Juneteenth

On 19 June, 1865 approximately 2000 Federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas to announce the end of the civil war and to enforce the formal end of slavery in accordance with the Emancipation Proclamation. The split between the United States (Union/North) and the Confederate States (Confederacy/South) was a nearly 5-year conflict centered on the fact… Continue reading Juneteenth

San Diego’s 2019 Safe Storage of Firearms Law is unnecessary.

On Monday, 15 July, 2019 San Diego City Council voted 2-1 (Bry-yea, Moreno-yea, Cate-nay) to send to a full vote the proposal for a new municipal firearms storage ordinance. A link to the Proposed Law: https://onbase.sandiego.gov/OnBaseAgendaOnline/Documents/ViewDocument/Safe%20Storage%20Ordinance%20(O-2019-150)%20Digest%20PDF.pdf.pdf?meetingId=1528&documentType=Agenda&itemId=37174&publishId=200489&isSection=false This law is redundant! There is already a California State law from 2014 that can hold gun-owners accountable for… Continue reading San Diego’s 2019 Safe Storage of Firearms Law is unnecessary.