The yearly Montana State University-Billings political poll is out and, on most issues, it shows that Montanans are in a decidedly conservative mood with large majorities opposing new gun laws, believing that the federal government is too big, and disapproving of President Barack Obama to name just a few of the poll results.
Senator commented on other shootings, mum on this one. Also refuses to comment on no-fly list gun ban plan even though supporters like it.
The State of California already has most — if not all — of the “common sense” laws that the left claims will stop mass shootings.
A Democrat-proposed gun ban would require gun confiscation and ban most pistols, in addition to prohibiting popular hunting weapons.
A poll sanctioned by the anti-gun group Mom’s Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and carried out by a left-wing political consulting firm is claiming that a vast majority of Missoulians support a controversial — and legally questionable — background check proposal that is currently before the city council. The poll claims that 82 […]
Montana Republican Attorney General Tim Fox broke his silence today on a proposed Missoula city ordinance that would make every gun purchase within city limits subject to a federal background check. Fox stated his opinion that the ordinance would violate state law.
A proposal before the Missoula City Council that would require background checks on every private sale or transfer of firearms may violate state law.
Seeking to advance an anti-gun agenda in the wake of the tragic murder to two journalists in Virginia yesterday morning, the Montana chapter of Mom’s Demand Action for Gun Sense in America announced in a press release this morning that it is holding a rally and giving a “condolence” message to Missoula’s CBS affiliate, KPAX-TV.
An anti-gun group funded by former New York City Mayor and media billionaire Michael Bloomberg has spent thousands of dollars during the current Montana legislative session lobbying against bills that would expand the rights of those who carry firearms.
Two anti-gun groups backed by former New York City Mayor and media billionaire Michael Bloomberg held a rally at the state capitol in Helena on Friday to protest several bills that would expand the rights of Montanans who carry firearms.