Tonight during the 10pm news and then continued at 11pm TV channel 8 WTNH (check your cable or dish tv guide to see what channel WTNH actually is on your system) will be doing a special report on the “Increasing number of gun owners in Connecticut“.
According to the teaser:
“In the past five years the number of Connecticut gun owners has shot up 57%.
News 8 Anchor Darren Kramer has your back by examining this new trigger trend. He’ll investigate the driving forces behind the massive increase in legal guns in the hands of Connecticut residents.”
I urge everyone to watch, DVR, or video tape this to see just how factual the story is. After the story airs, be sure to go to the WTNH website and/or Facebook page and offer your feedback on the story. If you think it was wrong, or biased, or whatever; tell them.
If you think the story was fair, balanced and accurate make sure to tell them that too. Either way be polite, factual, and mention you’re a CCDL member.
Chances are they will post the video online in a day or 2, if they do I’ll update with a link.
Craig was appointed to the position today by Governor Dannel Malloy to replace the seat held by Art Carr for 37 years after Art passed away in March.
Craig is very knowledgeable on CT firearms laws, and is perhaps most famous for being the attorney that saved Blue Trail Range from being shut down. He will be an asset to both the Board and Connecticut gun owners.
Craig is also CCDL’s attorney and will continue to serve in that capacity as well.
Tonight CCDL president Scott Wilson and members of the executive board presented Metacon Gun Club with a plaque showing our appreciation of their continued support of CCDL.
Thank you Metacon, and Carry On!
(L-R CCDL members Kevin Borgnis, Virginia Benedetto, Chris Duffy, Scott Wilson, John Beidler, Lenny Benedetto, Jonathan Hardy and Metacon board member Dom Basile)
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League (CCDL)’s Executive Committee has released a comprehensive list of endorsed candidates for the fall 2012 elections, as a service to their members and voters interested in their second amendment rights statewide. Each of these candidates has demonstrated, through their voting record or current actions and mindset, that they are the best pro-second-amendment choice in their respective race. More candidates may be endorsed as election day approaches, so please watch the CCDL website at http://www.ccdl.us for further information.
The CCDL would like to remind its members that the only way to ensure we continue to live in a just and free society is to make every effort to vote for representatives that support personal liberty. Please contact your town’s registrar of voters to ensure that you will be able to cast your vote come November.