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Seven New Arizona Gun Laws

EFFECTIVE JULY 23, 2014
 
Arizona has enacted all these gun laws, mostly excellent, casting doubt on the "news" media, which persists in quoting politicians, who insist we have been unable to enact any guns laws, instead of digging and publishing facts.
 
State after state has enacted gun laws, many good, many terrible, increasing the toll on gun owners, who must know more than a human can reasonably be expected to know.
 
KEY: Bill number o Statute Affected o Chapter number o Description
 
2014
 
HB2013 o §13-3112 o CH85 o 19-Year-Old CCW for Military Members o The qualifying age for carry permits has been lowered to 19 for anyone currently in or honorably discharged from the U.S. Armed Services, Reserves or State National Guards.
 
HB2336 o §38-1102 o CH147 o Cops and Booze o Text about non-existent state-operated bars was removed from this law to help clarify that off-duty and retired cops can't drink in public while armed (just like us), unless on special assignment, but the use of "may" makes the actual affect of this law unclear: "C. A peace officer or retired peace officer may be prohibited from carrying a firearm as follows: 5. When consuming alcohol at a licensed liquor establishment [Deleted: operated by this state, a county, a city or town or any other political subdivision of this state], except if a peace officer's employing agency authorizes the consumption of alcohol in the performance of the peace officer's duties."
 
HB2443 o §17-337 o CH93 o Soldier Hunting o Any member of the U.S. Armed Forces on active duty stationed here can purchase a resident hunting license (the offensive 30-day waiting period has been repealed).
 
HB2483 o §§11-812, 12-558, 13-3107, 13-3108, 17-601 o CH62 o Shooting On Private Land o This bill protects shooting firearms, BB and similar guns, and archery on private land and elsewhere:
 
1. Regarding county land, nothing in any ordinance can prevent, restrict or otherwise regulate lawful discharge of a firearm, air gun or use of archery equipment on private land that is not open to the public on a commercial or membership basis (§11-812).
 
2. No one can be banned ("enjoined") from lawful discharge of a firearm, air gun or use of archery equipment except by a) the attorney general to stop a public nuisance under §13-2917, or b) a private nuisance lawsuit or a negligence suit by a person in a permanent residence within 1/4 mile of the shot, with a strict burden of proof, the prevailing party collecting attorney's fees and costs, any claimed damages subject to clear and convincing evidence, and more (§12-558).
 
3. If hunting is legal in a city, the city can ban shooting within 1/4 mile of an occupied structure-unless it's OK with the owner or person in the structure. "Occupied structure" is now limited to a building where a reasonable person, at the time and place the shot was fired, would expect a person to be present (§13-3107).
 
4. Wherever hunting is legal, government subdivisions are under similar restrictions to those described above (§13-3108).
 
5. Political subdivisions of the state cannot use zoning to prohibit or regulate the discharge of firearms, or land maintenance or improvements directly related to shooting, on private land that isn't open to the public on a commercial or membership basis. They are also banned from exercising the same controls over land used for agricultural or other non-commercial purposes (§13-3108).
 
6. The definition of a shooting range is expanded to include, "Any area that is used for shooting on a private lot or parcel of land that is not open to the public on a commercial or membership basis." This is designed to stop various authorities that have been harassing the public for using air guns and other implements in their backyards, without harming anyone, as a matter of pure anti-rights bias (§17-601). Use of BB guns and similar training tools and toys in Arizona has always been understood to be protected under §13-3107, simply with adult supervision. This also protects ranges people can simply set up on sufficient tracts of private land.
 
It got complicated preventing squirm out and collateral attacks on firearms and related private-land use. §13-3121 already covered this, but it needed reinforcement.
 
HB2535 o §13-3121 o CH173 o NFA Certification o The transfer of certain NFA weapons, such as full autos and suppressors*, requires certification by a local chief law enforcement officer (CLEO), who is now required to respond to requests within 60 days and to provide certification if the transfer is legal. If unable to do so, the CLEO must inform the applicant in writing, with a reason. If the CLEO has less than 15 officers, the applicant may be referred to a county sheriff, who must comply with the request as above. A county attorney or tribal agency also may but is not required to provide certification. CLEOs cannot refuse to act because they don't like NFA weapons (that's actually in there, because some did refuse, which is why this law was enacted). *These are often referred to as Class III weapons, but they are actually Title II weapons. Class III is the license type dealers need to handle them commercially.
 
