Don Spencer, President of OK2A, was interviewed May 27, 2022 on Andy Hooser’s national conservative talk radio show, Voice of Reason. Click the image below to hear the podcast. You can scroll to the 22-minute mark to get right to Andy’s chat with Don!
Enforcing The Governor’s Executive Order (above) OK2A and the Oklahoma Municipal League have worked together getting the word out. Businesses that sell firearms and ammunition are ESSENTIAL and municipalities shall NOT prohibit sales at anytime by forcing the closing during a state of emergency. We have been addressing issues across the state to protect the rights
RED FLAG LAWS?… NO WAY!!!! “We need to change hearts, not laws” ~ Don Spencer The Gun-grabbers are at it, again, in the wake of the Texas and Ohio shootings. DO NOT BE DECEIVED… THEY WANT YOUR GUNS! Don Spencer, President of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, sounds off in a KFOR news interview. Click
We have been trying to keep you informed about these anti-gun groups, but some people still refuse to believe it in spite of the proof. So, once again, here’s more proof. You wouldn’t expect the Chamber of Commerce to advocate against our rights, but, then again, we have seen worse. If anything, it’s simply more proof that we must be on our guard always and never be afraid to stand up for liberty, because the people who are trying to take away our liberties aren’t pulling any punches, and they are well funded.
As we have detailed before, the “Take the Guns First” or Fix NICS legislation would result in gun bans for military veterans, seniors, people with outstanding traffic tickets or medical marijuana cards, and more. Usually, these illegitimate denials put the burden of proof on the innocent gun owner. Remember when President Trump recently stated he wants to “Take the guns first, go through due process second”? While he was talking about restraining orders, his statement demonstrates the problems with the FBI’s NICS background check system.
Even as the nation was grieving the terrible loss of life in Parkland, Fla., gun control activists were doing what they do best: exploiting tragedy to advance their political agenda. Gun control activists are pushing a message that you are to blame for the criminal violence that took place last week. They’re attempting to capitalize on this tragedy to convince members of Congress to vote for their gun control wish list. Rather than address our broken mental health system, our inability to provide proper school security, or numerous failings by law enforcement and others to identify a clearly dangerous individual, their solution is to blame the NRA, and America’s 120 million law-abiding gun owners. America’s law-abiding gun owners have been and will remain a force for good, order, and safety in their communities.
Hoping to capitalize on tragedy, ignorance, and hysteria, 174 opportunistic anti-gun Democrats—led by Rep. David N. Cicillinie (RI)—introduced legislation last week proposing perhaps the most sweeping gun ban in U.S. history. The bill, H.R. 5087, is dubbed the “Assault Weapons Ban of 2018.” Yet its scope is so vast, and its drafting so poorly executed, that that the only semiautomatic firearms it clearly doesn’t reach are those listed in an appendix of what the authors consider permissible guns (many of which will be unknown or unavailable to the average consumer, if they’re available at all).
The AR-15 is being dubbed the “weapon of choice” for mass shooters, and the act of terrorism in Orlando has renewed calls for an “assault weapons” ban, but by any definition of the term, the AR-15 is not an assault rifle. Another misconception is that the “AR” in AR-15 is an abbreviation for “assault rifle.” This is also a fabrication that is being perpetrated by the mainstream media and through social media.
Following the Las Vegas attack, many are scrutinizing federal and state gun laws. The Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence gave Nevada a C- on gun control. Oklahoma is among the 10 worst states for strong gun control laws, earning the grade of an F. The Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence and Americans for Responsible Solutions are the group behind the rankings. The ARS is a nonprofit super PAC that lobbies for stricter gun laws. The grades are based on several factors including gun death rate per 100,000 people. In that category, Nevada came in at 14.9 and Oklahoma at 18. Nevada does not require the registration of firearms, does not limit the number of firearms that may be purchased