Tommorrow, the 28th, Brady Campaign has a variety of things going. It' s the anniversary of Martin Luther King's great "I have a dream" speech. Exactly what that has to do with gun control isn't entirely clear. Especially since the first American gun controls were aimed at disarming blacks (the Slave Codes before the Civil War, the Black Codes after) and, one might observed, present-day efforts seem to have much the same purpose, just this time left unvoiced. ("Strict gun control will reduce murders in the black community" is a nicer way of saying "if blacks are disarmed, things will be more peaceful.").
Anyway, Brady Center and Jesse Jackson are hosting protests against illegal guns. Though I wonder how you protest against illegal guns. The guns probably won't notice. And if they are illegal guns, they're already illegal, so what is there to protest about? Perhaps an amnesty to make them legal? In Contra Costa, the Brady chapter is having a lie-in (you'd think they'd have found a different name for it) to support a California microstamping bill.
David Codrea has a counter: declaring tommorrow buy a box of ammo day. I like the idea, since on my budget that's a lot more affordable than a buy a gun day! He's been blogging a storm, BTW, on gun shops that are getting aboard and offering discounts on ammo that day, and on a Democrats for the Second Amendment rally that day in Dallas.