November 7, 2016
Congressman Darrell Issa with Republican Central Committee Member Lisa Gunther
With one stroke of his pen, Governor Jerry Brown took away the rights of Californians to own the most popular selling rifle in our nation, the Ar-15. Now of course, only terrorists and criminals will possess these firearms. How ironic that Governor Brown chose to take away your rights only days before we celebrated Independence Day.
Your rights to own firearms have once again been severely restricted .
Governor Jerry Brown just signed several bills designed to stop you from possessing firearms that are available to citizens in almost every other state in the union.
It's official Californians. Beginning on January 1, 2017, you will no longer be allowed to purchase the most popular selling rifle in the nation - the AR-15.
SB-880 Firearms: assault weapons. This bill expanded the definition of "assault weapon" to include semi-automatic, centerfire rifles and pistols with detachable magazines.
So there you have it. Your right to bear modern firearms and protect yourself and family has been abolished by the California legislature. California may now become the preferred kill-zone for terrorists. Why go to Texas or Arizona when Californians are helpless sitting ducks?
What you should do. Write to the governor and tell him you're not happy with his decision to take away your rights.
School Shootings. Should we be blaming guns?
Are guns the
cause of our problems? Or are they merely a symptom of a much larger problem that no-one talks about?
The video below is certainly not unique. Please watch it then do your own research. In our country, antidepressant (SSRI) drugs are routinely prescribed to children. This simply did not exist when I was a boy. Another thing that was unheard of when I was a boy... children going to school and indiscriminately killing people.
At least 31 school shootings and/or school related acts of violence have been committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs. Resulting in 162 wounded and 72 killed. These numbers do not include the suspected shooters, whose psychiatric drug was never made public.
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