Posts tagged Second Amendment
There is a great cry from many well intentioned citizens to petition to referendum, SB281. Although well intentioned, this would be the wrong thing to do.
Maryland stands at a crossroads of an epic issue. Will we govern as a Constitutional Republic or simply a hyper-democracy? Unfortunately, the mere act of taking SB281 to referendun would send the wrong message. It would suggest Constitutional rights are subject to elimination at the whims of a simple majority… and it would fuel the ambitions of democratic majorities to continue their attacks on our freedoms.
We must not and cannot give any semblance of authority More >
AR-15 is a Palmetto Arms, 16″ barrel with collapsable stock
AK-47 is from Arsenal Inc., 16″ barrel with a side folding stock
Both guns are currently at Pasadena Gun and Pawn if you would like to view them and see what other goodies they have!
If you would like to purchase raffle tickets, Please mail a check for the total number of tickets to: Supporters of Don Dwyer , P.O. Box 667 Glen Burnie MD 21061. Your stubs will be mailed to you.
Press Release: Citizen Delivers over 20,000 Pages of Testimony in Opposition to O’Mallys Gun Grabbing Agenda
Today, Delegate Don Dwyer received and delivered to the House Judiciary Committee, about 20 thousand sheets of written testimony submitted by Mr. Mike Endzel of Easton on behalf of citizens opposing the many gun ban bills being heard on Friday March 1st, including HB 294 the Governor’s so called “Firearms Safety Act”
Mr. Endzel and Chris Dingler created a website www.nationalbands.com to provide a venue for people who are not able to come to Annapolis in person, to submit written testimony for what has become a galvanizing issue for many Marylanders.
Mr. Endzel had not previously participated in the Legislative More >
You numbered so many that they had to close the building for safety reasons at the request of DGS Police and State Police because of the fire code capacity.
This has never happened in Annapolis! And you all did it!
I want to assure each of you that came and signed in but was not able to speak- your name is recorded and entered in the record as opposing this legislation. Please do not go away More >
Below I am posting the letter that I have sent to the Maryland Sheriffs Association regarding their Oath of office to uphold the Constitution and urging them to defend the right to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Bill of Rights against any unconstitutional law which infringes on that right.
Maryland Sheriffs’ Association
Sheriff Michael A. Lewis
410 Naylor Mill Road Salisbury, MD 21803
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Dear Sheriff Lewis,
In light of President Obama’s intent to infringe the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding Citizens across America by way of Executive Orders, I am calling on you and the members of the Maryland More >
Hearing for SB 281
Feb 6th 1pmSenate Judicial Proceedings Committee room Miller Senate Building 11 Bladen Street, Annapolis MD If you are testifying: Please arrive as early as possible to sign in, the committee will take sign ins until about noon.
You will be given 3 minutes to speak. If you are submitting written testimony you must bring a copy for each of the Senators who sit on the committ…ee (11 copies) and submit them to Committee staff before noon so they can make sure all of the Senators have the materials on their desks.
There are various parking garages in Annapolis, More >
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Office of the Attorney General 200 St. Paul Place Baltimore, MD 21202
Dear Attorney General Gansler,
In light of the most recent Supreme Court decision of MCDONALD ET AL. v. CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, ET AL. No. 08–1521. Argued March 2, 2010—Decided June 28, 2010) regarding the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, I would like to know how the decision effects Maryland’s current policies, procedure and law regarding a Maryland Citizens right to carry a firearm regardless of concealed or open carry.
More specifically, does this ruling reverse the current Maryland standard of “good and substantial reason” for More >