Reminder: You Are Invited To Our Organization Meeting

When: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM (EST)

Where: Doylestown Library – 150 South Pine Street Doylestown, PA 18901

Registration Required: www.PA4SP.org/Nov10

All of us on the Board of PA4SP would like to extend an invitation to you our members and all those who strongly believe in our 2nd Amendment Rights and the Constitution to join us on Tuesday November 10th.

We look forward to meeting with you to share our plans moving to the next level, and to review our accomplishments. We understand it is up to you and us the citizens of Pennsylvania to keep a vigilant watch over those in Harrisburg who can interpret the Constitution to meet their personal political agenda.

Although we are a young organization we believe we have made some important contributions in preserving and expanding our 2nd Amendment rights. We have made ourselves very visible to our elected officials and continue to be a strong voice for every citizen of Pennsylvania. We look forward to discussing our organizational goals and getting your input. We would like to hear your perspective on the current political climate and its potential effects on our rights.

PA4SP has many items on our agenda that we would like to share with you and also offer the opportunity to be a stronger voice by participating in the club’s efforts. We know our club’s best resources are our members and those of you who feel strongly about your rights and want to make sure we keep them.

So please join us for an informative and interesting evening that we are sure will leave you with a call to action.www.PA4SP.org/Nov10

When: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM (EST)
Where: Doylestown Library – 150 South Pine Street Doylestown, PA 18901

There is no charge, of course, but we need everyone who plans to attend to register online.

To get your ticket, go to:

Register now for our Nov 10 meeting

Sen. Toomey Still Wants Extended Background Checks

Today, the senator said that he continues to support extended background checks, according to Philly.com.  (full article here)

Saying that these extended background checks would reduce gun violence by keeping guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally-ill is an attack on lawful gun owners, and does nothing to solve the real problem.

Such statements imply that criminals and the mentally-ill obtain their firearms from lawful gun-owners in private transactions.  There is zero evidence of that.  In fact, in every mass-shooting, the shooter obtained his guns by passing a background check, or by stealing them.

Criminals are already prohibited from owning firearms.  The mentally-ill are already prohibited from owning firearms.  It is already a federal felony to sell a firearm to a prohibited person.  And somehow, we are to believe that forcing a duck-hunter to do a background check on his hunting buddy before loaning him his prized duck-gun is going to reduce gun-crime?

Stop blaming lawful gun owners and stop forcing us to pay the price for government’s failure to enforce current laws.

opinion:  //tom campione