May Issue Laws Originated as Tools of Oppression and Continue to Oppress Law Abiding Citizens in San Diego County

Some of you may not be aware of the history behind the “may Issue” concept regarding gun control laws. The idea of local authorities having the power to decide whether citizens could own and carry firearms began for the most part after the Civil War during Reconstruction. The former southern states used the concept to […]

Dishonesty in the Media – How Gun Control Zealots Use Misinformation to Attack Your Second Amendment Rights

While driving home the other night I had a chance to hear Tucker Carlson interviewing an anti gun zealot regarding Seattle’s failed gun tax. Carlson does a great job countering most of the nonsense and you can see the interview here. The person being interviewed was Mark Glaze a senior adviser for Guns Down America, […]

Concealed Carry (CCW) – How Ignorance and Misinformation Hurts All Americans

The antics of San Antonio College geography instructor Charles K. Smith are amusing and likely to inspire chuckles and an unbelieving shake of the head from most gun owners. Mr. Smith has chosen to teach his class wearing a camouflaged bullet resistant vest and helmet to protest the newly implemented Campus Carry law. While this […]

Are Gun Control Laws Really About Reducing Crime? – You Decide

The following was written by Warren Manfredi, SDCGO Board member. Gun control laws are pushed to reduce crime. At every opportunity, gun control advocates have attempted, and been successful, to create and enact more and more gun control legislation making it difficult for law-abiding citizens to exercise their Second Amendment rights.   Pro gun advocates have […]