“There is little that’s quiet about a firearm with a silencer, unless one also thinks a jackhammer is quiet.” — Washington Post fact checker in giving anti-gunners three Pinocchios for their lies about suppressors.
“Whatever is in Heller is the law, and I follow the law … It’s not a matter of agreeing or disagreeing, Senator, respectfully. It’s a matter of it being the law, and my job is to apply and enforce the law.” — Judge Neil Gorsuch responding to questioning by U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein during this confirmation hearing.
“It is the Supreme Court that will have final word … [on] whether the NRA, and other extreme organizations, will be able to block common-sense gun regulations, including those that keep military-style assault weapons off our streets.” — Sen. Feinstein, in the same hearing, calling NRA, which enjoys support from a majority of Americans, an “extreme” organization.
“It was the Hollywood press and the glitterati that shunned him. It was almost as if he was backing something like child molestation rather than the Second Amendment.” — The late great Charlton Heston’s son, Fraser, on Hollywood shunning his father for his conservative views and advocacy.
“I get to see my grandkids grow up, my daughters get married eventually. He did a fabulous thing.” — Arizona State Trooper Ed Andersson on Thomas Yoxall, the concealed-carry permit holder who saved his life when he was brutally attacked on the side of the road in January.