April 14, 2016: Right to Keep and Bear Arms

your_rights_under_fire_09Illinois lawmakers Actively Seeking to Seize ALL Firearms from Private Citizens
The Illinois resolution is nothing more than liberal Marxists once again pursuing an agenda to “enslave” the citizenry, as it is quite clear what the founders intended when they proposed, and states ratified, the Second Amendment… (Continue to full article)

Mental Health Redefinition And Slaughter Of Rights Under Obama
Everyone is coming out of the closet this primary season while frail Obama appears the most mentally ill of all. Apparently, his ‘narcissistic skin’ just can’t take any more criticism for stampeding our Constitution, laws, Judeo-Christian values, destroying and infiltrating our health care system and freedoms… (Continue to full article)

ACTION: Congress Voting to End Obama’s Worst Anti-Gun Program!
Two years ago, the House of Representatives slipped an amendment into the Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2015 that completely defunded Operation Choke Point. Then, this year, the Department of (in)Justice and the FDIC announced they would no longer target lawful gun dealers. That was a lie. The program is still ongoing… (Continue to full article)

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  1. John W. Slagle

    Subject: California Bill Would Ban All Gun Dealers
    A bill is that would effectively shut down gun dealers in California is working its way through the state assembly.
    The bill will mandate a series of onerous requirements that would force most gun stores to close their doors.
    The four requirements, identified by the NRA are:

    1. A prohibition on licensee business premises being on a residential property.

    2. A clear statement that localities may impose more restrictive requirements on licensees than those imposed by state law.

    3. A requirement that licensees maintain full color video surveillance that is of sufficient quality to provide for facial recognition and records all firearm transactions on the premises, all locations where firearms and ammunition are stored, the immediate exterior of the licensed premises, and all parking facilities owned by the licensee. The video equipment would be required to run during all business hours and be set to begin recording when motion is detected at all other times. The licensee would have to certify to having compliant video equipment at least yearly and make any needed repairs to the equipment within 15 days of any damage. The footage would need to be stored on the premises for at least five years, but that could be extended if the footage may be part of a law enforcement investigation. Licensees would also be required to post a prominent sign indicating that customers are being recorded.

    4. All licensees would be required to have a liability policy of a minimum of $1M per incident to cover liability arising from “theft, sale, lease or transfer or offering for sale, lease or transfer of a firearm or ammunition, or any other operations of the business and business premises.”

    As Breitbart points out, the first requirement bans FFL holders from selling guns in their home, where most FFL holders do business. The second permits local jurisdictions – in liberal California – to pass even
    more restrictive laws than the proposed state law.

    The third of the requirements makes selling a gun tedious not only by requiring video surveillance of the sale by also by outlining what must be videoed and when it must be videoed, and mandating that FFLs get a certificate each year confirming video compliance. There is no mention how much the “compliance certificate” will cost.

    The fourth requirement mandates FFL holders carry a $1 million license insurance policy. All together, these rules will effectively shut down gun shops all across the state.
    Via The Federalist Papers


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