Instead of making the public safer, Colorado’s magazine capacity limits have had a bah-humbug effect on this family’s Christmas celebration.
Right To Arms
Many lives have been saved because of good people with guns in Colorado Springs—law enforcement officers and citizens alike.
We have heard that Dear referenced “no more baby parts” and it is easy to conceive this loner decided his violence was necessary to stop the killing of babies. El Paso County prosecutors will argue that a “defense of others” argument is inapposite because abortions going on at Planned Parenthood were not terminating the life of a person.
As long as necessary, we will continue to fight to expand our gun rights, one round at a time if needed.
“Do you want to pass a bill that can be actually signed into law or do you want to make a statement?” – Senator Chris Holbert
The following is a letter sent to Independence Institute president Jon Caldara, signed by 26 Colorado lawmakers who do not want to see a public vote on re-legalizing 30 round magazines in Colorado.
“It’s my sense, however, that…(RMGO) is not willing to negotiate, has drawn a line in the sand in terms of lifting the limit from 15 to 30.”
Federal Judge Marcia S. Krieger (Chief Judge, 10th Circuit District Court) seems to have stretched both facts and law in ruling against the individual rights of Colorado citizens and in favor of government restrictions and control in finding the 2013 Colorado “gun ban” legislation constitutional.
That our governor was presented with three election code overhaul bills written by the majority Democrats without any Republican support ought to have sounded alarm bells in his office.
“The governor talked to many people on all sides of the gun issue. For example, he hosted NRA President David Keene in his office for a meeting, and he talked to Mayor Bloomberg on the phone.”