After a yearlong investigation by internal affairs, San Francisco police arrested one of their own — an 18-year veteran of the force — for possessing an “AR-15 style assault rifle.”
A tribute to the late Navy SEAL and author of the bestselling book American Sniper will be unveiled this week in Odessa, Texas.
Citing a lack of personal jurisdiction, a judge rejected FireClean’s argument that they conspired to attract readers in its home state of Virginia by sharing a critical review likening its product to Crisco.
After petitions and statements by some seeking to bring their firearms to the Republican National Convention and others pressing to ban guns in Cleveland, the outcome was largely anticlimactic.
The second day of the DNC featured a group of speakers “who lost their children to gun violence or to encounters with law enforcement.”
After spending more than 35 years in a mental hospital, the man who failed an assassin attempt against President Ronald Reagan will be released.
Saying he could “no longer stay silent” the billionaire retired professional basketball player and principal owner and chairman of the Charlotte Hornets put his money where his mouth is.
Gun rights are not unique in their costs. Driving, being in relationships, and expressing one’s opinions also do harms but in a free society.
Assault weapons ban? Yes. Ban handguns? No. Americans polled favor broad gun control measures and limiting options for gun ownership, according to the results.
With Hillary Clinton expected to accept the Democratic Party’s nomination Tuesday, the issue of gun violence prevention will once again be pushed to the fore.