Apr 16 2014

Bad gun. Bad, bad gun…

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Apr 16 2014

It’s really very simple…

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Apr 15 2014

Want this sign…

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Apr 15 2014

Causes of Mass Shootings…

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Apr 14 2014

Requires ID?…

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Apr 14 2014

Guilty…

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Apr 12 2014

Need v. want…

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Apr 12 2014

Good question…

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Apr 11 2014

Guns protect people…

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Apr 11 2014

The voice of experience…

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Apr 10 2014

Armed Women…

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Apr 9 2014

Why Fort Hood…

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Apr 8 2014

A Rule to Remember…

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Apr 7 2014

Blunt, but absolutely true…

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Apr 5 2014

Florida lawmakers approve ‘warning shot’ bill revising self-defense laws

Marissa Alexander, of Jacksonville, was given a 20-year prison sentence after firing a gun near her estranged husband during an argument

Marissa Alexander, of Jacksonville, was given a 20-year prison sentence after firing a gun near her estranged husband during an argument

The Florida Senate on Thursday approved the so-called warning shot bill, moving to significantly revise the state’s self-defense laws for the first time since the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

The bill, which was partly inspired by the case of a Jasonville woman sentenced to 20 years in prison after firing a shot near her estranged husband during an altercation, passed the chamber 32-7. The woman, Marissa Alexander, is out on bail awaiting a new trial.

Alexander had tried to assert a “stand your ground” defense, but a judge rejected her claim. She was sentenced under a 1999 law called “10-20-life” in which mandatory sentences are imposed for using a gun in certain cases.

That law requires that anyone who shows a gun in the commission of certain felonies receive an automatic 10 years in prison. If a gun is fired, it’s an automatic 20 years under that law. Shoot and wound someone and the mandatory sentence is 25 years to life.

NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer and supporters said “10-20-life” wasn’t intended to be used in self-defense cases.

“This is an important bill because it stops the abuse of 10-20-life and keeps prosecutors from using it against people who use lawful self-defense,” Hammer said. She added that “10-20-life is not about self-defense. Self-defense is a constitutional right. 10-20-life was passed to stop prosecutors and judges from slapping gun-wielding criminals on the wrist and giving them reduced sentences or probation.”

Read the full story at FoxNews.com.

It should be noted that the NRA is defending a wrongly convicted Black woman who was a battered wife, while Liberals are wanting her to remain in prison.