SB1118 o §17-304 o CH182 o Hunting Trespass o A criminally actionable request to leave land during a hunting trespass now includes being asked by a law-enforcement officer on behalf of the land owner, not just by the landowner or the owner's agent.
 
SB1266 o §13-3102 o CH1889 o Arming Elites o Elected or appointed judicial officers, as defined, can carry firearms in court facilities where they work if: 1- They've demonstrated competence with a firearm as described in the CCW law §13-3112N, and 2- They comply with any rule or policy of the presiding judge of the Superior Court while in the facility. This literally gives gun-law-making authority to presiding judges without legislative oversight, to people under that command, a dangerous new power completely without precedent. Everything below subsection D in that section gets renumbered.
 
NOTE: Carry In Post Offices Is Apparently Banned o Although 18 USC §930 seemed to provide for firearm possession and carry in Post Offices, an analysis provided by scholar Joe Olson at Hamline U. suggests government has ruled out this liberty with the generally unnoticed passage of 39 USC §410 in 2003, which eliminates large swaths of law that generally controls the Post Office, including 18 USC §930(d)(3),"the lawful carrying of firearms or other dangerous weapons in a Federal facility incident to hunting or other lawful purposes." See the apparently valid description of how this got done at GunLaws.com under the Updates button.
 
 

Bill of Rights Day Extravaganza

 
 
 
 
Alan says: I've been orchestrating the Bill of Rights Day gatherings since 1999
and this year I passed the baton to KnowledgeWorks and Carlos Alfaro.
Just look at what they've cooked up:
 
 
 
 
This Year's Bill of Rights Day Celebration In Phoenix
 
 
Monday, Dec. 15, 2014, 5:30 p.m.
ASU's AE England Building at Civic Space Park
424 N. Central Ave.
W. side of Central, N. of Van Buren
 
Come to the 15th Annual reading and discussion
of the health of the U.S. Bill of Rights
General admission $15, Students with ID $10
 
 
BILL OF RIGHTS CHALLENGE
Special Guest Speaker:
Edward Snowden's Attorney
Bruce Fein
 
"... the most well-connected Lawyer in Washington DC, Langley and Tel Aviv."
 
 
 
"Bruce Fein is a lawyer in the United States who specializes in constitutional and international law. Fein has written numerous articles on constitutional issues for The New York Times, The Washington Times, Slate.com, Legal Times, and is active on the issues of civil liberties. He has also worked for the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation, both conservative think tanks, as an analyst and commentator.
 
"Fein is a principal in a government affairs and public relations firm, The Lichfield Group, in Washington, D.C. He is also a resident scholar at the Turkish Coalition of America.
 
"Mr. Fein has maintained that the First Amendment prohibits the government
from criminalizing disclosures of classified information that reveals
violations of the Fourth Amendment or other government illegality."
[Wikipedia]
 
 
 
 
 
Limited auditorium seating
Reserve now so you can get in
 
 
 
Limited number of display tables available for organizations
Contact: Carlos Alfaro   carlosalfaro --at-- live.com
 
Live music and refreshments will begin at 5:30 p.m.
The reading of The U.S. Bill of Rights commences at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by the balance of the program.

Lessons from the Ferguson Black Riots of 2014

A PSA FROM VCDL

The 2014 riots in Ferguson, Missouri should serve as an important reminder to anyone who is thinking about owning a gun.  When your safety is already at risk, it may be too late to buy that first gun.


Why do I say that?

1.  You'll be lucky to find a gun at a gun store when EVERYBODY is trying to buy one.  And IF you do find a gun, it may not be the best gun or the most suitable gun and it's going to cost you a lot more money than it would have before the emergency.

2.  You may not be able to find ammunition for your new gun.  And IF you do find ammunition, it may not be the most suitable ammunition for self-defense, you may not find it in the quantity you want, and it is going to cost you a lot more money.

3.  You may not be able to purchase important accessories for your new gun.  Things like spare magazines, holsters, slings, and optics.  Not having enough magazines or not having a holster could put you in a real bind.  You may not have time to research which accessories you need or be able to install them quickly if you can even find them.

