President-elect Donald Trump is rumored to be considering Rudy Giuliani for a cabinet position, a move that has onlookers questioning how Republicans in the Senate will vote for him, given their voting record on Obama nominees with similar views on gun control.
New Hampshire’s Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan has picked up another endorsement from a national gun control group in her bid to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte.
Gays Against Guns headed for the Manchester, New Hampshire offices of Sen. Kelly Ayotte Oct. 15 to protest the Republican’s pro-gun voting record.
A bill to increase the length of time authorities are given to process background checks for firearm purchases from 3 to 10 days could be dead on arrival in the Oregon Senate.
Every now and then, an advocate for gun control will express the desire to repeal the Second Amendment.
A measure that aims to shore up the nation’s firearms background check system is getting negative feedback from both gun control and gun rights groups.
The Mental Health and Safe Communities Act aims to fix the existing background check system without expanding it, said Texas Sen. John Cornyn.
Sen. Joe Uecker said many feel like access to the information violates permit holders’ Second Amendment rights, but Dennis Hetzel, with the Ohio Newspaper Association, argues that the First Amendment is just as important as the second.
A report detailing the methods used throughout CIA’s “enhanced interrogation” program is expected to create a wave of backlash against Americans abroad.
The 2014 midterm elections are just around the corner, and so far forecasts are not indicating blue skies for the Democratic Party. On Nov. 4, it’s all about control of the United States Senate.