June 2017

Rumors AntiFa could swarm Gettysburg prompt fed reaction. We suggest the National Guard be called up. Desecration of this battlefield should not be allowed.

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Two dozen Democrats get behind bill to lay foundation for removing Trump for being mentally ‘incapacitated’ (but they’d need Mike Pence to agree). Trump Anxiety Derangement Syndrome just keeps getting worse. We love it.

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Marine Le Pen charged over EU funding scandal: lawyer. Yet more fake news? It appears to us that the left in Europe wants to ensure she doesn’t ever run again.

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Dana Loesch’s video hits the nail on the head. We like it, but we’ve read some posts on various gun sites by posters who feel this is threatening and that we gun owners should be singing Kumbaya to get liberals into the fold, which is something we feel will never work.

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Google Donates $2m to Gun Control Groups. Well, if you needed yet another reason to hate Google here it is folks.

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She’s back: Kathy Griffin joins the outrage at Trump’s Mika tweet in her first comment about the president since her severed head stunt provoked fury. Trying to revive her DOA career perchance?

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San Francisco to pay $190,000 to illegal immigrant after police turned him over to ICE in violation of the city’s sanctuary law. Just when you think the powers in SF can’t possibly do anything more moronic they manage to pull it off. We can’t wait to see what they come up with to top this.

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This Is What CNN Focused On For 13 Hours Straight. Must have been a slow day for fake news.

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Democratic Party More Bankrupt Than Ever. They’re catching up to Illinois and California fast. Not only can’t they run states they can’t even run their own party.

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PROPOSITION 63 SUFFERS FIRST DEFEAT IN COURT

For Immediate Release:

PROPOSITION 63 SUFFERS FIRST DEFEAT IN COURT:
FEDERAL JUDGE GRANTS CRPA’S REQUEST IN NRA SUPPORTED CASE TO
STAY ENFORCEMENT OF CALIFORNIA’S MAGAZINE BAN

Today, attorneys for the California Rifle & Pistol Association, supported by the National Rifle Association, obtained an important injunction in the case of Duncan v. Becerra, a federal lawsuit challenging California’s restrictions against standard capacity magazines. The injunction effectively prevents California from enforcing its recently enacted ban against possession of such magazines while the case is pending, which was set to take effect on July 1—less than 2 days from today.

In granting the injunction, Judge Roger Benitez explained that Plaintiffs are likely to succeed in this lawsuit because “public safety interest may not eviscerate the Second Amendment.”

Filed in May, Duncan is the second in a series of carefully planned lawsuits challenging the package of gun control laws passed last year that have collectively become known as “gunmageddon” in addition to the anti-gun Proposition 63. The case challenges California’s restrictions against standard capacity magazines on the grounds that it violates the Second Amendment, due process clause, and takings clause of the United States Constitution.

As a result of the injunction, California gun owners will not be required to surrender or permanently alter their lawfully owned property by July 1. Instead, the injunction preserves the “status quo” while the constitutionality of the law is decided by the court.

HELP US DEFEAT CALIFORNIA’S MAGAZINE BAN!

CRPA and NRA will continue to support legal efforts such as Duncan, but we need all of California’s 10+ million gun owners to stand with us. Victory cannot be achieved without your support.

By donating today to the CRPA Foundation, you will help CRA and NRA strike down California’s standard capacity magazine ban and the rest of “Gunmageddon” in addition to the insidious Prop 63. With your help, we will restore the freedoms that the anti-gun lobby and elitist Sacramento politicians took from us in 2016 and restore the right to choose to own a firearm to defend yourself and your family.

To find out more information on CRPA’s endeavors and how you can get involved, please visit CRPA.org. For further information on the CRPA Foundation, click here.

Thank you for standing with CRPA and NRA. Together, we will make freedom ring once again throughout the Golden State.

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NRA Certified Instructor– Pistol, Rifle, PPITH, PPOTH, Metallic Cartridge Reloading
NRA Range Safety Officer

NRA Endowment Member
CRPA Life Member
CGN/CGSSA Contributor

Hey Gavin Newsom…..suck it.

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Trump administration just audited the “ObamaPhone” program. They found a “staggering” amount of fraud and waste.

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CONFUSION: Maxine Waters says ‘700 BILLION’ will lose coverage with O’care reform: Only slightly less ridiculous than the takeaway from the CBO’s numbers.

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Online hate speech may soon incur a hefty bill in Germany: The 1930’s called, they want their domestic policy back.

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Justice! Businesses to Sue The City Of Baltimore for Failing to Protect Them During Riots. This is what happens when your liberal mayor wants to have free range rioters.

