The response to the Orlando shooting followed a familiar trend that included a passionate call for stricter regulation on firearms and an uptick in reported gun sales.
House Democrats wrapped up their 26-hour protest over gun violence Thursday after the body broke for vacation while the Senate took a cautious first step towards passing a compromise bill.
With Republican leaders downplaying the need, some Florida Democrats are trying to force the Secretary of State to poll lawmakers for a special session.
Shiner, Texas-based Texas Black Rifle Co is offering a new take on AR lowers designed to showcase Second Amendment rights in a non-politically correct way.
Las Vegas based KVVU-TV, the Fox affiliate in Sin City aired a piece that dropped the “assaulty” notoriety all over the AR-15. Then they issued a clarification the next day.
The New York State Police have taken three into custody this week, charged with illegally selling guns classified under state law as “assault weapons.”
“These people who come out afterwards and their answer to Orlando is to take away guns from the public,” Stern said. “It’s f***ing mind-blowing to me.”
A group of moderate senators from both parties came together Tuesday to introduce a measure to the Senate to bring increased scrutiny to those on certain watch lists when buying guns.
It was all hands on deck Monday evening when a full 100-member Senate took roll calls on a set of gun control amendments only to see each one rejected in turn.
With a “We The People” petition to ban civilian ownership of the AR-15 gaining 180,000 signatures, the White House held a special call with Valerie Jarrett on Monday.