In the past, I’ve expressed criticism of sloppy analogies between gun violence and disease, but that doesn’t mean that I see no valid ways to approach this.
Anti-gun activists would like to turn us into a nation of wimps. To some, this will sound obvious, while others will think I’m exaggerating.
“Under the Gun” producer Katie Couric and America’s top gun control philanthropist former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg slapstick their way through a two-minute public health ad.
The ACLU filed a federal lawsuit last week Connecticut state troopers illegally detained, searched and charged a protester at a DUI checkpoint.
Some LGBT students at the University of Houston feel unsafe now that concealed carry of handguns by their licensed fellow citizens is legal.
A split 10-6 panel for the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals last week found that an involuntary commitment to a mental health facility might not be enough to strip away an individual’s gun rights for life.
Donald Trump veered off script during a speech in Miami on Friday and the ad lib was once again interpreted as a threat against his Democrat opponent, Hillary Clinton.
A survey of nearly 1,300 parents in Missouri and Illinois found three-quarters believe pediatricians should counsel patients on safe firearm storage practices in the home, though only one-third reported having such conversations with doctors.
Under threat of up to 12 months in jail and a $500 fine, a Louisville area Democrat has pre-filed a measure that could lead to charges for those who store an unsecured gun.
Tennessee ranks number one in the unfortunate category of accidental shooting deaths, which spiked more than 450 percent in the Volunteer State in 2014, according to federal data.