Due process and equal protection should apply to gun rights as well as gay marriage.
When scare tactics don’t work, gun grabbers resort to twisting data. A new report by the Violence Policy Center is the latest example of this strategy.
Three gun rights advocates sued the ATF on Tuesday seeking clarification on how the federal agency determines when a blank receiver is a firearm.
Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) signed a Fish and Wildlife bill last week that included language to legalize suppressors and repeal one of the oldest bans in the nation on the devices.
A federal appeals court breathed new life into a case challenging the ban on gun sales to Americans living abroad.
“Removing the Confederate flag is a necessary but totally insufficient response to Charleston,” said Sen. Chris Murphy. “It’s easier to take down a flag than seriously confront America’s gun violence epidemic.”
A controversial Pennsylvania enacted last year which allows third parties to sue municipalities over local gun codes stronger than the state’s was overturned Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, a Virginia Democrat, debuted a bill to require private gun sellers to verify transfers through an FFL before the sale of a firearm.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission on Thursday voted to include hunting as a means to help control the state’s exploding population of black bear.
The recent massacre in Charleston is a national tragedy, and my prayers go out to the families of the innocent victims.