4.  By not having bought the gun ahead of time and now being in the middle of an emergency, you won't have the time to take the gun to a range to do important things like:

 a) making sure the gun actually works and is not a one-shot or even a zero-shot wonder

 b) making sure that the ammunition you purchased works in the gun

 c) practicing with the gun to become proficient in its use and to know how to do critical things, like reloading the gun quickly while under pressure

 d) becoming comfortable and familiar with various controls such as thumb safeties, grip safeties, or de-cockers

 e) adjusting the sights on the gun to make sure the bullet is going to go reasonably close to where the gun is aimed

  f) installing and testing any accessories, like bipods, tactical lights, laser sights, or custom grips

The time to become a gun owner is NOW when you are NOT in the middle of a riot or some other emergency. [NOTE: That goes for your friends and neighbors, who you should help if need be, as a good friend or neighbor.]

The time to do it is when you have time.  When you can purchase the gun you want.  When you can purchase and store a quantity of the ammunition you want.  When you can verify the gun functions properly and is sighted in properly.  When you can study which accessories you want and have time to get those accessories.  When you can practice and train with both the gun and the accessories so that you have confidence in your ability to protect yourself and your family.

All of that can be done in a reasonable amount of time if you put enough effort into it, but it can't be done instantaneously in the middle of an emergency.

If you're going to become a gun owner, and you don't live in Ferguson, MO, there is no time better than RIGHT NOW.

Ebola questions reporters need to ask

Stop me when I get to a question that makes no sense or you've heard the media ask already:

Why didn't president Obama seek out a broad coalition of troops before sending our soldiers to fight the Ebola virus?

What was Obama's basis for seeking to fight it unilaterally, deploying troops without Congressional approval?

Why exactly did he need an extra 1,000 troops to fight the virus, so soon after the first deployment?

Are Russia or Communist China sending in troops to fight the virus?

Why do you send military troops to fight a virus?

When do our troops come home? Is there a rotation schedule?

Do they have to be quarantined for 21 days when they do come home?

What's the plan for troops who come back and have Ebola?

Has the Veterans Administration been prepared for handling Ebola cases?

Is your confidence in their ability to do so as high as your confidence in the CDC?


---


What's the CDC procedure for cleaning vomit off a street where an Ebola patient has vomited?

Is it true a guy in shorts and a t-shirt hosed Ebola vomit into a Dallas sewer?

How long can Ebola virus survive in a Dallas sewer? (wrong question)

Does anyone know how long Ebola virus can survive in a Dallas sewer? (that's rhetorical: the answer is no; Can things living in the sewer transmit the virus?)

If the CDC is so well prepared why did they leave that patient's Ebola-tainted stuff sit for days in his apartment with his family members? Please don't duck this question.

Would it be fair to say that the CDC isn't as prepared as many spokespeople say they are?

Are all American cities as prepared as people say the CDC over in Atlanta, Georgia is?


---


The Dallas mayor said on national TV all the people in the apartment complex were communicated with, yet the people there said on national TV no one told them anything, why didn't you question him about that?

Anderson Cooper on CNN said the apartment residents spoke many different languages, who translated for the mayor? Why didn't you ask him?

Why did so many people there sit outside mere feet away, with their kids, as we saw on TV, while the room was hosed out with the doors open and fumes sprayed out? Is this standard CDC procedure? Can we have a copy of those procedures?

The Dallas mayor said the tainted goods were treated with bleach, is bleach effective on the virus?

What treatments are available for Ebola patients, and why haven't you reported on that yet?

What's the actual medical test for Ebola virus?

How long does the test take, and who can conduct the test?

How do you dispose of all the gear that comes in contact with Ebola?

Why can't you get Ebola from someone who is pre-symptomatic?

Does that imply a blood transfusion from, or sex with, a pre-symptomatic person would be fine? Why not?

How many cities have a company that can properly quarantine an apartment complex?

Who issues the permits for that?

How did Dallas find the clean-up company it decided to use? Is there another one in town?

Who would you use in Phoenix (or pick a city)?


---


Is measuring a person's temperature with an infrared thermometer, as we see airport staff in Liberia doing on TV, a positive test for Ebola?

If a person has no temperature but carries the virus, is it safe for them to board a flight to the U.S.?

