SDCGO Attends 34th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference

San Diego County Gun Owners PAC was represented for the first time at 2nd Amendment Foundation's Gun Rights Policy Conference 2019 in Phoenix  (#GRPC2019) A record crowd turned up to hear 91 of the top 2A fighters on, well, earth, speak.

Two Different Walmart Gun Incidents, One Answer

Recently, within days of each other, there were shootings at two different Walmarts, and once again, the most common question is “what do we do?”  Some ask the question out of a sincere interest in improving society, while others are latching onto a tragedy to advance their existing agenda. Tragically, victims lost their lives and […]

Back to School – Safely

With the school year beginning, it’s reasonable that the subject of school shootings will likely come up for discussion. Given that, its useful to keep some facts in mind as this discussion develops. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 50.7 million students will attend public elementary and secondary schools in 2018. About 3.1 […]

San Diego City Council to Weigh in on National Reciprocity Amid the Usual Gun Control Dishonesty

Recently I had the opportunity to attend a meeting of the Economic Development & Intergovernmental Relations Committee of the City Council of the City of San Diego (I apologize for that awful lead in sentence). The meeting was chaired by Councilmember Chris Ward and attended by Councilmembers Mark Kersey, Barbra Bry, and David Alvarez. The […]

Taking the Cure to Stop Violence

[Editor’s note: The following letter by Gary Gonsalves, MD (assisted by Rob Morse) was originally published August 29, 2016 in CSA Online First,  by the California Society of Anesthesiologists. It is reproduced here by permission.]   Last week’s blog post, “Gun Violence:  When will we make a change?”, made an emotional appeal for legislative and research solutions […]

Opinion: Will Trump Follow Through with a Gun-Friendly Agenda?

By Michael Schwartz Second Amendment supporters in San Diego County are looking forward to the Trump administration. Although the most problematic gun laws restricting our Second Amendment rights originate in Sacramento, there is optimism in the gunfight at the federal level. And for many good reasons. President Obama, only days into his administration, wasted little time with […]