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Co-Sponsors for Castle Doctrine Growing!

The list of legislators for Co-Sponsoring Castle Doctrine continues to grow. This legislation is going to be a tough battle and we need as many citizens as possible to reach out to their legislators and ask them to co-sponsor this important bill! Are your legislators on the list of co-sponsors? We’ll get to that in just a minute. As a quick refresher, the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance is pushing a

Chairman Loertscher Killing Castle Doctrine in Idaho!

The man just can’t help himself. Chairman Loertscher (R-32) — who killed Constitutional Carry for several years — is at it again. He is killing Castle Doctrine for Idaho! This is the 2nd pro-gun bill he is refusing to hear just this year. Rep. Christy Zito (R-23), who is sponsoring the Castle Doctrine bill, has done everything that was asked of her by the Chairman. She jumped through all the

Emergency Notice: Protest Tomorrow Morning

They are doing it again! We have just been informed that a gun bill will be introduced tomorrow (February 1st) at 9:30 a.m. The bill is being carried by Rep. Don Cheatham (Republican-District 3). The bill he is putting forward will give military members, who are not-residents, the ability to carry handguns concealed inside city limits. The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance is NOT opposed to that concept but it doesn’t

Idaho's Secret Gun Committee Strikes Again

A new year, the same old tactics. Chairman Tom Loertscher (R-32), of the House State Affairs Committee, is once again blocking pro-gun bills. Chairman Loertscher, who appears to do whatever the Secret Gun Committee tells him to do, is up to his old tricks. You can help fight back against the suppression of the people’s voice — and we’ll tell you how in just a few minutes. For those who

Urgent Call to Action!

They’re at it again! As I write this, powerful members of the Idaho House are doing everything they can to stall pro-gun bills. Rep. Karey Hanks — Republican-District 35 — is seeking to expand Constitutional Carry to all law-abiding citizens 21 and over. Rep. Hanks needs your immediate support and we’ll tell you how in just a second. As a reminder, Constitutional Carry was passed just last year. That means

Two Gun Bills Filed

Yesterday, two gun bills were filed in the Idaho legislature that gun owners will be excited about! The session is only in its 2nd week and we are already on the move. It’s time for you to stand and fight with us. We’ll tell you how in a few minutes. First, we want to tell you about the two bills that were filed. The biggest bill, and the one we

Idaho Legislative Session Underway!

The battle for a new Castle Doctrine in Idaho is underway! We know that many of you are excited for this new battle after last year’s victory with Constitutional Carry, and we are too. It’s going to take all of us, standing together, to make this year’s gun rights battle a victory as well. We all remember what it took to get Constitutional Carry law passed. It was the hard

Chicago man with concealed-carry permit fatally shoots would-be robber

Chicago – When this 23-year-old man went out to walk his dog in the 8200 block of South Ingleside in Chicago, he brought his lawfully carried concealed pistol along with him. So when an armed gunman shot the 23-year-old in a brazen daylight robbery attempt, the gun owner drew his own firearm and shot back, striking the suspect in the head, killing him. The Cook County medical examiner confirmed that

Merry Christmas from Idaho Second Amendment Alliance

On behalf of all of us here at the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance, I want to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas! It’s been an amazing year for gun rights as gun owners sent countless pro-gun legislators to State Legislatures and General Assemblies across the country fight for the Second Amendment. States like Missouri, Mississippi, West Virginia, and of course right here in Idaho, passed huge gun

BBQ stand owner fatally shot would-be-robber in self-defense

Pasco County — When a man entered Jordon’s BBQ, a family owned restaurant near Tampa Florida, he indicated that he was there looking for work. But according to witnesses, the man began to demand money from everyone in the restaurant and implied that he was armed. When the owner of the store saw the yet unidentified man grabbing for a weapon, he drew and fired his concealed handgun, killing the suspect