If a person has no temperature does that mean it's safe to have sex with them?

How many people per hundred thousand have a non-Ebola fever (or diarrhea or vomiting) on an average day?

If a person has a fever (or diarrhea or vomiting) is that grounds for isolating them for 21 days? Is that legal?

How did the cameraman for NBC get the disease? Why hasn't this question been answered already? What treatment can he get in the U.S. that he can't get somewhere else?

Tell us about the U.S. patent on the Ebola virus. Why hasn't that been covered already?

How exactly does Ebola kill a person?

How long does it typically take from onset of Ebola symptoms for death to occur?

How long can the virus live in airborne droplets of bodily fluid, like from a sneeze?

Does the Ebola virus die instantaneously in air, or in a nanosecond, microsecond, seconds, and how do you know that?

Why isn't there any supply of the experimental drug ZMapp? Has ZMapp been proven effective?

Tell us about other drugs they're testing and how much supply there is.

How are you authorizing human testing of new drugs without clinical safety trials. Is this legal?

What's happening in Brussels, Belgium, where the first patient landed and changed planes?

Where is the ambulance the patient was transported in, how is that being disinfected?

I could keep asking questions like this but I suspect your patience is wearing thin.

Do you get the idea that reporters aren't asking relevant questions? Why is that? Didn't they go to journalism school? What do they teach them in there? Am I being to cynical for you?

Have a nice day. Namaste.

Wash., D.C. and Beltway Exposed To Gunplay Again

MEMO TO: Beltway and D.C.-area friends and associates

FROM: The Publisher

Click the page to read The First-Responders Report TM


Your morning copy of USA Today features the fourth installment of The First-Responders Report TM, sponsored by GunLaws.com and Bloomfield Press (Wash., D.C.-regional edition, 9/9/14, News section). You can read it here:
http://gunlaws.com/FRR4_image.htm

These are stories of people who are alive today, or who were able to respond first to stop crimes, because they had firearms and were able to bring them to bear.

This news is usually suppressed in national publications, hiding the social utility of firearms and distorting the public debate. We're putting it right into the public eye.

If you're working with members of Congress, please bring the page to their attention. Or, just make your representatives aware of this news. You can do this from anywhere in the country. Do it. Forward this memo or just the links.

The three crime-fighting stories in our current column are dramatic examples the public typically doesn't get to see, that would change hearts and minds if routinely circulated. This is why such stories are quashed, critics say. See our previous columns:
http://www.gunlaws.com/TheFirstRespondersReport.htm

In stark contrast, an isolated freak accident at a remote shooting range recently got saturation coverage for a solid week, spun to portray firearms, and even firearms training for youth, in a negative light. That imbalance was remarkable, according to observers.

You can sponsor The First-Responders Report TM column yourself, with or without name credit, and reach one of the most crucial audiences in the nation. It can also be set to run in USA Today in your region of the country. Call me directly to learn more: 602-996-4020.

If you keep firearms handy for their intended purpose -- to save lives and deter crime -- you should be familiar with this:
http://www.gunlaws.com/persafe.htm. Click the link.

To learn more about what we do here at GunLaws.com and Bloomfield Press, and how it can keep you safe, look here:
http://www.gunlaws.com/books.htm


Alan.



This is the USA Today project we're running, The First-Responders Report TM

See the actual reports and matching web page here --
http://www.gunlaws.com/TheFirstRespondersReport.htm

Excellent writeup about it here --
http://www.wnd.com/2014/07/usa-today-ad-campaign-features-armed-heroes/

and here --
http://dailycaller.com/2014/07/09/since-usa-today-wont-publish-good-gun-news-author-alan-korwin-publishes-advertorial-of-good-gun-news/

JPFO and SAF

If you don't know what this is about already, these notes may not help. I can't say much yet, there hasn't been an official announcement, it's coming soon.

You may know I've been on the inside since Aaron Zelman passed away in Dec. 2010. It's been a struggle, to be sure, and some good things have happened, along with some turmoil and mishigas. Suffice it to say, JPFO must survive.

