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Charlie T Waite

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  1. We need to take action before it’s too late. Democrats are trying to pack the courts with anti-gun judges who would effectively destroy the Second Amendment. Senator Tom Cotton introduced an amendment that would have made it impossible for anti-gun liberals to pack the courts — but with Kamala’s tie-breaking vote, Democrats struck it down and continued down the path to assuming absolute power. Now it’s time to unleash the political wrath of American voters upon the Democrats and ensure Republicans keep standing united against the anti-gunners’ court-packing schemes. Please
  2. The state of Florida has processed so many applications for concealed carry licenses in the past year that the fund used to help pay for the background checks is now nearly out of money. Lawmakers in Tallahassee will consider a budget request from the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Division of Licensing this week to cover a deficit that’s expected to reach more than $4-million this year. https://bearingarms.com/camedwards/2021/02/15/concealed-carry-budget-deficit-florida-n41046
  3. On Friday, February 6, the Pennsylvania (PA) state legislature gave the final approval to put three state constitutional amendments on the ballot for a popular referendum scheduled for May 18. Two of these amendments address the power of the state governor to declare and renew emergency declarations and are both a direct result of conflict between the Republican-controlled legislature and the Democrat governor, Tom Wolf. The first amendment, titled the Pennsylvania Emergency Declaration Amendment (2021), would add a section to the state constitution that would limit any disaster emergency
  4. CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Feb. 4, 2021) – A bill introduced in the Wyoming Senate would take on federal gun control; past, present and future. Passage into law would represent a major step toward ending federal acts that infringe on the right to keep and bear arms within the state. A coalition of 19 Republicans and a Libertarian introduced Senate Bill 81 (SF81) on Feb. 3. Titled the “Second Amendment Preservation Act,” the legislation would ban any person, including any public officer or employee of the state and its political subdivisions, from enforcing any past, present or future federal “acts,
  5. February 15, 2021 — Yesterday, President Biden renewed his declaration of intent to launch a new assault upon the People of the United States and their rights and property, “calling on Congress to enact” unconstitutional and immoral policies including bans on common semi-automatic firearms and ammunition magazines. Prior to the election, FPC warned that the Biden-Harris campaign, which promised a massive number of new and expanded anti-rights policies, was “a clear and present danger to liberty, freedom, the Constitution, and the values that have made America the greatest country in the world”
  6. The Kentucky 2021 legislative session is under way and these two bills in the General Assembly are of great importance to the future of our constitutional rights. Pro-Gun House Bill 175 prohibits financial institutions from discriminating against firearm businesses. Anti-gun banks and their executives have expressed interest in denying services to the firearm industry as a way to further their political agenda and impose gun control by making such business impossible when legislatures won’t bend to their will. This bill requires banks to evaluate firearm businesses like any other bus
  7. Senator Ram Villivalam and Representative Kathleen Willis will file legislation this year to increase the cost and red tape required to obtain a FOID after the effort failed last session. While bill numbers are not yet available, the scheme is deceptively named “Fix the FOID.” Please contact your lawmakers and ask them to OPPOSE this so-called “Fix the FOID.” The legislation is likely to include many of the same provisions as the previous iteration: Criminalize private transfers, with violations being punished as a Class 4 felony. Require the recipient of a firearm gifte
  8. On February 17th, the House Committee on Judiciary will hear bills to prevent discrimination against the firearm industry and improve self-defense. Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT House Bills 2827 and 2840. In addition, please use the Request to Speak application (RTS) on the Arizona State Legislature website to urge House Committee on Judiciary members to SUPPORT these bills. RTS is the most efficient and effective way to contact committee members regarding second amendment legislation. It is imperative that you create an account and continue utilizing this tool
  9. The House Public Policy Committee has approved House Bill 1369, to improve the ability of law-abiding citizens to defend themselves and their loved ones. It may now go to the Ways and Means Committee before going on to the full House for further consideration. Please ask your state representative to SUPPORT this critical bill that improves self-defense in Indiana. House Bill 1369 allows any law-abiding adult who is legally eligible to obtain a carry permit, to carry a handgun without first having to obtain government permission. This ensures that citizens have their right to self-de
  10. If you can't hide a crime scene, just pretend you are a victim.....
  11. One of the best parts about concealed carry permits is reciprocity, the laws that mean a permit from one state may be recognized in numerous other states. That’s not to say the system is ideal. While reciprocity exists, it’s nowhere nearly as extensive as it should be. Despite the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the Constitution, not every state recognizes every other states’ permits. It’s a bit of an issue since some states make it virtually impossible for anyone who doesn’t live in the state to get a permit. Then there are states like California that make it virtually impossible for any
  12. Dear New Gun Owners, The past few years have been quite a roller coaster for all of us. We’ve had a pandemic, tumultuous elections, riots of all shapes and sizes, and in the cases of some of us, an assault of our very livelihoods. I’m sure you New Gun Owners have various views and opinions on all these and many other topics that face our modern culture. What you have in common is the active choice you’ve made in order to take responsibility for your citizenship by becoming a firearms owner. While I don’t speak for all law-abiding firearms owners, I don’t believe I’m far from the mark when
  13. It’s a tactic that we have seen often in recent months: Rather than engage the arguments made by constitutional conservatives on various issues, secular progressives prefer to silence their opposition by refusing to allow them a platform. Now, the “conservative” organization calling itself the Convention of States (COS) is engaging in a similar tactic. Rather than attempting to refute the arguments of one of their most noted opponents, Robert Brown, COS leaders are asking state legislatures to refuse to even listen to Brown. COS wants a national Constitutional Convention — or as the
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