With Donald Trump in office and Republicans controlling Congress, the pro-gun community is ready to go on the offense — and several SHOT Show attendees said they hope to see some changes under the new administration.
Protests turned riotous Friday as some 500 people, most of them dressed in black, used crowbars and hammers to smash windows, and started isolated fires in Washington D.C. ahead of Donald Trump’s swearing in ceremony.
President Donald Trump went big and bold for his inauguration speech Friday, promising to deliver power from Washington back to the people of America.
An Iowa lawmaker introduced a bill this week that would permit Iowans to possess machine guns, short-barreled rifles and short barreled shotguns.
Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange has instructed the City of Huntsville to allow guns at the Huntsville-Madison County Library, giving officials 60 days to remove a sign currently prohibiting firearms on the premises.
In a suit known as Ezelle Two against the city of Chicago, Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation succeeded in knocking out the de facto ban on gun ranges in Chicago.
President Obama’s action brought the number of commutations he has granted to 1,715, a number greater than that of the past 13 presidents combined.
“He’s about to become the most consequential person on the planet,” Damon said, calling it a “massive burden” and an “enormous amount of responsibility.”
Trump already has a new and updated version of the now-famous “Make America Great Again” slogan, which he also explained how came to be his catchphrase.
Dominic Puopolo posted a video on Twitter declaring he had plans to kill Donald Trump and was soon thereafter taken into custody for the threat.