Rumors are flying, sure, that's what rumors do. None of that will change anything JPFO has already published and the bold stands it has taken -- No Guns For Negroes, No Guns For Jews, (http://www.jpfo.org will blow your mind) all the research on the links between gun control and genocide, translating the Nazi gun laws that were used to draft our federal gun-control act -- and that is slated to continue, under the direction of the only people who can do that sort of work. Aaron is gone, but the direction he set lives on. New great things will happen, just watch.

Some people, nervous about change, make a compelling case:

The prosecution argues and the judge says, "You're right."
But then the defense argues and the judge says, "You're right."
So the bailiff objects, "But you're honor, they can't both be right."
And the judge replies, "You're right too."

Don't prejudge the JPFO and SAF thing.

Archie Takes a Bullet

Just your typical American comic book, not


The lamestream media told you:

There is no culture war in America, everything is normal, you can go back to sleep now, there is no cause for alarm, move along, there is nothing to see here.


The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Archie, the classic comic-book symbol of The American Way, teenage angst, growing up with American values of chasing girls, eating ice cream, going to high school, and boys will be boys, has come to an end, but it's not clear who has implemented a marxist revision of our culture. In the July 2014 issue, Archie is put to death, deliberately taking a bullet during a gay rights parade meant to murder his gay friend.

In other news, Marvel comics has decided that Thor will no longer be a man. I'm not making this up.

Thor will now be a woman, complete with shiny metal tits. I kid you not.


NEW THOR


If this is not a rewrite of our culture it is hard to imagine what would be. The real question, unanswered at press time, is what heathen low-life bottom-feeding enemy of American life got their hands on the controls and could do this to the literature our innocent impressionable youth read?

According to leading experts, the problem is with me, not the news reported here.

ObamaCare Is Now Just "the health law"

Doesn't provide coverage, so protect its namesake


The lamestream media told you:

--Julie Appelby USA Today (Kaiser Health News)

"Surprise! New Health Plans' Limitations Anger Enrollees" 7/27/14 [Note: "Health Plans"]

"Doctors who treated them last year won't take their insurance now, even though they haven't changed insurers... we take the old plan, but not the new one... Both women unwittingly enrolled in policies with limited networks of doctors and hospitals that provide little or no payment for care outside those networks. Such plans existed before the health law, [Note: "the health law"] but with its expansion of insurance, they are covering more people -- and some are shrinking enrollees' options further than before.

"Consumer groups argue that many enrollees were misled... regulators and insurance agents are inundated with complaints... scrutinize whether networks are adequate... trying to provide low-cost plans..."

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Now that the wheels are coming completely off ObamaCare, the media are starting to drop the name Obamacare, or the public might finally realize they've been sold a bad bill of goods. It is not even the familiar-sounding health-care law, it is just the "health law" or "networks" or "plans" as in this story by something called "Kaiser Health News," that has sufficient clout to make Page Three of USA Today.

Nancy Pelosi's warning (said with a smile), that we have to pass it to find out what's in it should have stopped us cold, but it failed to do so. So we have learned again that the name of a law ("Affordable Care Act") is not law, or part of law, and need not have anything to do with the law itself. It is just window dressing, a neon sign designed to get laws passed, regardless of truth. Sort of like, "Prohibition on National Gun Registration." That's the part of the so-called Universal Background Check Bill, designed to set up National Gun Registration.

Government Theft Now Called "Waste"

Criminals still at large, no charges filed


The lamestream media told you:

[This is just too rich.]

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2014/08/05/federal-spending-transparency-money-missing/13485581/

WASHINGTON - A government website intended to make federal spending more transparent was missing at least $619 billion from 302 federal programs, a government audit has found.

And the data that does exist is wildly inaccurate, according to the Government Accountability Office, which looked at 2012 spending data. Only 2% to 7% of spending data on USASpending.gov is "fully consistent with agencies' records," according to the report. [I am not making this up. Alan.]

Among the data missing from the 6-year-old federal website:

o The Department of Health and Human Services failed to report nearly $544 billion, mostly in direct assistance programs like Medicare. The department admitted that it should have reported aggregate numbers of spending on those programs.

o The Department of the Interior did not report spending for 163 of its 265 assistance programs because, the department said, its accounting systems were not compatible with the data formats required by USASpending.gov. The result: $5.3 billion in spending missing from the website.

The White House itself failed to report any of the programs it's directly responsible for. At the Office of National Drug Control Policy, which is part of the White House, officials said they thought HHS was responsible for reporting their spending.

