A lawsuit to remove the ban on carrying at U.S. Post Offices is going forward in Federal court.
It's about time. "Gun Free zones" are not safe. They never have been. I shouldn't have to unholster my gun and leave it in the car because I'm headed to the post office. In truth, the whole "sensitive places" argument is ridiculous. What makes a Post Office so special that they need to ban guns? What makes it any different than a UPS or FedEx store / hub?
I love the commenters who are acting like it's no big deal to just unholster, disarm, and lock the gun in the car. Ignoring the fact that this leaves you without a means of self-defense, I'll bet those same commenters would jump all over CCW'ers who have ND's while complying with such BS, or blame them when their guns are stolen from vehicles and locked in cars.
We simply can't win. If we ignore the law and carry anyway (concealed means concealed) we're bad guys. If there are more guns on the street and more unnecessary holes in things because we comply with assinine regulations we're the bad guys for being "irresponsible." It pisses me off.