More important, they regularly link to sources (both original and 'secondary') which explore new anti-gun regulations at the state level.
For your consideration, here are a couple of the links featured on the current (March 03, 2014) webpage. Don't bother trying to find these links by going directly to GUNFEED; as I said, they are DYNAMIC so you have to visit the site every day .. the links do not linger long.
Washington Times: (an interesting source for a 2nd Amendment blog)
Miller: "New Jersey Bill is outright gun ban on .22 rifles and leads to confiscation"
The New Jersey Assembly’s Law and Public Safety Committee was scheduled to hold a public hearing on Monday (postponed for snow) about a bill that reduces the maximum magazine capacity from 15 to 10.Gun Free Zone: Idaho University Professor Butthurt About Campus Carry
Since the legislation covers both detachable and fixed magazines, it has the effect of to banning popular, low-caliber rifles.
The Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs gave the draft legislation to top firearms experts in the country to determine what guns would fall under the expanded ban.
They discovered that the bill would affect tube-fed, semi-automatic rifles because the magazine cannot be separated from the gun.
Thus, the experts found that at least 43 common rifles would suddenly be considered a prohibited “assault firearm,” such as the .22 caliber Marlin Model 60, Remington Nylon 66 and Winchester 190.
Just having one such gun would turn a law-abiding owner into a felon overnight.
So Professor Hampikian pen (sic) an opinion piece picked up by the NYT full of “See How Cool I Write And Make Fun If (sic) Rednecks” expressing his passive-agressive (sic) opposition to an Idaho bill that would allowThe examples I've posted here are just a random sample, although that expression shouldn't be interpreted as an attempt to belittle the sources.
CampusCarry.Let’s check it out
My comments in bold.
When May I Shoot a Student?
By GREG HAMPIKIAN FEB. 27, 2014 TO the chief counsel of the Idaho State Legislature:
In light of the bill permitting guns on our state’s college and university campuses, which is likely to be approved by the state House of Representatives (It was approved yesterday) in the coming days, I have a matter of practical concern that I hope you can help with: When may I shoot a student?
I know you are just being an intellectual asshole but the answer can be found in that marvel of technology called The Internet. If you are uncomfortable with such advanced technology, pick up the frigging phone and call somebody from the Department of
Criminal Justicewhich you are member of and find out.
I love the smell of napalm in the morning. And I admire and will promote writers who staunchly defend the Second Amendment.
Please consider frequent visits to the gun feed. It's prominent on my bookmark toolbar, and I visit it every day that I go online.
Oh, by the way? I'm intrinsically invested in the issue of "concealed carry on campus". It makes my aging heart go all pitta-patter to see that this sociopolitical issue is still being debated.