In addition to the gunman, blood is on the hands of members of Congress and the Connecticut legislators who voted to ban guns from all schools in Connecticut (and most other states). They are the ones who made it illegal to defend oneself with a gun in a school when that is the only effective way of resisting a gunman.
The timeline of events as illustrated by comments made by Obama himself and his administration show a ramping up to a final attack to reinstate, expand and make permanent the Clinton-era semi-auto ban.
Thanks to the support of the members of Wisconsin Gun Owners, Inc. (WGO), pro-gun businesses can now boldly show their support for concealed carry by posting one of WGO’s new Pro-CCW signs. It’s part of the Wisconsin gun rights organization’s pro-concealed carry campaign.
The head of Milwaukee’s police force — notorious anti-gunner Chief Ed Flynn — is demanding changes to Wisconsin’s new concealed weapons law, changes that will seriously infringe the rights of gun owners. This despite the fact that the new law has not caused any problems but has in fact begun to thwart crime.
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.
Wisconsin residents have overwhelmed the state Justice Department with so many concealed weapon permit applications agency officials say they probably won’t meet deadlines for issuing approvals this month despite pulling dozens of employees from other tasks to help.
Brown County lawmakers voted Wednesday to ban concealed handguns in three county buildings, after workers expressed “fears.”
Five gun owners unlawfully detained by the Madison Police Department for open carrying in a Culver’s restaurant were vindicated following a lawsuit in federal court.
Governor Scott Walker signed AB69 into law, reinforcing civil liability immunity in self-defense cases that happen in the home, vehicle or place of business.
Assembly Speaker Rep. Jeff Fitzgerald (R-39) has been bullying freshmen republicans into a carry-by-permit bill – what we now know is the NRA’s much-hailed Personal Protection Act – even though newly-elected tea-party candidates vowed to introduce a Constitutional Carry bill.