Rocky Mountain Gun Owners sent out an e-mail with information on HB 14-1151, a bill to repeal the magazine ban of 2013 that was passed in response to the Aurora, CO theater shooting in 2012 and the Newtown, CT shooting in 2013. The bill will be considered by the House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee this Monday, February 10, and may pave the way to fight back against all the Bloombergs and all the Obamas who seek to disarm us. RMGO requested its members and supporters to write the committee and tell them to vote YES to on HB 14-1151 to repeal the ban. Continue reading
When Colorado passed its citizen-driven Amendment 64 to legalize marijuana, the far-left members of the Democratic party saw it as a welcome mat on the door of public policy. Senate President John Morse and Senator Angela Giron jumped at the opportunity to introduce stifling gun control legislation in the wake of the Aurora theater and Newtown shootings, no doubt expecting overwhelming support in what they believed was a new liberal paradise.
I’ve never exactly been proud of my hometown, a small town in rural eastern Colorado just off I-70. To give you an idea of just how small it was, my graduating class was comprised of just 17 students, and three of us stuck around for one more year to earn more college credit through Morgan Community College, a two-year college located in Fort Morgan, Colorado. Continue reading
Yesterday was a stark reminder to Coloradoans that their state is now in the hands of legislators who believe that feel-good legislation trumps reason and the right to self-defense. Continue reading
This morning I wrote several letters concerning the upcoming gun control legislation to the congressmen who represent my congressional district and my state: Representative Ed Perlmutter, Senator Michael Bennet, and Senator Mark Udall. Unfortunately, all three are affiliated with the Democratic party, making any discussion about the personal liberty of guns an uphill battle. Regardless, I decided to plow ahead and send them a respectful, reasonable, and logical letter on the topic. Continue reading
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning marijuana, and, in connection therewith, providing for the regulation of marijuana; permitting a person twenty-one years of age or older to consume or possess limited amounts of marijuana;…permitting local governments to regulate or prohibit such facilities;…requiring that the first $40 million in revenue raised annually by such tax be credited to the public school capital construction assistance fund…?
Unequivocally, without any hesitation, a complete and resounding yes. Continue reading