Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety and the Texas chapter of Moms Demand Gun Sense for America are both poised for a last-ditch attempt to sell the Lone Star State on gun control. Both groups will air anti-campus carry TV and digital ads while the state legislature considers a bill to allow students and university staff with right-to-carry permits the capacity to defend themselves while on campus, just as elsewhere. The campaign is estimated to cost about $80,000, indicating just how scared anti-gunners are about a Second Amendment win in Texas.
Anti-Campus Carry Ads To Attack The Texas Airwaves
It is an open question whether, as everyone sees Ukrainian citizens picking up rifles to defend their lives and liberty from Russian troops, more Europeans will come to the conclusion that this is a right every law-abiding person needs.
The former president will headline a star-studded cast of political heavyweights at the NRA Annual Meetings in Houston, Texas.
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