San Francisco declared NRA a terrorist organization. It is? The answer is ABSOLUTELY NOT!
Don’t let the media and the Chicken Littles fool you. Things are much better than they seem!
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Everyone has the right to defend themselves against criminals who want to hurt them. In today’s world, the best tool for that purpose is a firearm. Disarming the people in Thousand Oaks did nothing but create a shooting gallery for anyone who wanted to casually kill as many people as possible. Sadly, that is exactly what happened there. This is where local elections and judges become very important.
Among the battles that are shaping up are: the elections of new sheriff’s all around the state; the race to become California’s next governor; and the daunting list of anti-gun bills popping up like daisies in the California legislature. In fact, Sam Paredes of Gun Owners of California, says his organization is currently tracking over 40 potential anti-gun bills…