Support H.R. 193

As long as the United States is a member of the United Nations, our Constitutional rights are in danger. Even if we do not actively participate in totalitarian schemes like their “Arms Trade Treaty” (ATT), maintaining our membership in the U.N. makes it easier for any future President to push for ratification of the ATT or sign us onto the next anti-gun treaty.

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Don’t cave in on gun legislation

A couple of weeks ago, Democrats made a mockery of the House by sitting on the floor, whining — metaphorically holding their breath until they turned blue. Yet with Obama in the White House and Democrats holding supermajorities in the House and Senate in 2009-2010, the Democrats did nothing to pass gun control legislation, which they now falsely claim is vital to public safety.

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Please co-sponsor and vote for H.R. 4980

Constitutional rights cannot be denied without due process of law. But that’s exactly what the Obama administration is doing. Mismatched fingerprints, spelling errors and duplicate names mean thousands of law-abiding Americans are wrongly flagged as criminals and denied the right to buy a gun. Continue reading “Please co-sponsor and vote for H.R. 4980”

An insecure sense of security

It’s difficult to know what to make of the report that new Apple Valley mayor Barb Stanton views public safety as one of her top priorities in the wake of the terrorist attack in San Bernardino (“Barb Stanton makes Apple Valley history,” Daily Press, December 10, 2015). Some of Stanton’s previous top priorities have been voting against the Town purchase of the Apple Valley Country Club (for which she voted in favor), keeping government out of business (except where the animal shelter and Ranchos Water Company are involved), transparency in government (except where the Ranchos takeover is concerned), etc. Continue reading “An insecure sense of security”