Monday, August 27, 2007

So, What's the News on Tomorrow?

From PRNewswire, a CCRKBA news release:

BELLEVUE, Wash., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) today encouraged all gun owners to stand up for their firearms rights tomorrow, Tuesday, Aug. 28.

"Jesse Jackson, the Brady Campaign and other anti-gunners are launching a series of protests and so-called prayer vigils against our individual Second Amendment rights on Tuesday," said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb, "and firearms owners have the same rights of free speech and assembly.

"We encourage gun owners to visit gun ranges, gun stores and sporting goods shops, especially if these facilities are singled out for protest activities," he continued. "What better way to show our appreciation for the First Amendment than by exercising it to defend the Second Amendment?
From The Open Press, the Jeff Knox news release:

Manassas, VA (OPENPRESS) August 25, 2007 -- Second Amendment activists are vowing to attend protests, prayer meetings, and vigils organized by Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow-PUSH coalition and The Brady Campaign Against Guns this Tuesday.

“We disagree completely with their message, but we fully support their right to say it and we want to demonstrate our support by being present at their events.” said Director of Operations for The Firearms Coalition, Jeff Knox.

Knox has dubbed the day “National Exercise Your Rights Day” and is encouraging Second Amendment activists to not only show their support for the anti-gunners’ right to free speech, but to exercise their own rights to speech, assembly, petitioning the government, and their right to Keep and Bear Arms by purchasing a gun or ammunition that day.
That is pretty much all I could find, I hope we can do better tomorrow and through the rest of the week.

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