GOP victories on Election Day mean we’re now safe from gun control. We can turn a blind eye and trust republicans to do the right thing when it comes to Wisconsin gun rights. Right? Not exactly.
Legislation marching through the Wisconsin legislature would endanger firearm rights for gun owners and—even more seriously—imperil liberty for all Wisconsin citizens by outlawing lawful commerce of private property between individuals, reported Wisconsin Gun Owners, Inc. (WGO), referring to the bills as a “Soviet-style clamp down on the right to buy, sell and trade without government permission.”
An urgent note from State Rep. Michael Schraa about the Wisconsin Firearm Freedom Act.
Residents who were upset that two men carried rifles near the downtown farmers market in early September flooded City Hall with electronic messages and called for corrective action, a review of public records showed.
Amendments to Assembly Bill 9 appear to have appeased the institutional gun lobby, while anti-gun police groups use concealed carry rights as a bargaining chip to advance special privileges.
Assembly Bill 9 would give law enforcement officers special privileges not granted to the lowly citizens whom they serve – including the ability to carry on private property where CCW is prohibited!
A Milwaukee man will not face any charges after shooting a robbery suspect at a Milwaukee grocery store, in Wisconsin’s first self-defense case after passage of concealed carry.
David Olofson has been subjected to a gross miscarriage of justice. What happened to Olofson could happen to any American who owns a semi-automatic firearm.
The Wisconsin Campaign for Liberty will holds its “Liberty Fest 2011″ convention on April 30, 2011 in Wisconsin Rapids. Honorary WGO Life Member Sheriff Richard Mack will be discussing Constitutional Carry, with other special guests fellow patriots in attendance.
After being twice rebuffed, gun rights advocates are now confident that a concealed carry law will be implemented in Wisconsin. But there are some concerns over what form the law will take.