Gun Grabbers

The lengths they'll go to spread their anti-gun message

On October 22, a letter to the editor entitled "Walks show concealed carry is unneeded" was published in the Columbus Dispatch, under the name Lori O'Neill. O'Neill is the President of the Cleveland chapter of the so-called "Million" Mom March. A response was published on this website the following day: Gun Control Extremists Advocate Open Carry?!? In the November 5, 2003 issue of the Cleveland...

Gun Grabbers Spooked: Anti-Self-Defense ''Call In'' Day scheduled for Halloween

Toby Hoover and her so-called Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence (more appropriately described as Against Gun Ownership ) has scheduled their very own Frightened Friday. Hoover is asking other extremists to call Bob Taft on Halloween, to request that he continue his obstruction of concealed carry reform. Click on the "Read More..." link below to read her latest email alert (as usual, corrected...

Brady gun ''safety'' extremist needs some firearms training

AN ADVOCATE FOR GUN SAFETY? At a recent meeting of police chiefs from around the country, Richard Aborn, the former president of Handgun Control, Inc. (now the Brady Campaign) opened the program and introduced the speakers. Speaking at the end of the presentation, Mr. Aborn caused members of the assembled group to stare wide-eyed at him as he pointed - with his finger on the trigger - a semi-...

Gun Control Extremists Advocate Open Carry?!?

"Ohioans already have the right to carry guns and other weapons openly but not concealed. Anyone who believes he is in danger can holster a pistol on his waist or tote a shotgun around wherever he goes." - Columbus Dispatch anti-CCW editorial, June 22, 2001 Now that more and more citizens across the state have chosen to begin doing just that, the silence about 'Defense' Walks from liberal...

Is no 'Defense' Walk news good news for these Ohio media outlets?

To read the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Akron Beacon Journal, or Youngstown Vindicator, you'd think there has been no "new" news on the concealed carry effort in the days since the Supreme Court ruling. That's because these three papers have neglected to cover what has been treated by the rest of the state's media as a major news story. Click on the "Read More..." link below for more. They failed to...

Toledo gun control policies continue to fail to protect residents from criminals

Toledoans wishing to exercise their recently-upheld Constitutional, "fundamental individual right" to bear arms for self-defense cannot do so in Toledo. The following ordinance is being cited by Chief Mike Navarre as reason for which anyone openly carrying a firearm for self-defense within the city limits would be arrested. Toledo Municipal Code 549.18. Weapon possession in public places...

Youngstown city bureaucrats infringing on multiple Constitutional rights

As the grassroots effort to draw attention to the absurdity of the Supreme Court ruling rolls across the state in the form of open carry 'Defense' Walks, organizers have met with overwhelming support from the local governments. The Mayor of Gahanna made an appearance at the Columbus-area Walk, and Chief of Police Dennis Murphy was most helpful and supportive. In Lima, Allen County Sheriff Dan...

AP: Can gun control cut violence? Even anti-gun CDC finds NO proof

October 3, 2003 A sweeping federal review of the nation's gun control laws - including mandatory waiting periods and bans on certain weapons - found no proof they reduce firearms violence. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention appointed a group of scientists to conduct the review, which could be used to undercut the gun-control movement. The task force reviewed 51 published studies about...

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