John Feinblatt, president of Everytown and former chief advisor for policy and strategic planning for Bloomberg, opens up about Everytown’s agenda.
Mark Glaze has stepped down as the executive director of Mayors Against Illegal Guns. The former Bloomberg acolyte opens up about challenges facing the gun-control movement.
Richard Martinez expresses his gratitude to the thousands of gun-control activists who supported his “Not One More” call to action.
“So if you want to ‘do something’ with huge grass-roots support and get it done, try promoting gun-safety training and marksmanship in schools,” writes 2A luminary Alan Korwin to president Obama. “Watch what happens then.”
“So we were forming legislation without basic facts, which I think is a bad idea in every case,” said Hickenlooper, in reference to the state’s new gun control laws.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper told sheriffs on Friday that he didn’t talk to billionaire Michael Bloomberg before signing gun-control bills into law when phone records clearly show that he did.
As part of an effort with pro-gun control organizations, Maine police departments across the state are giving away free trigger locks to gun owners.
Two elderly men were robbed at gun point. While they complied with the robbers’ request, turning over their money and firearms, one of the suspects still shot one of the victims in the groin.
Wichita city council members had no choice but to repeal several ordinances on Tuesday regulating firearms thanks to a bill passed in April by the state Legislature that nullifies city and county gun laws.
A journalist takes umbrage with a recent report released by Everytown for Gun Safety which says there have been “74 school shootings” since Sandy Hook.