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Guns smuggled into Mexico by U.S. government put guns into the hands of outlaws, shouldn't that be the focus? Finding the guns Attorney General Eric Holder knew about and not from Americans who aren't killing anyone should be a priority.

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Tuesday; April 19th, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and an assortment of other groups were able to defeat one of the worst anti-civil rights bills proposed this legislative session, despite the Legislature passing a slew of other anti-gun measures.

FPC dubbed this day in committee “GunMeggedon.”

“GunMegeddon was the disaster to our civil rights that we thought it would be. Anti-gun legislators largely threw facts, reason and the constitution overboard and moved forward with their anti-gun agenda,” said Craig DeLuz, lobbyist for Firearms Policy Coalition. “But we did have one major victory, on what we deemed was the worst measure this year, AB 2459.”

AB 2459, authored by Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento), would have required Orwellian-like surveillance in gun stores and put all home-based licensed firearms dealers out of business by issuing a blanket ban against them, overturning local zoning ordinances. Originally, the bill would have added an insurance requirement to all dealers; a requirement so expensive that there is no such policy in existence. If the first two provisions didn’t put a store out of business, the third would definitely do the job.
As the federal government continues in its quest to restrict the rights of gun owners across the country, local law enforcement is stepping up their response. For many, it is one of a line in the sand against a bevy of agencies based in Washington, and partnering state agencies, who have violated the constitution.

The still-growing Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), headed by former Sheriff Richard Mack, is standing up to these infringements, and saying no. Of course, it has the attention of the indoctrinated Big Government folks, who are apt to see a group of law enforcement officials standing up for the rule of law as – what else, a potential threat.

via the Washington Post:
Monday, May 16th 10 anti-gun bills will be fast-tracked through the California State Senate Appropriations Committee. The hearing agenda includes four Assembly bills that were gutted and amended a week earlier in an effort by Democrats to avoid a full vetting by legislators.

And even more outrageous is that three of those measures will meet their evil twins (Senate Bills containing the exact same language) and be voted on at the same time. “The only way to describe this full-on assault on gun owners’ civil rights is to call it what it is – Gunpocalypse”, stated Craig DeLuz, Legislative Advocate for the Firearms Policy Coalition.

“Democrats have given up on any illusion of respect for the process or the voice of the people”, said DeLuz. “The saddest part is that they are clearly doing this as a political ploy to undermine Gavin Newsom’s initiative on the fall ballot. It’s a battle royale to prove who’s more anti-gun-owner.”

Bills to be heard include: SB 880 (Hall): Bans common and constitutionally protected firearms that have magazine locking devices. SB 894 (Jackson): Victimizes victims by criminalizing the failure to report lost and stolen firearms. SB 1006 (Wolk): University of California taxpayer funding for gun control research.

SB 1235 (Deleon): Restrictions on ammunition purchases, creates a DOJ database of ammunition owners.
SB 1407 (Deleon): Retroactively requires serial numbers to be placed on firearms dating back to 1899.
SB 1446: Confiscation of lawfully acquired, standard capacity magazines that can hold over 10 rounds.
AB 156 (McCarty): Formerly dealt with global warming, but is now the same as SB 1235.
AB 857 (Cooper): Formerly addressed greenhouse gasses, but is now the same as SB 1407. AB 1135 (Levine): Formerly centered around groundwater but is now the same as SB 880. AB 1511 (Santiago): Formerly dealt with energy conservation, but now criminalizes loaning of firearms between personally known, law-abiding adults, including sportsmen and hunters.
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