National Rifle Association President David Keene is speaking at a Lincoln-Reagan Day celebration in Glen Burnie today to — get this — talk about Maryland’s recently passed Firearm Safety Act and how it’s an infringement on — can you guess? — our Second Amendment rights.
The new law bans 45 types of military semi-automatic rifles, limits magazine capacity, and — in a move I’m sure is already sending tin-foil-hat-wearing anti-government paranoiacs into conniptions — requires the fingerprinting of those applying for handgun licenses. So when Keene makes some noise about challenging the law in the courts, I’m sure it will be very rousing.
Okay, I admit it. Mandatory fingerprinting creeps me out a little bit, too.
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