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BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation has joined in an amicus brief in support of a case that challenges a Maryland gun control law and the federal court ruling that upholds the law by essentially distorting the meaning and intent of the 2008 Heller Ruling that defined the Second Amendment as protective of an individual right to keep and bear arms in common use.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, August 22, 2017 - Full Story

Judge packing heat fires back after being shot entering courthouse

Before you ask, I don’t know the partisan makeup of the players involved here, and at least for the moment I’m not sure it’s important. Judge Joseph Bruzzese Jr. mainly handles family-type cases. We don’t know if he was ambushed by someone who was upset by one of his rulings, but we do know that this turned out to be a good-guy-with-a-gun scenario.

Judge Bruzzese was prepared:

By Dan Calabrese - Tuesday, August 22, 2017 - Full Story

Van Attack in Barcelona—13 Killed, 100 injured, police kill four suspects in Cambrils terror raid

Police kill four suspects in Cambrils terror raid


A manhunt is underway for the driver of a van which killed at least 13 people and injured more than 100 in Barcelona.
Officials warn the death toll is likely to rise, with at least 10 people critically injured in this afternoon’s atrocity in the heart of the city’s tourist district.—More…


By News on the Net - Thursday, August 17, 2017 - Full Story

Shocking video shows moment cop is shot

By News on the Net - Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - Full Story

Improving detection of a ‘date rape’ drug

Because gamma hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), commonly known as a “date rape drug” is rapidly absorbed and metabolized by the body, it’s difficult for law enforcement to tell if someone has been given GHB. Now, scientists report in ACS’ journal Analytical Chemistry that they have identified a potential biomarker that might lead to tests to detect the compound that could be performed much later than current ones.

By American Chemical Society - Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – Acting in accordance with the order of a King County Superior Court judge, the City of Seattle on Monday afternoon revealed what had been suspected for more than a year, that its revenue from a so-called “gun violence tax” was far below projections when the tax was hastily adopted in 2015, the Second Amendment Foundation has learned.

According to court-ordered data provided to the senior editor of, a SAF-owned publication, the city collected $103,766.22. That is woefully short of the predicted $300,000 to $500,000 predicted by then-City Council President Tim Burgess when he championed the tax.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - Full Story

UPDATE: Coast Guard searches Lake Erie for two missing people

CLEVELAND — The U.S. Coast Guard searches for two people who were last seen on an inflatable raft approximately 500 yards offshore of North Kingsville, Ohio, late Monday.

The reporting source said that one individual on the raft jumped into the water and tried swimming the raft to shore; the reporting source lost sight of the reported people in distress shortly thereafter.

Coast Guard Station Ashtabula launched a 25-foot response boat - small and Air Station Detroit launched an MH-65 helicopter to search for the people in distress. Coast Guard crews will continue to search through the night.

By United States Coast Guard - Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - Full Story


Political extremists clashed Saturday before a “Unite the Right” rally planned around a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia, and as usual the police sat back and did virtually nothing as left-wingers rioted.

Described as a “white nationalist” event, radical rightist and racist Richard Spencer was on the list of speakers scheduled to address the audience. Although not every right-winger attending the “Unite the Right” rally (which might have been more aptly named “Hijack the Right”) was a fascist and not every counter-protester was an authoritarian extremist, the fighting appears to have been largely between the extremists from both ends of the political spectrum.

Charlottesville Racists Don’t Represent Me

The liberal left media has been covering a horrific happening in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a driver of a car plowed his vehicle into a crowd in a manner we normally see committed by Muslim Terrorists.  Great Britain’s Daily Mail Online provided the following headline: Woman is killed and 19 hurt as car plows into anti-fascists at white nationalist rally: Driver ‘intentionally’ accelerates into crowd and is arrested after riot cops use tear gas to break up violent clashes.

The Drudge Report provided a list of links revealing for us the ideological attitude being chased over what happened in Virginia.

By Douglas V. Gibbs - Monday, August 14, 2017 - Full Story

UPDATE 3: Merchant vessel runs aground in Saint Marys River

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich.  — The cargo vessel Calumet, a 629-foot ship that ran aground on the north side of Sugar Island Wednesday, was re-floated Friday, at approximately 8:50 PM, after the Coast Guard approved a salvage plan submitted by the vessel’s owner.

The St. Marys River, which had been closed to commercial vessel traffic from the Soo Locks to Six Mile Point following the grounding, was reopened at 9:30 p.m. Friday after the Army Corp of Engineers surveyed the bottom of the river in the vicinity of the grounding and found that no debris was obstructing the channel.

By News on the Net - Saturday, August 12, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – The Washington State Supreme Court’s ruling that upholds Seattle’s so-called “gun violence tax” shows that elections – especially those for state Supreme Court justices – matters now more than ever, the Second Amendment Foundation said.

“The high court’s decision to uphold what clearly appears to us as a violation of Washington’s 34-year-old State Preemption Act is proof positive that the court places political correctness above the rule of law,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “Gun owners must get more involved in Supreme Court races.”

