Results tagged with 'Concealed carry'
Published Nov. 10, 2014
I looked at family photos of the 5-year-old girl who was shot to death this week in Milwaukee. They were even more heartbreaking than the single angelic professional photo the media's been highlighting. You see Laylah Petersen doing things all little girls do. Trick or treating. Going to the zoo. In church. Swinging. Taking goofy selfies for the camera. I have a 9-year-old girl. She does all of those things. Laylah Petersen must be regarded now, in a sense, as this community's child, too.
Published June 12, 2014
Joe Wilcox is dead today because he fell for the cockamamie belief that carrying a concealed weapon was a good thing.
Published Nov. 9, 2013
November 1 marks the second anniversary of the passing of the once high profile - and still highly contentious - Wisconsin concealed carry law. Two writers took the mandatory safety class and report back.
Published March 15, 2013
The incident was a positive version of the concealed carry narrative that suggests residents with guns can be life savers when the police aren't around to protect and serve.
Published Feb. 21, 2013
When Wisconsin foolishly passed a concealed carry bill, there were many people - me among them - who predicted that this was going to spawn a kind of vigilante justice and turn many neighborhoods into the OK Corral.
Well, Guess what? It's happened.
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By- Tony Matera / twitter: @WI_InsSolutions November first has come and there are plenty of questions about how the new Wisconsin Concealed Carry (CC) law will affect their business. Here are a few frequently asked questions on the law and how (if any) affect this will have on your liability insu...
Do you yearn to visit the gallery of the Wisconsin Assembly Chamber with a loaded "Saturday night special" in your pocket? Thanks to the Republican Cornucopia of Crummy Ideas, you can soon! If you have not been convicted of a felony or judged insane (or inc...
If SB 93, introduced by State Senator Pam Galloway (R, Wausau), passes, if you can legally own a gun, you can carry it concealed. According to the State Legislative Reference Bureau, "This bill eliminates the prohibition against going armed with a concealed dangerous weapon...
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