Gun rights advocates should be concerned about a point on which both candidates agree—prohibiting firearm sales to people on the federal no-fly list.
When either Clinton or Trump assume the office of the presidency next January, we’re in for four years of unimaginative and ineffective policies.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday announced a series of grants to three sheriffs’ offices to be used to store guns surrendered by those subject to protective orders.
Col. Eugene Caughey was facing more than a dozen charges which the Air Force described as “conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman.”
To reduce violence in minority communities, Hillary Clinton identified gun control as a solution while Donald Trump characterized stop and frisk as a means to maintain “law and order.”
Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday vetoed measures to hike permit fees and restrict gun loans while signing others to standardize permits, lock up police guns left in cars and allow gun dealers to sell cops off-register handguns.
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