David Keene: Ceasefire in the War on Guns is Over
We will look at what gun owners can expect from Washington, the States and the courts as progressive Democrats and their funders launch the biggest, most coordinated and well financed attack on the Second Amendment ever.
The ceasefire in the war over gun rights ended in February when the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives passed a “universal background check” requirement and other restrictions on private firearms ownership. The U.S. Supreme Court is also slated to hear the first firearms case in nearly a decade.
It’s going to be quite a year and it will get rough. We will look at what gun owners can expect from Washington, the States and the courts as progressive Democrats and their funders launch the biggest, most coordinated and well financed attack on the Second Amendment ever.
David KeeneDavid A. Keene is the Editor at Large of The Washington Times, the nation’s largest conservative daily print newspaper. The Times’ web site is one of the top five most widely read online news outlets in the country. He is the author of Shall Not Be Infringed: The New Assaults on your Second Amendment. While serving as President of the National Rifle Association from 2011-13, the nation’s largest Second Amendment membership organization, Keene worked tirelessly to keep the U.S. from adopting further gun control legislation and the organization grew from four to five plus million members during his tenure. Along with NRA’s Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, he led the “All-In” Campaign to elect pro-gun advocates in 2012. He remains on the board, the Executive Committee, and chairs the Publications Policy Committee.