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Tyrant Harry Reid

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“I will vote for Dianne Feinstein's assault weapons ban," Reid stated. “I will vote for [an] assault weapons ban because maintaining law and order and saving lives is more important than preventing imagined tyranny. Today I choose to vote my conscience, not only as Harry Reid, a United States Senator, but also as a husband, […] Read More

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Here is a letter to the Senate from the NCSGB in a pdf format. NCSGB Letter. Please use this letter to get some talking points and contact the Senators. Make sure that they understand that: We are not interested in compromises. Most of the new legislation will do nothing to prevent crime, but will instead […] Read More

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FSFFA has teamed up with the National Coalition to Stop the Gun Ban. The coalition has a "no comprise"  platform and there is no room for giving up ANY of our constitutional rights. The objectives of the Coalition are: 1.    Put Congress and the NRA on notice that “compromise” is not acceptable; 2.    Shift the […] Read More

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Based on a letter from Delaware's Executive Department's Criminal Justice Council's Statistical Analysis Center, FSFFA has learned that despite the numerous firearms/weapons laws on the books, every single category of crime has a less than 22% conviction rate for the years 2010-2011.   And convictions for providing false statements to buy a firearm are literally ZERO.   […] Read More

They Want to Track Us

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There is a lot of rhetoric going around about HB 35.  The NeoCom liberals tell us it's for our own good, for the good of society, and the only way we can make sure that firearms don't get into the hands of criminals.  The liberty minded folks (like me) firmly believe that criminals are criminals […] Read More

Letter to the Lieutenant Governor

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In response to the communication that the Lieutenant Governor's office has been sending out, I sent a note to his office this morning.  It is a bit long, but it was necessary.  I would be surprised to see much of a response from him, but one can always be surprised, right?  I will post any […] Read More

Response from the Lt. Governor on Magazines

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One of our Steering Committee members got an interesting e-mail from the Lieutenant Governor's office today. He wrote a message to the Lieutenant Governor in regards to the pending legislation that deals with standard capacity magazines that hold more than ten rounds, expressing his desire that the laws should be left as they are now. […] Read More

No Compromise

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I received a troubling e-mail update tonight from GOA.  In the update, they stated that Republican legislators in the swamp are seriously considering making a compromise agreement with the democrats in regards to universal background checks.  Is seems that some of our elected officials believe that it is OK to set up what amounts to […] Read More

Four Bills in Draft Format

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This evening, I reviewed the four pieces of "draft" legislation that have been released by the Delaware legislature. To put it mildly, I'm not impressed. We'll have a copy of the bills up on our website shortly. None of these have been assigned an official number yet, and it's possible that they could be modified […] Read More

Six Phone Calls for Freedom

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I got interested in the protection of firearms rights back when I was a resident of Virginia, many years ago. The Virginia Citizens Defense League ("VCDL") has always been my model for a grass-roots group that is a single-issue special interest group. They have been wildly successful in Virginia, and if groups like VCDL were […] Read More