With Black Friday looming, consumers are being inundated with special offers and gun enthusiasts are no exception, but more gun sales are going unchecked on the busiest shopping day of the year, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Read more
Legislation defining the federal government’s procedure to force a bank to end its relationship with a suspicious business has been introduced. Read more
One of the three victims shot by a gunman last week at Florida State University in Tallahassee was a concealed carry permit supporter who couldn’t legally carry his gun on campus. Read more
If a conservative professor had pulled a stunt like the one Professor John Gruhl pulled recently, every liberal news outlet in the country would be demanding his position or even his arrest. Read more
By unanimous vote Tuesday, Los Angeles lawmakers approved local ordinances to electronically track ammo sales and require guns to be locked up when not in use. Read more
Following a St. Louis grand jury declining to indict policeman Darren Wilson for the shooting death of teen Michael Brown, the nation’s emotions ran the gamut and towns across the country prepared and received the worst.
The debate on police oversight through technology is not small but how far are we willing to go when such weapon-tracking technology may also soon infringe upon the rights of citizens? Read more
With local dealers running low in the face of exploding sales, a Knoxville gun shop is publicly offering to rush firearms to Missourians caught short. Read more
In what could be the final acts of a sensational case that brought debate on Stand Your Ground and warning shots in Florida, Marissa Alexander has entered into an agreement that effectively ends her legal fight. Read more
A St. Louis county prosecutor announced the decision to not charge Darren Wilson by a grand jury for the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.