Facbook’s anti-gun policies are driving over 10,000 members a day to seek other, more Second Amendment-friendly social media platforms.
To put all of my cards on the table, I am a member of several “gun groups” on The Social Network and even with all the hubbub of the past few days, I think the changes are much ado about nothing.
News of social media platforms Facebook and Instagram change in policy to restrict potential peer-to-peer gun sales found quick reaction from those on both sides of the issue.
“When somebody makes a decision to pick up a gun, that’s like a pre-murder case,” says gun control advocates backing the new system.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris, putting it closer to the polls, issued title to a measure that would put sweeping gun restrictions on the 2016 ballot.
The controversial and mandatory gun offender registry adopted in Cleveland earlier this year has not signed up a single person in its first full month of operation.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, running to replace Gov. Brown, has proposed a sweeping voter initiative that some call a declaration of war on law-abiding gun owners and Second Amendment rights.
In violation of a new city ordinance banning the sale of firearms without informing Cleveland police, a gun rights group is planning to make their voices heard even if it results in being arrested
In a move Second Amendment organizations paint as pushing a backdoor gun grab, Everytown has made a six-figure ad buy in support of gun control legislation
U.S. Rep. James E. Clyburn debuted legislation mandating no firearm be released from a licensed dealer before a background check is completed.