SENATOR KIMPSON WANTS ANOTHER TAXPAYER FUNDED BOONDOGGLE
We just saw the conclusion of the political theater circus promoted by Senator Kimpson on “gun violence” over the summer months. Now the Senator wants back in the limelight – once again at taxpayer expense.
S. 516, filed March 8, 2017, sponsored by Senators Gregory and Kimpson, would establish a “Judicial Criminal Information Technology Committee”. The purpose of the committee is essentially to study and report on centralized information technology for law enforcement and the courts.
Roy Harmon published Constitutional Carry in South Carolina in 2017 in Blog 2017-03-05 21:35:33 -0500
WILL 2017 BE THE YEAR THAT SOUTH CAROLINA ALLOWS CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY?
Lawmakers have introduced two bills thus far that would establish “constitutional carry” in South Carolina, H.B. 3700 and S. 449. The purpose of these bills would be to allow anyone not otherwise prohibited by State or federal law to carry a handgun, openly or concealed.
Exceptions include the familiar locations such as school grounds, courthouses, polling places, and so forth, as well as property posted with a sign banning carry.
Undoubtedly, like the concealed weapons permit statutes some decades back and then “stand your ground” laws, constitutional carry legislation has become a national trend. The National Review cites a report that the number of constitutional carry states will reach 17 or 18 by the end of this year.
Will South Carolina be one of these States?
Roy Harmon posted about Donate on Facebook 2016-10-19 22:14:38 -0400Just made a donation to South Carolina Carry Inc.
Billionaires like Michael Bloomberg are funding anti-gun front groups across the United States. The Supreme Court has delivered several defeats to the anti-gun movement, so these groups are now attacking the Second Amendment at the state and local level.
Now, they're in South Carolina, and we have to join together to stop them. Can you donate $100? $25? $10? Every dollar helps. Your donation will be used to ensure that gun rights are protected and expanded in the Palmetto State.
Roy Harmon posted about JOIN on Facebook 2016-10-06 22:11:10 -0400I just joined South Carolina Carry to support gun rights in the Palmetto State. Join us!
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- 1 year First responder, LEO, military - $15
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Roy Harmon posted about Petition on Facebook 2016-09-09 10:40:10 -0400I support constitutional carry in SC. Do you? Sign the petition!
The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution clearly states that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. Requiring law-abiding citizens to ask government permission through the permit system before they can exercise their constitutional right to bear arms is a clear violation of that right. Constitutional Carry would allow every law-abiding South Carolina citizen the freedom to carry a gun to protect themselves and their families without needless delays and fees.794 signatures
If you support the right of South Carolina citizens to protect liberty and the right of individuals to defend themselves and their families, please sign this petition to call on members of the South Carolina General Assembly to both cosponsor and seek roll call votes on a South Carolina Constitutional Carry bill.