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Why laws with loopholes, one wonders? H.R. 8 — “To require a background check for every firearm sale.” Well, maybe not every one. An amendment, offered by Mr. Van Drew, numbered 4 printed in Part A of House Report 116-14 to clarify that … Continue reading
The article by Cath Kestler, an OFA (Organizing For Action) activist and resident of Silver Creek, has also been published in the Dunkirk Observer. ************ ‘My biggest frustration so far is the fact that this society has not been willing to take … Continue reading
The unconventional reaction to the conventional way Congress responded to the Orlando Massacre has placed the Second Amendment in the middle of this year’s Presidential, Senate, and House campaigns. Protesting the “Moment of Silence”, the 15 hour quasi-filabuster in the Senate … Continue reading
In response to the U.S. House members trying to representative the majority of Americans who agree that Universal Background Checks and keeping known terrorists from not owning assault weapons are common sense legislation please consider attending: A Rally at Rep. Tom Reed’s … Continue reading
On January 5 our President announced his Presidential Actions to reduce Gun Violence. Early that morning, before Obama detailed his Actions, NPR Radio Station WBFO from Buffalo posted Rep.Reed’s comments condemning them. The WBFO article includes an audio clip of Reed’s comments … Continue reading
This article was written by Leah Gunn Barrett, executive director of the New Yorkers Against Gun Violence and the New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Education Fund. I read it in the (Dunkirk) Observer on January 19. The NY SAFE Act, … Continue reading