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RMGO Takes Aim at Boulder County

Executive Director Taylor Rhodes was interviewed by CBS Colorado’s Rick Sallinger on August 4th about the wave of lawsuits facing cities in Boulder County. With one lawsuit ongoing in Superior, RMGO was accused of “picking on” the small town with little resources. On the topic of further actions against towns like Boulder and Louisville, Rhodes said, “We are considering [suing them]. We need our members to be engaged so we can afford to carry on these legal fights.” In June, several municipalities in Boulder County adopted a series of ordinances provided to them by Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety (Gun Control). Everytown has since taken over the lawsuit from Superior, where RMGO won a temporary restraining order from an Obama-appointed judge. The case will be heard in November. Stay tuned for news and updates regarding RMGO v. The Town of Superior, plus any new legal battles as the fight for the Second Amendment continues in Colorado.

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You Can Die at 18 for Your Country, But You Can’t Defend Yourself

You Can Die at 18 for Your Country, But You Can’t Defend Yourself

Taylor Rhodes, Executive Director of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, joined Gabrielle Franklin of FOX 31 to discuss the upcoming proposal to increase the age to purchase a semi-automatic rifle from 18 to 21. Taylor points out that if we as a society acknowledge adulthood...

Taylor Rhodes Stands Firm Against Gun Grabbers on FOX31

Taylor Rhodes Stands Firm Against Gun Grabbers on FOX31

Rocky Mountain Gun Owner’s Executive Director, Taylor Rhodes, joined a panel on FOX31 for the May 29th edition of Colorado’s Very Own. He was joined by anti-gun Representative Tom Sullivan, where the two presented very different solutions to the issue of mass...

Denver bans law-abiding citizens from protecting themselves

Denver bans law-abiding citizens from protecting themselves

Written by: Kevin Lorusso On May 16th, the Denver City Council voted to ban the concealed carry of handguns in all parks and all property owned by, leased by, or leased to the City or County of Denver. It will carry a $50 fine for the first offense, rising to $999 for...

RMGO ALERT: The battle starts now!

RMGO ALERT: The battle starts now!

RMGO ACTION ALERTYour IMMEDIATE action is needed! I have warned you about the mandatory firearm storage requirements bill that would force law-abiding gun owners to place all of their firearms in a storage compartment when "not in use." Additionally, I have advised...

RMGO won BIG – 2020 Election

RMGO won BIG – 2020 Election

Dear Patriots, While the race for President is still being decided, we have several contests already called here in Colorado...including MANY BIG WINS for RMGO SuperPAC endorsed candidates! So, here is the rundown: US Congress -- Colorado's 3rd District Lauren Boebert...

REPORT: Firearms Sales Up 94% Since Last Year

REPORT: Firearms Sales Up 94% Since Last Year

By: Teresa Mull Firearms sales have skyrocketed an astounding 94 percent since last year, a new report reveals. The Washington Times reports: Firearms sales rose 94% for the March-to-July period from a year earlier, according to the National Shooting Sports...

UPDATE: Bill Elder caves to the pressure of RMGO Members

UPDATE: Bill Elder caves to the pressure of RMGO Members

PRO-GUN VICTORY!!! Merely 24 hours after RMGO brought to light the lies of El Paso County's anti-gun sheriff, Bill Elder, the agency released a statement declaring the EPC Sheriff's Office would resume accepting appointments for CHPs [Concealed Handgun Permits]...

Texas Hero Stops Armed Attacker in Fort Worth Church

Texas Hero Stops Armed Attacker in Fort Worth Church

December 30, 2019 As hundreds attended the Sunday service at West Freeway Church of Christ in Fort Worth, TX, a violent man burst into the church, intent on murdering scores of peaceful parishioners. As the attacker stormed in through a side door unleashing his...

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