Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Gun News

Justin Moore joins NRA Country to support military, show love for the great outdoors

Justin Moore is parking his boots beside the likes of Trace Adkins, Luke Bryan and Chuck Wicks and joining the popular "This is NRA Country" cause. The Arkansas native recently recorded an exclusive song for the effort, with lyrics that celebrate what makes him a proud American: "We'll stand up for what we love because we believe in the U.S.A, God and family and being free."

Read About It: Fox News

Bloomberg presses blueprint for ending gun rights

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is on a war path against gun owners – again. This time he is exploiting an incident that occurred over Labor Day weekend between NYC police officers and one armed criminal gunman that resulted in the tragic shooting and death of an innocent bystander. Bloomberg is calling for Federal involvement, regulation and enforcement of gun control rules in both NYC and in every city, state, in the Nation. Except he neglects to tell us that gun control rules does not reduce violent crime rates. Instead his real goal is to advertise and promote his personal project “A Blueprint for Federal Action on Illegal Guns” rather than addressing the task of reducing crimes in the city that elected him mayor.

Read About It: Human Events

Florida: Gun ban at West Palm Beach City Hall draws fire

The legislation says state gun laws override local regulation of firearms and ammunition, and that if any "county, agency, municipality, district, or other entity" doesn't abide by the laws, the official who is responsible can be fined up to $5,000 and removed from office by the governor. On Sept. 6, the West Palm Beach City Commission voted to change its ordinance to meet the state requirements. That meant taking out references to guns in city law and referring residents to state law. Final approval is set for Sept. 19.

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