For more than 22% of federal awards, the spending website literally doesn't know where the money went. The "place of performance" of federal contracts was most likely to be wrong.

That's a problem, said Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.

The administration is transferring responsibility for the website from the General Services Administration to the Bureau of the Fiscal Service in the Department of the Treasury.



The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:


Commonplace stories like these point to a desperate need for comitatus laws, according to leading experts. While the report says greater oversight is needed, out here in the public we all know punishment is needed.

Comitatus laws are written so that instead of saying something is required or forbidden, it says who ever does or doesn't meet the requirement, goes to jail, just like the public would for violating law. It is modeled after the posse comitatus law, which for 150 years has prevented anyone from using the military to enforce civilian law, because it imprisons anyone who tries it.

People hired by taxpayers to carefully spend money, and then to account for it have no idea where the money is, failed to account for it, and are certain much of the whereabouts of it are unknown, implying it has been stolen, embezzled, fraudulently spent or otherwise criminally misappropriated, in what is sometimes euphemistically called waste.

Waste is often another word for theft -- services never performed but paid for, overcharges, phony charges and money that simply disappears with no accounting. Bureaucrats know what this means.

No arrests have been made. No charges are pending. Statutes, written by the people handling the money, require accounting, but provide no penalties, leading to tremendous laughter behind closed doors, according to sources close to the missing money.

Wage slaves continued to work and pay taxes, dutifully sending their money to the government, because it is removed from their pay before they get to see it. Failure to remove the money and send it is punishable by fines and prison time. No talk of tax revolt or other action has been heard. Yet.

Lessons from the Ferguson Black Riots of 2014

A PSA FROM VCDL

The 2014 riots in Ferguson, Missouri should serve as an important reminder to anyone who is thinking about owning a gun.  When your safety is already at risk, it may be too late to buy that first gun.

Why do I say that?

1.  You'll be lucky to find a gun at a gun store when EVERYBODY is trying to buy one.  And IF you do find a gun, it may not be the best gun or the most suitable gun and it's going to cost you a lot more money than it would have before the emergency.

2.  You may not be able to find ammunition for your new gun.  And IF you do find ammunition, it may not be the most suitable ammunition for self-defense, you may not find it in the quantity you want, and it is going to cost you a lot more money.

3.  You may not be able to purchase important accessories for your new gun.  Things like spare magazines, holsters, slings, and optics.  Not having enough magazines or not having a holster could put you in a real bind.  You may not have time to research which accessories you need or be able to install them quickly if you can even find them.

4.  By not having bought the gun ahead of time and now being in the middle of an emergency, you won't have the time to take the gun to a range to do important things like:

 a) making sure the gun actually works and is not a one-shot or even a zero-shot wonder

 b) making sure that the ammunition you purchased works in the gun

 c) practicing with the gun to become proficient in its use and to know how to do critical things, like reloading the gun quickly while under pressure

 d) becoming comfortable and familiar with various controls such as thumb safeties, grip safeties, or de-cockers

 e) adjusting the sights on the gun to make sure the bullet is going to go reasonably close to where the gun is aimed

  f) installing and testing any accessories, like bipods, tactical lights, laser sights, or custom grips

The time to become a gun owner is NOW when you are NOT in the middle of a riot or some other emergency. [NOTE: That goes for your friends and neighbors, who you should help if need be, as a good friend or neighbor.]

The time to do it is when you have time.  When you can purchase the gun you want.  When you can purchase and store a quantity of the ammunition you want.  When you can verify the gun functions properly and is sighted in properly.  When you can study which accessories you want and have time to get those accessories.  When you can practice and train with both the gun and the accessories so that you have confidence in your ability to protect yourself and your family.

All of that can be done in a reasonable amount of time if you put enough effort into it, but it can't be done instantaneously in the middle of an emergency.

If you're going to become a gun owner, and you don't live in Ferguson, MO, there is no time better than RIGHT NOW.

 

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  • Freelance writer Alan Korwin is a founder and past president of the Arizona Book Publishing Association. With his wife Cheryl he operates Bloomfield Press, the largest producer and distributor of gun-law books in the country. Here writing as "The Uninvited Ombudsman," Alan covers the day's stories as they ought to read. Read more.

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