In debates with advocates of gun control, I often hear the claim that gun rights are distinct from other rights because of the danger of guns.
Claiming individuals are using the law as a reason to take someone’s life, a group of senate Democrats want to make a major change to the state’s self-defense statutes.
The Alabama Supreme Court is sticking by its guns in a September decision where it found a law banning the open carry of a gun onto someone else’s property unconstitutional.
In light of the recent attacks in Paris, European ministers met in Brussels last week to establish new gun control measures to include a ban on semi-auto firearms.
Washington, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier advised action by civilians to take down active shooters while she has only granted 40 concealed carry permits.
Authorities arrested a recently discharged Army Reserve soldier with a criminal history in connection with the theft of 16 guns from his former armory in Worcester.
The University of Arkansas is hosting an art exhibit that seeks to draw attention to the “disturbing shortening cycle of shock” that follows mass shootings
Given the homicidal attacks in Paris last week, we’re now being told by PoliticusUSA that the NRA has allowed terrorists to purchase guns in America.
An attorney representing a California FFL holder whose extensive firearm collection was seized in dramatic fashion by authorities is claiming his rights have been violated.
“Given their lack of gun-control success, surely Democrats should be eager to seize on this no-brainer bipartisan issue,” reads the petiton.