Ohioan’s Overwhelm Their Supreme Court

The gun owners in Ohio took quick action recently to protect their gun rights. The Second Amendment supporters made their voices heard, loud and clear.

The event that initiated this swift action from Ohio’s gun owners, were proposed amendments that would make it easier for law enforcement to  seize the firearms, ammunition, and concealed handgun licenses of citizens subject to a civil protection order (even without “sufficient nexus”).

The number of people contacting the court was so large that the email system went down and phone calls overwhelmed the switchboard. The citizens of Ohio let their voices be heard loud and clear a great example for all of us.

You can read more here.

Another Sad Story Out of New York

In upstate New York Ronald Stolarczyk was arrested in Oneida County and charged with felony possession of a firearm. Mr. Stolarczyk heard people in his garage and verbally warned them to leave. The two strangers then started coming upstairs into his home. Stolarczyk then shot both men with a .38 revolver and both criminals died.

The police and district Attorney determined that Mr. Stolarczyk had defended himself lawfully from the intruders. Then a short while later he was charged with felony possession of a weapon.

The gun had been handed down to him from his father and in New York that requires a host of registration and licensing permits. Mr. Stolarczyk committed the grievous sin of not jumping through those legal barriers placed by the totalitarian state.

Mr. Stolarczyk is currently in jail, unable to afford the $10,000 bail required by the court for his freedom. There is a legal fund to help in his defense you can find here.

This a sad story from the land of the free and the home of the brave.

You can read more here.