Plain Dealer editorial repeats lies about Ohio's firearms law reform bill

The mainstream media's blind commitment to opposing any gun rights legislation is giving a whole new meaning to the word BLIND. On Friday September 16, the Associated Press botched a story it published after we broke the news that Rep. Aslanides' would soon be introducing a sweeping firearms law reform bill by reporting that "the media would lose access to lists of concealed-weapons permit-...

Ohio firearms instructor offering free handgun & class to victims of violence

Perhaps the very best thing about pro-Second Amendment grassroots activists is that so many of them work out of a passion for the issue, and not to make a buck. While Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence director Toby Hoover is busy raking in over half a million dollars from the anti-gun Joyce Foundation in the name of gun control extremism, there are many other true grassroots volunteers in Ohio...

ACLU opposes sex offender ban in city parks; ignores illegal CHL ban

The Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting that two Ohio municipalities have enacted bans on sex offenders in public parks, and that the ACLU is none-too happy about it. From the story: No dogs. No ball playing. No skateboarding. And now no sex offenders allowed in Brook Park's city parks. The Cleveland suburb earlier this month became perhaps only the second community in Ohio to ban registered sex...

Buckeye Firearms Association Announces More 2005 Endorsements

The Buckeye Firearms Association proudly announced many more endorsements in local races around the state today. As a part of our expanded focus on general firearms issues, this political action committee intends to direct our attention to an increasing variety of local races in the state of Ohio for off-year elections. This year, there are a few contests which pique the interest of Buckeye...

Proof: Gun grabbers just biding their time

The Wilmington (DE) News Journal is reporting that there was no increase in crime or usage of previously banned weapons in Delaware after the Clinton Assault Weapons ban expired. Since we all knew it was an ineffectual law one might ask why such a story even warrants comment. Because hidden in the story is Sarah Brady’s hope for the future and proof that anti-gun forces are biding there time and...

Long Island Police: Use of Illegal Guns Increasing

An article in New York's Newsday Magazine Friday detailed how one gun was used by as many as five criminals in at least four shootings, and on how the black market for such guns is alive and well in spite of the state's oppressive gun control laws. In a parking lot outside a club in Ronkonkoma, a Bay Shore man, Todd Cincinnati, was shot in the buttocks after telling a stranger not to lean on his...

Clinton Gun Ban Sunset, One Year Later - What the News Won't Tell You

Last year, the warnings were dire. The Clinton Gun Ban expired on September 13, 2004, after months and months of shrill screams from gun ban extremists that the sunset would result in the rein of terror on American streets California Sen. Dianne Feinstein warned if the ban sunsetted "you can expect more incidents'' such as the July 1, 1993, shootings at 101 California in which a gunman used two...

LA Times: Bearing Arms, Braving Insults

The Los Angeles Times' coverage of the 20th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference shows how having such a national conference in a place with heavy gun control laws can envigorate gun rights activists who are fighting in the local trenches. Paul Wilder avidly defends the right to bear arms, and he's heard all the insults. Crazy, trigger-happy, gun nut -- to name a few. Standing outside a hotel ball...

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