Still trying to push the “muh stockpiles” narrative on Day 27 of the “Exploit Las Vegas” agenda, professional activist and CEO of the Alannah and Madeline Foundation Lesley Podesta took to the Daily Telegraph: “Yet there is no statutory limitation on how many guns an individual
The 3 month virtue signal exercise aka the National Firearms Amnesty from Justice Minister Michael Keenan came to an end this week. This statement from the Prime Minister’s Office: “Australia’s 3 month National Firearms Amnesty has led to more than 50,000 firearms being handed in across
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.
One week removed from Lesley Podesta’s disgraceful comments on firearm ownership, the Australian media have been in overdrive trying to desperately sell the national firearms amnesty this past week. Yesterday, both NSW Police and Malcolm Turnbull indulged in a spot of virtue signalling by both having
Following on from our look at the “new” National Firearms Agreement released on Friday, we said there were a few more things needing clarification. One of them was regarding hand guns. Well, we had a look again and sure enough we found something that is already
The Victorian Government has revealed that the private data of firearm owners was leaked by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (a bureaucracy name if I’ve ever heard one) eight times by email. From the article: The error occurred on eight separate occasions, with
The ongoing Adler debacle has not only revealed the complete incompetence of the Australian media, it’s also highlighted just how bad our Police Ministers are. The one that has gone under the radar the most despite making Bill Byrne-esque ploys? Victorian Police Minister Lisa Neville. Neville
After their efforts earlier in the year with an attempt at passing Military Appearance Clauses, Tasmania Police have again tried to force more unsubstantiated, non-evidenced based firearm regulations. Their target this time – handgun licence holders. The draft regulations from the Tasmanian Firearm Review were released.