A group of mayors and other officials have signed a letter to major gun manufacturers, asking them what progress they are making in developing so-called “smart guns.”
At least 20 mayors of American cities apparently understand that the world can be a dangerous enough place to require armed security—for them. Yet, these same mayors have worked to defund the police in their own cities.
On Tuesday during its annual gathering, the U.S. Conference of Mayors came out against national concealed-carry reciprocity as they announced a resolution opposing House H.R. 38 and Senate S.446—legislation that would enable law-abiding firearm owners to carry concealed firearms across all state lines.
In reality, Salas and her ilk have spent the last 40 years hamstringing our law enforcement so that the bulk of violent crime now has to do with only one thing: Drug turf wars.
Gun-ban billionaire Michael Bloomberg announced Monday the creation of a $200 million American Cities Initiative that will offer financial incentives to U.S. mayors who advocate for issues including gun control and immigration. The former New York City mayor unveiled his program at the United States Conference of Mayors in Miami Beach.
The oh-so benevolent billionaire is at it again. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has opened up his wallet and poured out $32 million to launch a program at Harvard University that will teach mayors how to “run cities more effectively.”
We’ve detailed before how several members of Michael Bloomberg’s so-called Mayors Against Illegal Guns organization turned out to be criminals themselves.