An Antelope Valley, California, judge was forced to dispense
a different type of justice after a parolee chose his house as the
site of his next burglary. Municipal Court Judge William Seelicke
had already warned the man to leave after spotting him in his yard,
but the man chose to attempt entering Seelicke's home anyway. A few
shots from the judge's .38 changed his mind though, and the man
fled. Police arrested the housebreaker a short time later. "Any
normal bad guy would have heard the warnings, but this guy just kept
coming," said a Sheriff's Department detective.
H.R. 8, which would criminalize the private transfer of firearms, has received significant attention from the gun rights community. However, H.R. 1112, which purportedly targets the inappropriately-named “Charleston loophole,” is just as insidious an attack ...
On February 19th, the Washington state Senate Committee on Law & Justice will be holding an executive session on Senate Bill 5745 to expand the circumstances under which Second Amendment rights may be revoked without ...
The Nancy Pelosi Speaker Era 2.0 continued on Wednesday, Feb. 13, with a markup of H.R 8, the “universal” background checks bill, in the House Judiciary Committee. Following on the heels of last week’s Judiciary Committee hearing, the same committee held a markup on ...
Over the holiday weekend, a conservative "taxpayer watchdog" group sent out an email to its contact list which gave the impression that NRA-ILA supports "red flag" legislation in Texas. One wonders what the organization hoped to accomplish by confusing and attempting to divide ...
A study published in Preventative Medicine by Yu Lu and Jeff R. Temple concludes that “the majority of mental health symptoms examined were not related to gun violence. Instead, access to firearms was the primary culprit.”
This week, the City Council Members of Los Angeles showed their extreme distain of the Second Amendment, the NRA and our supporters. On February 12, the City Council held the first reading of a proposed ordinance that ...
Thursday marked the one year anniversary of the terrible crimes at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL. It was a somber occasion, but some media outlets couldn’t contain their glee this week that ...
U.S. HOUSE TO VOTE ON GUN CONTROL NEXT WEEK -- CONTACT YOUR U.S. REPRESENTATIVE!
As wereported last week, anti-gun members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to move forward with two gun control bills. These bills will be on the House floor next week, so please contact your U.S. Representative and ask them to opposeH.R. 8andH.R. 1112.
You can call your U.S. Representative through the Capitol Switchboard at 202-225-3121 or email them by clicking the TAKE ACTION link below.
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.