Saturday, March 9, 2013

Another concealed carry resolution

Feel like a trip to Joliet? No, no, not to IDOC's playground...

On Tuesday, March 12, the Will County Board will vote on a concealed-carry resolution. If you'd like to support the festivities, be there by 8:00AM for the 8:30AM start.

County Board Room
Will County Office Building
302 North Chicago Street

Because it's full-speed ahead for concealed carry in Illinois, I myself am uncertain why that County Board is taking up the cause now. Illinois is under a Federal Circuit Court order to pass a concealed carry law by June 8.

Maybe it's a case of "looking good". Is it "Let's look good to the public, since it's getting jammed down our throats, anyway"?

It's a long drive from McHenry County to Joliet but, if you are in the area, why not make a stop there?

Continue to call our own McHenry County state legislators and help "educate" them on equitable laws desired by law-abiding gun owners. Not just on the new concealed carry law, but on all proposed legislation related to firearms.

Why do I need an AR-15 and large-capacity magazines? As soon as Janet Napolitano explains why the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is buying 1.6 Billion rounds of ammunition, I'll answer that. Right now, it's looking like I might just have to defend myself against DHS.

Keep these in mind:

1. The Second Amendment protects the First Amendment.

2. "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance." (John Philpot Curran (1750-1817), Irish politician and judge)

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