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Sarah Palin sues New York Times over ‘defamatory’ editorial that linked PAC ads to Gabby Giffords shooting. Who goes down in flames first? The NYT or CNN?

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California DOJ get bitch-slapped on regulations submitted to OAL. California’s DOJ under AG Kamala Harris and now AG Xavier Becerra way overstepped their bounds on legislation passed and signed by Governor Jerry Brown. They added numerous regulations to what was a simple assault weapon registration scheme. Below is a copy of the email I received from the California Rifle and Pistol Assocation awhile ago.

We think it’s time to celebrate by having a few beers. We urge you to donate to CRPA to continue the fight because there are other regulations they’re fighting and you can bet they’ll be back on this shit. Remember, it’s better to stop this kind of crap in California before it spreads to other states like the disease that it is.

A CRPA Win: Politicians’ Proposed “Assault Weapon” Regulations Rejected by Office of Administrative Law

On Monday, June 26, the Office of Administrative Law formally rejected DOJ’s proposed regulations for the registration of newly classified “assault weapons,” which go far and above what is necessary by creating over 40 new definitions and improperly re-classifying certain firearms as “assault weapons.” If approved, California gun owners would have been subject to burdensome and excessive requirements in order to register firearms equipped with “bullet buttons” as required under California law.

As previously reported, DOJ submitted their proposed regulations as “file and print only,” thereby claiming an exemption to the normal public review process required of any regulation from a state agency. DOJ even initially refused to release a copy of their proposed regulations to the public. And it is unsurprising why, for DOJ’s proposal remained largely unchanged from their first set of proposed regulations which NRA and CRPA opposed.

By rejecting the proposed regulations, the Office of Administrative Law appears to have agreed with NRA and CRPA attorneys, who on June 19 submitted a comprehensive opposition letter highlighting how DOJ’s proposal was unnecessary, lacked appropriate legislative authority, and was otherwise vague and unenforceable.

Today’s rejection is welcome news to all California gun owners. But the battle is far from over. Thousands of gun owners are still in the dark about how to register their newly classified “assault weapons,” and the deadline to do so is fast approaching. What’s more, DOJ may still appeal the rejection to the office of the Governor.

Currently, a proposed extension of the deadline to register a firearm now classified as an “assault weapon” is pending the Governor’s signature. To stay up-to-date on the required registration of newly classified “assault weapons,” as well as the NRA and CRPA support case of Rupp v. Becerra, which challenges California’s “assault weapon” restrictions as a violation of the Second Amendment, be sure to subscribe to NRA and CRPA email alerts.

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Sen John McCain Refuses to Report Big Foreign Donors to His Institute. It appears we have the Lamebrain McCain version of Hillary’s pay up to the Clinton Foundation to play. Talk about a conflict of interest.

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ISIS suicide bomber suffers from premature detonation. At a going-away party with fellow nutjobs militants, his explosive belt went off, killing himself and the well-wishers. Not a good way to impress 72 virgins.

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BOMBSHELL-American Pravda: CNN Producer Says Russia Narrative “bullsh*t” CNN is fake news, CNN knows it is fake news, CNN in proud it is fake news. Spread the word.

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Many college students are “book virgins.” Meaning they have never in their life read a book from beginning to end. If you were wondering how human civilization will end, now you know.

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Trump travel ban: GOP lawmakers want Ruth Bader Ginsburg to recuse herself from case. Well, if she doesn’t she’ll probably sleep through most of it.

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Supreme Court agrees to hear case of baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding. Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker’s man. Bake me a rainbow cake as fast as you can. Roll it, pat it, mark it with a “G.” Or my sleazebag attorney will sue for my baby and me!

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Supreme Court Allows Travel Ban To Take Effect. Well this is off to a good start with Gorsuch. We can’t wait for “Notorious” Ruth Bader Ginsburg or “Ted” Kennedy “Jr.” to retire and have Trump appoint another conservative justice. Even if you can’t stand Trump SCOTUS appointments alone made it worth voting him in.

Two classes of foreign national from the six countries named in the order may still enter the United States; aliens with relatives in America, or individuals with a meaningful connection to corporate entities and educational institutions in the United States will not be affected by the order.

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Donald Trump is NOT under investigation by the FBI. But Bernie Sanders IS and Hillary Clinton WAS. We just thought, since it’s Monday, we’d start the week with a moment of clarity.

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It’s okay to decorate a police car with rainbow flags, but not Bible verses. So we’re honoring queers but not brave police officers. Collective head shake.

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