Please take a look at T.W. Shannon for U.S. Senate Here is his stance on gun rights
I have always been an advocate for the Second Amendment in the Oklahoma State House. As House speaker, our chamber passed more legislation than ever before to protect these rights. I believe gun ownership is a fundamental right that pre-dates the U.S. Constitution, but that the founders specifically provided for in the Second Amendment. I am strongly opposed to placing regulations on U.S. gun manufacturers, and will continue to protect the rights of hunters, sportsmen, and all gun owners.
On States Rights
To limit the growth of the federal government, the drafters of the Constitution made it plain that the powers of the federal government are to be limited to those specifically named in the Constitution. It reserves to the states, and the people thereof, all powers not specifically delegated to the federal government. As the leading voice in state government for championing states’ rights, I formed the first ever States’ Rights Committee to advance the concept that we as Oklahomans have a Constitutional duty to push back against an overreaching federal government. I am a strong believer in preserving the powers intended for the states. I will work hard to keep the federal government from amassing power in Washington and to restore the powers that belong to the states.
Senator Tom Coburn has been an expert in this field and I will follow his lead, working to replace ObamaCare with free market solutions that lower costs and encourage competition.Government intervention has broken the health-care system. Costs are rising at unacceptable rates and too many people are losing the quality health-care plans they had. ObamaCare cannot work because it puts Washington bureaucrats between the patient and the doctor, which is why I strongly oppose it. I will fight to replace ObamaCare with free-market driven solutions that lower costs, reduce red tape and encourage competition. As speaker of the Oklahoma House, I worked to restrict the further expansion of government-provided insurance, blocking what would have been a massive expansion of a new program. America can start addressing its health-care problems when it puts patients and physicians in charge of health-care decisions instead of bureaucrats.
He sounds good on all the issues, and deserves serious consideration for the Senate. Best of luck to him, sounds like a good man Here he is on Fox and Friends