Legal jargon in New York has been written in a way that "firearm" means handgun, but not rifle or shotgun. Gun-control lawmakers should at least learn about guns before they regulate them to death.
Interview With Paul Moder who is a Melbourne based writer, producer, director, actor and cabaret singer. Paul moder is making a film about the Port Arthur Massacre, Mr Moder said the story centred on gunman Martin Bryant, who killed 35 people and wounded another 23, in a mass shooting at Port Arthur, Tasmania, 20 years ago. Mr Moder said he was haunted by the tragedy and felt it was time “to examine the event in unflinching detail, free from agenda and bias”.
"What is disappointing is that if one of the few conservative allies in the mainstream media doesn't understand we don't need to register our guns... how do we expect the general public, then — those not well versed in all the issues — to understand that gun ownership is a fundamental right and the government has no business asking us to register our guns?" —Grant Stinchfield
"Washington, D.C., loves the Chicago model: don't ever risk offending your overwhelmingly poor population by talking about going after thugs and gang bangers... So political correctness gets in the way of doing what's right. And the policies end up causing more deaths—ironically, more deaths in the minority groups that so-called leaders don't want to offend." —Grant Stinchfield
"I have to compliment the Late Show for choosing the right gauge hoop earring because, as you know, I am bought and sold by nice earwear. I'm not even mad. My Nana thought it was funny... but if you ever actually want to have Stephen Colbert, a conversation about the Second Amendment and gun laws, I'm your huckleberry." —Dana Loesch
"The Disarmament Primary is real, and it's not just them saying they want to ban high-capacity magazines or ‘assault weapons.’ It certainly starts with that, but... expanding the Supreme Court to flip it to the left will assure them these types of gun laws will remain the law of the land for generations to come." —Grant Stinchfield