Things Getting Better? Or Further Becoming Two Americas?

While the anti-gun folks weren’t looking: “Fifteen states have enacted laws regarding guns so far this year, more than 80 percent of them increasing gun rights.” h/t Dave Hardy. Of course, this is further division into Two Americas., with the “blue” states getting more anti-gun, and the “red” states getting more pro-gun. Where will Pennsylvania fall? What about the other states that are solidly Democratic, but have a gun tradition? That is the big question. There are examples of bluer states that have remained relatively free in terms of guns, like Oregon, Washington, and Minnesota. But how long will those states hold out with a Democratic Party that’s dedicated to eradicating the Second Amendment? Colorado hasn’t fared so well in its flirtation with going blue from purple. Washington State is not out of the woods either, since it looks like we’re going to be facing a ballot fight there.

2 Responses to “Things Getting Better? Or Further Becoming Two Americas?”

  1. Jeff says:

    It would seem that the PA senate will remain solidly pro 2A, so I doubt the Philly dems will get their way.

  2. Richard says:

    Washington State just killed their reciprocity agreement with FL. Stated reason was that FL issues permits to honorably discharged vets who are under 21. Decision apparently by the AG who is, of course, a Democrat.