By Second Amendment Foundation - Thursday, August 10, 2017 - Full Story

Antifa: the resurgence of left-wing street warfare

Left-wing domestic terrorism has increased at alarming rates since the 2016 election under the auspices of an underground radical movement that calls itself “Antifa,” or “anti-fascist action.” Much of this violence has been centered around Portland, Oregon, where Antifa guerrillas have assaulted peaceful demonstrators and conservative groups in the name of combating an ever-expanding definition of fascism.

In April 2017, the 82nd Avenue of Roses Business Association in Portland canceled its annual Rose Festival and parade because it received an anonymous email allegedly from Antifa groups threatening violence if the Multnomah County Republican Party was allowed to participate in the parade. The email noted ominously: “You have seen how much power we have downtown and that the police cannot stop us from shutting down roads so please consider your decision wisely… This is nonnegotiable.”

By BombThrowers -- Jacob Grandstaff- Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – For the first time in its history, the Second Amendment Foundation today issued a “travel advisory” to firearms owners to avoid going to California, warning law-abiding armed citizens that their civil rights could be in jeopardy due to that state’s restrictive gun control laws.

“The California Legislature has been out of control for years when it comes to placing restrictions on the Second Amendment rights of honest citizens,” SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb observed. “Right now, I wouldn’t suggest to any gun owner that they even travel through the state, much less to it as their final destination.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, August 8, 2017 - Full Story

DoJ uses power of the purse to rein in sanctuary cities

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is adding teeth to his righteous crackdown on so-called sanctuary cities.

Any effort to enforce U.S. immigration laws is denounced by the Left as racist as mean-spirited, and this new initiative will no doubt be similarly characterized.


BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation and Illinois State Rifle Association are supporting a lawsuit by two Illinois residents seeking a permanent injunction against a ban on so-called “assault weapons” adopted in Cook County more than ten years ago, in a case filed in Cook County Circuit Court.

Plaintiffs in the action are Matthew D. Wilson and Troy Edhlund. They are represented by attorney David G. Sigale of Glen Ellyn.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, August 1, 2017 - Full Story

Marx and Mohammed in Manchester

There’s good news for Manchester.

The city with the highest death rate and some of the worst drug and alcohol problems in England is
getting a statue of Friedrich Engels.

A scowling bearded cement statue of Marx’s best friend will fix everything wrong with Manchester.

By Daniel Greenfield - Friday, July 28, 2017 - Full Story


BELLEVUE, WA – A King County Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of a firearms magazine editor and the Second Amendment Foundation in a case challenging the City of Seattle’s refusal to disclose “gun violence tax” revenues under the Public Records Act (PRA).

SAF filed the lawsuit in September with Dave Workman, senior editor of SAF owns the publication. At issue was the city’s refusal to comply with Workman’s PRA request for revenue collected by the city under its “gun violence tax,” passed by the city council in the summer of 2015.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Friday, July 28, 2017 - Full Story

The Palestinian UN Envoy was asked to condemn the slaughter of a Jewish family.

By News on the Net - Friday, July 28, 2017 - Full Story

Don’t Be Pro-Israel, Be Pro-Sarah

Chaya Salomon was murdered at a Sabbath dinner with her family. The 46-year-old Jewish woman was stabbed to death alongside her 70-year-old father Yosef and her 36-year-old brother Elad.

Photos show the kitchen of the Salomon house in the Israeli village of Neve Tsuf covered in blood. The youngest Salomon daughter had given birth to a new member of the family. The bottle of Glenfiddich on the table was never opened. Instead an Islamic terrorist burst in and stabbed the new grandfather. Tova, the new grandmother was badly wounded. Elad’s wife rushed the children to a safe room.

The smiling terrorist was taken away. He had come armed with a Koran and a knife. “I know that with Allah my dreams will come true,” he had posted on Facebook. “I will go to heaven.”

By Daniel Greenfield - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

NJ 12-year-old’s suicide a plea for cyber-bullying law: GOP candidate Heather Darling

On June 14, when many Americans honor the adoption of the American Flag on July 14, 1777, a 12-year-old gymnast is believed to have ended her own life after her mother on that day urged officials at the child’s school to clamp down on Internet bullies. The suicide is being investigated although the young girl’s mother hasn’t said bullying played a role in the incident. But the GOP candidate for Morris County Freeholder wants more than just talk about the serious and growing problem of bullying on the worldwide web.

“Cyber bullying is a crime that can be committed anonymously and the messages can be impossible to trace and delete,” said Roxbury, New Jersey, attorney Heather Darling who is favored to win her bid for Freeholder.  “While the bully is safely hiding behind fake accounts, the victim is left to deal with the fallout of the posted statements or images including substantial ridicule from peers. Once posted the images or statements often spread quickly online and the victim is faced with the reality that anyone they encounter may have seen the posted material,” said the Seton Hall School of Law graduate.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story