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.
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The 4th of July
The Declaration of Independence was adopted on 4 July, 1776, and represents the formal separation of the Colonies from British oversight. The Revolutionary War began a year earlier, in April of 1775, with the battles at Lexington and Concord. These sites were armories for the surrounding towns, where the militias' firearms were stored. The strategy… Continue reading The 4th of July
Happy Juneteenth! The U.S. Civil War concluded in 1865. The official end date depends on your source and your perspective. The General in command of the military of the Confederate States of America, Robert E. Lee, signed a cessation of conflict on 9 April 1865; information was not disseminated immediately and fighting continued for several… Continue reading Juneteenth
The Second Amendment & Carry Wisely #2A
“A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” The words are easy to read. The words seem easy enough to understand. As I understand this; the security of a free state is dependent upon the availability… Continue reading The Second Amendment & Carry Wisely #2A