Force the Issue (Manassas, VA, August 14, 2007) The Firearms Coalition has drafted legislation which would restrict any federal funds from going to any college or university which prohibits employees and students who may lawfully possess and carry defensive weapons off campus from possessing and carrying those weapons on campus. We call it … Continue reading Time for HELPS
The Knox Report From the Firearms Coalition History Made at NRA '05 (Houston, Texas, April 18, 2005) History was made at the 134th Annual Meetings andConvention of the National Rifle Association held in Houston this weekend.But not in the sense of historically significant events occurring. Instead,the history was re-made in an Orwellian sense. … Continue reading History Made at NRA ’05
(Manassas, VA, July 17, 2007) The Mayor of Washington DC, Adrian Fenty, yesterday announced that the District is indeed going to appeal the “Parker” case to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). The original deadline for filing an appeal was August 7, but the District has requested, and will likely be granted, … Continue reading Parker Heads to SCOTUS
(Manassas, VA, July 2, 2007) The United Nations and the Jamaican government have announced plans for UN assistance to restore order and reduce the island nation’s sky-rocketing crime rates. Violent crime, particularly “gun violence” has been growing steadily since the Jamaican government passed a complete ban on private possession and ownership of firearms in … Continue reading UN-Helping Jamaica
The Firearms Coalition has been on the Internet for over a dozen years. We were among the first gun rights organizations, indeed, among the first of any sort of activist organization, to provide news updates via email, to host a web page, even to use computers as a means of connecting activists together.
Subject: What are you going to do? From: AlertsList at FirearmsCoalition.org (Firearms Coalition) Date: Thu Apr 26 13:06:52 2007 Action demands counter-action and the Brady's latest campaign needs to be answered. Gun rights activists have proven over and over again that they can overwhelm politicians with calls, letters, and e-mails and we need to be … Continue reading What are you going to do?