Saturday 3/15/14 10am and 2:30pm: Testifying against gun control bills workshop !

Join your fellow patriots in defense of of gun rights by attending the RI Second Amendment Coalition meeting Sat March 15th to discuss the upcoming gun control hearing at the RI State House. Testifying on behalf gun rights is nothing to be nervous about and all are encouraged to do so. This meeting will go over all the bills and what they mean in plain English. You will learn how to sign up to testify, how to submit written testimony and be better prepared to make a positive impact in preserving gun rights in Rhode Island. We have all learned from testifying last year, and want to share. Please attend this meeting, bring friends and get ready for Tuesday. I personally will be at the Highland meeting and would like to meet many of our readers, so please introduce yourself.

There will be both a morning and afternoon meeting available for all to attend.


Highland Rod and Gun Club

66A Plainfield Pike

Foster, RI 02825


Bradford Sportsmen’s Club

299 Ross Hill Rd.

Charlestown, RI

  • shooter geek

    Hey, this may not be the right spot for this post, but here goes.

    This is a transcript from Freedom Outpost website. Aaron Weiss, an Iraq combat veteran and law enforcement officer, spoke to the motion to repeal New York’s SAFE Act at the Dutchess County Legislature back in March 11 2013. Weiss, from Poughkeepsie, took to the podium:

    “Why is dead children your battle cry?”

    “I heard some shocking things from some people and some legislators,”

    “They said it took a lot of courage to pass the SAFE Act. Apparently, my definition of courage differs from yours.”

    “You see,if it was really so courageous a bill, and it took so much courage to pass it, then why was it done in the middle of the
    night when no one could see it or read it? That’s not courage. That’s a mafia style sit-down to divvy up what’s good for the

    “Courage, is taking the right and true course of action, not the politically expedient one and anyone who is proud of this law
    must also be proud of the PATRIOT Act, the TSA (Transportation Security Agency), imprisoning Japanese citizens in World War II,
    since all these actions were spurred on by emotional fear and rammed through in the name of public safety.”

    “Another issue is the insistence of certain people to stand on the graves of dead children and challenge those that disagree to
    say it to the parent’s faces. Well, I, for one, will pick up that gauntlet.”

    “First off, why is ‘dead children’ your battle cry? You didn’t say anything about the hundreds of Chicago children being killed
    and for some reason you only screamed when it happens to wealthy white ones.”

    “And yes, I’ll say to anyone’s face, my right is more important than your dead, because I fought for it first hand. I washed the
    blood of my friends out of my Humvee and I picked up their mangled bodies and I fought day in and day out.”

    “I did more things than people can imagine. So, yeah, my right trumps your dead.”

    “I earned it in blood! I gave up a lot for this country, including my youth, and better men than me gave up a whole lot more so
    that all of you, myself included, could enjoy the rights that are guaranteed to us in our Constitution and Bill of Rights.”

    “We didn’t go through all of that to come back home and watch you surrender what we fought for happen based on the demented acts of a couple of mad men,”

    “Since voting to take away someone’s rights is totally different than being asked to enforce it, I want you to consider this. If
    you support the SAFE Act so whole heartedly, are you willing to stand with law enforcement members who lead from the front to
    enforcement? What I mean by that is if a constituent of yours feels so alienated by this law and the manner in which it was
    passed and they refuse to comply with it, are you willing to stack up on their front door and go in first?”

    “I bet if a clause was in this bill that required you, the elected leadership, our elected leaders to go in the door first, I bet
    you would not be so steadfast,”

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