Newsom Seeks To Make Law Similar To Texas Abortion Law, Against Firearms

By: George William California has banned the manufacture and sale of many assault-style weapons for decades. A federal judge overturned that ban in June, ruling it was unconstitutional and drawing the ire of the state’s Democratic leaders by comparing the popular AR-15 rifle to a Swiss Army knife as “good for both home and battle.”Continue reading “Newsom Seeks To Make Law Similar To Texas Abortion Law, Against Firearms”

AR-15 Not An “Assault Weapon”

By: George William Judge Roger Benitez ruled June 4th that California’s ban on the AR-15 as unconstitutional. “This case is not about extraordinary weapons lying at the outer limits of Second Amendment protection,” Benitez wrote. “The banned ‘assault weapons’ are not bazookas, howitzers, or machineguns. Those arms are dangerous and solely useful for military purposes.Continue reading “AR-15 Not An “Assault Weapon””

A Star, a Faulconer and the “Beast”

Once the West Coast Paradise, California has fallen into disrepair. No longer is California a desirable vacation destination, let alone a place people want to call home. For this reason, and many others, the second recall effort in California since 2003 gained enough support to be carried out. It needed 1.4 million signatures and receivedContinue reading “A Star, a Faulconer and the “Beast””