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02/24/2013 Leave a comment
Yesterday at the Colorado State Capitol, the people at this event were commemorating the Day Of Resistance locally. There were other events of this nature going on around the country. Evan Todd was one of the speakers. One of the speakers at this event invited the women to gather on the steps. This was done to show that women care about the 2nd Amendment as well.
01/28/2013 Leave a comment
on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol, about 100 people gathered to voice their opposition to gun violence. inside the building, the state Senate Judiciary Committee was contemplating SB 13 009 which would allow teachers to get training and carry pistols if they chose to. the people you see in the committee photographs are Senator Renfroe, the committee and other people testifying for against the bill. Senator Renfroe supports the bill.
01/25/2013 1 Comment
In light of Senate Bill 11 making it’s way through the Colorado state legislature, attorney Dan Caplis & other participants gathered on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol to voice their opposition to the legislation. Here are photographs from the event
01/20/2013 Leave a comment
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, March For Life Denver and other organizations gathered on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol. A few thousand people showed up for this event. After the speakers were done, did a balloon release and then they marched down Colfax Avenue in Denver. Here are photographs from the event.
01/19/2013 Leave a comment
In the aftermath of President Obama’s 24 “executive actions,” (the 24th being his decision to use kids as propaganda in an effort to promote the other 23) citizens from state capitols around the nation gathered to voice their opposition to the Obama Administration’s gun control policies.
The general problem with assault weapons has to do with social psychology and linguistic psychology. Ask yourself these questions. Which sounds/looks more menacing and looks more dangerous? A teddy bear, or an assault weapon? And since gun makers make high capacity clips for pistols, what is the purpose of limiting how many rounds a person can have in their gun? The gun owner can always figure out a place to buy more ammo clips. It’s similar to Michael Bloomberg’s idea of limiting soft drinks to only 16 ounces. A person can always buy more than one drink. And what do assault weapons and pistols have in common? With proper aim, they will kill the target. Other than that, the issue with assault weapons is purely cosmetic. Enjoy the photographs.
01/19/2013 Leave a comment
While getting ready for another event, I saw local Occupy Denver activists gathered on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol and decided to get some photographs. They were generally protesting the Citizens United v FEC decision from the U.S. Supreme Court among other things.