As you’ll remember, the Iowa House passed Stand-Your-Ground law last week by an overwhelming majority. Even better, thanks to your calls and emails, the all-important civil and criminal immunity language was finally put back into the bill! Having passed the House, the bill has now been assigned to the Senate Sub-Committee and they need to hear from you right away. More on that in a moment. Anti-gun organizations in the
Des Moines Register
In their ongoing effort to clamp down on the 2nd Amendment rights of all Iowans, the ultra-liberal Des Moines Register came out with a story Sunday where they expressed their shock and dismay that Iowans with diminished vision would be allowed to carry a weapon for self-defense. Frankly, when we read this story, we yawned. After all, it’s the Des Moines Register, who cares what they think? This is, after
They are at it again. The Des Moines Register’s incredible bias against guns, gun owners, and our basic freedoms is so intense that several months ago they allowed their editorial board to call for violence against pro-gun politicians. Of course, if you or I did this to anti-gun politicians we’d likely wind up in jail. But for them, it’s “protected speech.” Well, in that same vein, yesterday’s “protected speech” from
“I would tie [Second Amendment Supporters] to the back of a Chevy pickup truck and drag them around a parking lot until they say the light on gun control. And it that didn’t work, I’d adopt radical measures…” If gun owners called for violence against anti-gun politicians, we’d be locked up. But when the Des Moines Register calls for violence against gun owners…it’s protected speech. Tired of the double standard?
“…one group stands out for its sheer, undisguised brazenness.” This is what the liberal columnist Rekha Basu, from the Des Moines Register, had to say about Iowa Gun Owners and your efforts to protect and defend your 2nd Amendment rights over the last few days. You see, it was a long week at the Capitol for the anti-gun Representative Clel Baudler. Hundreds and hundreds of you have called the Capitol