Category: Constitutional carry

Orlando Shooting SHOULD Have Been Stopped

It is highly unlikely the Orlando shooting could have been prevented.  Even though the perpetrator had caught the attention of the FBI, so have tens of thousands of other people.  Out of all of these “possibles,” however, only a tiny fraction are ever moved up to “probables,” and only a small fraction of those ever […]

Rights are NOT “Privileges” and are NOT lawfully subject to license or licensing requirements

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I wrote the following letter to my state representative.  I’ll share the response with you when it arrives, and will let you know if it doesn’t. I’m writing you today concerning a point of Constitutional law I recently uncovered that appears to put much of Colorado’s licensing efforts in a dim light.  In particular, I’m […]