Quantum Gravity will contain articles on second amendment issue by various Guest Bloggers hand chosen by Chuck Michel.
The “Quantum Gravity” blog has little to do with reconciling quantum theory and gravity – assuming they need reconciling. For those interested in such matters, see: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/quantum-gravity/#6. The blog will stick to simpler matters, like: Whatever happened to federalism? Or the news media? And why does America seem intent on following Europe into the great socio-economic abyss? Of course, there will be Second Amendment news and commentary, as well. It’s a target rich environment.
By: Clint Monfort
Governor Brown currently has about a dozen gun bills pending on his desk. The Governor has until October 13 to sign or veto each bill. Bills that are signed into law will become operative on January 1, 2014, unless a later date is specified in the law. It is imperative that gun owners continue to call, write, fax, and e-mail the Governor’s office daily.
Although it has been rumored that the Democrats have a "supermajority" that will allow them to over-ride a veto, [...]More
With only Four Days Left in the 2013 Legislative Session, California Gun Owners Must Remain Vigilant
By: Clint B. Monfort
The warnings were real. They are now coming for your guns, your magazines, your money, and your home protection. I’m somewhat surprised they are not after your blood, though indirectly they are.
In a move that should have surprised no one, a gaggle of California’s elite (or should I say elitist) legislators dumped a stack of gun control bills into the legislative h [...]More
By: Chris Chiafullo
Dave LaGuercia is a solid guy. A good guy, in fact. He’s a former firearms retailer in CT that sold thousands of guns from a retail storefront like many other Federal Firearm Licensees across the country. And because of “simple recordkeeping errors” at his gun store, he now faces potential jail time and massive fines. Here begins the cautionary tale….
If you’ve read my BLOGS, or followed my tweets on Twitter to date, or heard me speak publicly this yea [...]More
By: Guy Smith
Open carry may soon come to New York. Let’s hope that drives Michael Bloomberg to drown his sorrows in a Big Gulp and a plate full of trans fat soaked French fries.
Unlike darn-near the rest of the country, New York politicians don’t like you owning or carrying guns. Over the past three decades, a full 42 states – 84% of the nation – has adopted laws allowing the concealed carry of firearms. Along with driving street crime down, this has caused most of the nation’s [...]More
By: Chris Chiafullo
This BLOG post is in no way meant to be condescending towards FFL’s, who are the lifeblood of my business and why I go to work in the morning, but instead a cautionary tale for them to heed. Be guided accordingly.
As the National Coordinating Counsel for FFLGuard, I am often asked the same question over and over: “What is the most common mistake made by FFL’s to trigger an ATF administrative action (warning letter, warning conference, or revocation proceeding)?” [...]More