Opinion: ‘Shameful’ to Use Las Vegas Tragedy to Advance Gun Control

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The San Diego County Gun Owners political-action committee feels it is shameful that Rep. Scott Peters saw a horrible tragedy like the mass murder in Las Vegas as an opportunity to advance his gun-control agenda. Americans are mourning, healing and helping. Yet, Peters chose to leverage this tragedy to advance his agenda through a public statement that was published on this website. Our advocacy organization …

Waldron Receives “A” Rating from NRA

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Today, Marie Waldron, State Assemblywoman for the 75th AD, (North Inland San Diego County and Southwest Riverside) announced the endorsement of the National Rifle Association and the rating of “A” on protecting the Second Amendment. Serving on the Assembly Public Safety committee for two years, Waldron has been a staunch supporter of the right of citizens to keep and bear …

Sacramento’s New Ammo Proposal Lacks Accountability

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Once again, Sacramento’s Progressives believe they have the solution to gun violence in California.  This time Senators Steinberg and DeLeon are proposing a comprehensive background check on anyone seeking to purchase ammunition, and to require a one-year permit for ammunition purchases.  As usual, they refuse to see the Second Amendment as the right of citizens to determine their own security …

Solidifying the GOP’s Stance with Gun Owners

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Guest Commentary by Michael A. Schwartz A recent foxnews.com article indicates that pro-gun Democrats may get a boost in November. This is both good news…and bad.  The good news is that people have been fighting to make gun rights a part of everyone’s agenda and it is working.  The Second Amendment is important whether you are gay or straight, black …

The NRA’s “Anti-Endorsement” in Sheriff’s Race

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Guest Commentary by Michael Schwartz You can’t find an intersection in San Diego that isn’t plastered with the name of at least one of the three candidates for the office of Sheriff. The attention given to this race is not surprising since there is no elected incumbent for the highest law enforcement position in the county. We’ve seen some unusual …