It seems only 10 people turning up to your Friday afternoon protest has really got to Sam Lee who has had a meltdown in the Guardian, calling for the Federal Government to “seize control” over the states on firearms: “Gun control advocates have called for federal
Trying to capitalise on the “March for Change” DomainFax acquired a high school student to push the anti-gun agenda with this open letter: “So I write this letter to you, the survivors, as you prepare to “March For Our Lives” in Washington DC today, to encourage
Imagine my shock. While the AFP and Michael Keenan were patting themselves on the back for an alleged 57,000 firearms handed in at the amnesty, that narrative was unravelling in the Senate Estimates Committee hearing thanks to Based Leyonhjelm: So, not only could the AFP not
Can’t overwhelm the Leyonhjelm. His latest interview on Sky News: Knocked it out of the park. David was only incorrect on one thing, we’ve also had school shootings: Note that all bar one of them happened after John Howard’s infamous laws. The obvious retort is that
It’s obvious to many that the Australian media and politicians have been at the forefront of shaping Australians’ perception on firearms, particularly to those who are indifferent or against firearms in general. The level of astounding mistruths and misinformation that are promulgated on this topic in
The recent David Dunstan fiasco and it’s “resolution” raised many questions over the legitimacy over using firearms for self-defence. One of the main things to come out of the incident was NSW Nationals MP John Barilaro moving to launch an inquiry in to NSW’s self-defence laws.
Your tax dollars ladies and gentlemen. A panel consisting of ABF Secretary Michael Pezzullo, Acting Commissioner Michael Outram and Liberal Senator Michaelia Cash completely failed to explain what Airsoft was at a Senate Estimates Hearing when prompted by Senator David Leyonhjelm. Watch: Are we really surprised
Desperation stuff. Gun Control Australia spokesman Charles Watson gave an interview on the ABC this week on the national firearm amnesty. As usual, GCA were allowed to air their view unopposed, with no pro-firearm guest on to counter the myriad of farcical claims made by Watson.
It didn’t even take 10 minutes. On the first day of the National Firearm Amnesty, a Queensland gun owner has surrendered a Nerf Gun: What is interesting is that names and details are being taken (although it is standard procedure to do so when handing in
For the 2nd time in four months, Australian firearm owner details have been leaked to the public due to bureaucratic incompetence. In contrast to the incident in Victoria just recently, Service NSW have sent firearm licences to the wrong addresses. From the Daily Telegraph: “WEAPON stores