The Washington Times
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has taken the gun fight to Chicago and is poised to spend $2 million in an attempt to defeat former Rep. Debbie Halvorson in her bid for the U.S. House seat vacated by disgraced Rep. Jesse L. Jackson Jr.
Most of the mayor’s super PAC cash has financed an air war against Mrs. Halvorson, a one-term Democratic congresswoman and longtime state legislator with an “A” rating from the National Rifle Association, Politico reports.
A Bloomberg adviser told Politico that the mayor, an independent, made the decision to spend the money “without blinking.”
“The fact that it’s a special election, the fact that it’s in the middle of a national debate over the president’s plan … [there is an] understanding that it’s both a bellwether and a harbinger.”
Mrs. Halvorson now favors universal background checks and other gun-control measures, but the mayor is determined to derail her candidacy. His super PAC already has spent more than what any of the 17 Democratic candidates have raised themselves…
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Today’s column is part two in a continuing series on bills in the General Assembly affecting your right to bear arms. Because it is Sunday morning, it is fitting that we discuss the three bills that would restore a Georgian’s right to bear arms in church.
The three bills are:
- HB 28 Restoring Private Property Rights for Places of Worship Act of 2013
- HB 335 Restoring Private Property Rights for Places of Worship Act of 2013
- HB 248…