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Chatterday | Saturday, April 29, 2017

Chatterday | Saturday, April 29, 2017

“People will be coming from every city, state and hamlet in the United States. They will come with one anthem, ‘We are the NRA!’”Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones, in an op-ed welcoming thousands of National Rifle Association members gathering in Atlanta for the 146th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits.  

“Hey @NRA-the people of CA have already spoken. Loudly. We reject your $ driven agenda. We're focused on saving lives.” California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, bragging about his state’s unconstitutional gun laws, which are unlikely to do a single thing to promote public safety.

“I credit one program in particular for the record-low number of accidental shootings among children: the National Rifle Association’s Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program.” — Shooting range owner Leslie Deets, in an op-ed titled “NRA’s Work Helps Keep Kids Safe Around Guns.”  

“We’re drawing a line on the sand on this one, and we’ll spend what it takes.” — John Feinblatt, president of so-called Everytown for Gun Safety, talking about how much of Bloomberg’s money the group was willing to spend to combat national concealed-carry reciprocity legislation. 

“So far this year, 13 state legislatures have enacted laws to strengthen the right to keep and bear arms, and none have passed new gun control laws … In every year this century, pro-gun laws have outnumbered anti-gun laws, but this year’s score is particularly lopsided.”Feature article at thehill.com, penned by Colorado attorney Joseph Greenlee and Dave Kopel, Independence Institute research director and longtime America’s 1st Freedom contributor, detailing how gun owners are winning the battle in the states in 2017.