Clinton said her gun safety position made her a target of the gun lobby during her campaign for president.
The battle lines couldn’t be more clear.
This weekend, at their convention in Rochester, the DFL endorsed the most extreme anti-gun ticket we’ve seen in Minnesota.
- DFL-endorsed Governor candidate Erin Murphy, an anti-gun State Representative who is proud of her “F” rating from the NRA and the Caucus. She’s been hostile to gun owners from her very first term.
- DFL-endorsed Lt. Governor candidate Erin Maye Quade, also an anti-gun State Representative who signed onto Linda Slocum’s egregious HF 3022 gun ban bill earlier this year only to later withdrawal calling it a clerical mistake. Her spouse is a former full-time employee at Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun Everytown activist organization.
- DFL-endorsed Attorney General candidate Matt Peliken, an anti-gun attorney who has called for complete bans on many semi-automatic firearms under the guise of ‘gun safety’ legislation. He was introduced at the convention for by the leader of the state-based anti-gun organization Protect…
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Another unmistakable handsign from the “progressive” DFL. AG Candicate Matt Pelikan is in lock step with the DFL gubernatorial candidate in hating gun owners for the crimes of a tiny few.
Pelikan in his nomination speech went after Swanson, highlighting his progressive values and saying his top priorities would be “GUNS, drugs and antitrust.”
“A progressive leader [like me] does not have an A+ rating from the NRA,” Pelikan said, referring to Swanson’s 2010 endorsement by the National Rifle Association.
DFL Party goes whole hog over to the anti-gun side. If you vote for any DFL candidate, you will be voting for Minnesota to
become a law-abiding gun owner’s Hell like New Jersey or California.
DFL candidate for Governor — Erin Murphy — wants to do thius to YOU in 2019.
I’m proud to have earned an “F” rating from the NRA. They’ve never…
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Last night, with just a few minutes before the midnight deadline, the Minnesota House adjourned Sine Die – with the Senate adjourning just a few minutes later.
And with that, we close the books on the 2018 legislative session and the 2017 – 2018 legislative biennium.
We’ll have more to say in the coming days and weeks about the legislative session – but here’s the good news now that we’ve reached Sine Die:
- No gun control passed!
- No gun control bills even made it out of a committee hearing.
- No gun control amendments were adopted on the floor.
- We saw the full anti-gun agenda exposed by many anti-gun DFL legislators and activist groups like Protect Minnesota, Everytown, and Moms Demand Action.
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The Eden Prairie, MN City Council has been holding public debate over the past few weeks about attempting to ban “assault weapons” from being sold in the city and raising the age for purchasing a firearm from 18 to 21.
This effort is being driven by a small group of anti-gun activists in the city who have been putting pressure on the city council.
On the city council, Council Member Ron Case is the one that is pushing for action on “gun violence prevention”.
Any such ban would be purely symbolic because Minnesota law pre-empts the ability for a city to regulate firearms – such decisions are left only to the state legislature.
Our action for today is to e-mail and call the Eden Prairie City Council and demand they drop this ridiculous effort. If you’re a resident of Eden Prairie, or someone who works, visits, or shops there regularly,
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Is a lie…
I rode for well over thirty years, from dirt bikes, inc. a short career in Motocross, to roadbikes, my BMW k100 was my favorite.
But after many years working as a medic and seeing way to many senseless crashes involving bikes and inattentive automobile drivers.
I said enough, 10 years ago.
Had my share of close calls and an attempt or two by others to run my butt off the road.
To many a$$holes on our roads today.