issues 2, 3, 4, and 5 are of special concern to me as a gun owner. These issues never mention the Second Amendment, firearms, hunting or concealed carry. However, if passed, they are certain to have a negative impact on our future. These issues will make participation in PACs, such as the Buckeye Firearms Association...

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