The Editorial Board of The New York Times is at it again, wringing their hands over the notion of Americans exercising their right to carry firearms.
Tyrannies like Castro’s survive when the people are kept, either by physical force or by psychological force, from resisting.
Black Friday gun sales, traditionally one of the high points in the year, scored a new record this time, at least if NICS is any indication.
An article in Everytown’s The Trace commits some of the most egregious errors and declarations of cluelessness that I’ve seen in a while.
A terroristic car and knife attack on Ohio State University’s campus raises again the debate over weapons policies at our educational institutions.
Tracy Tuten, a marketing professor at East Carolina University, came to the attention of news media for saying that she would carry her handgun on campus.
According to gun store owners who spoke with NBC News, minority customers are outnumbering whites to purchase firearms by significant margins.
The police and the university took appropriate action in investigating Allred, just as law enforcement generally should take threats seriously.
Interestingly—for a reason that will be clear in a moment—the idea for the Guinness Book of World Records was born at a shooting party in County Wexford.
When Richard Spencer, head of the National Policy Institute addressed the organization’s annual conference, the audience gave Nazi salutes in reply.