New York State’s gun law takes rights away from nearly 35,000 people without any due process whatsoever.
In a logical extension of the Supreme Court’s decision in D.C. v. Heller, a Federal Judge has struck down D.C.’s law barring people from carrying handguns in public.
Target is the latest business to ask customers to leave the guns at home when they go shopping.
There’s been far too much hysteria and hyperbole when it comes to ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws.
The Supreme Court, unsurprisingly, ruled that lying on a Federal form about a gun purchase is, in fact, a crime.
The tragedy in Santa Barbara will. inevitably, revive the same old gun debate. But can it ever evolve beyond shouting?
The Second Amendment isn’t broken, and you don’t fix things that aren’t broken.
Yesterday afternoon’s shooting spree at Fort Hood appears to be a related to post-traumatic stress.
Another Circuit Court finds that the Second Amendment protects a right to carry a weapon in public.
A Federal Judge in New York upholds, for the most part, that state’s new gun control law.
The likelihood of any action on gun control in 2014 is extremely limited
Gun control has faded as a political issue as the memory of Newtown has faded, and that was entirely predictable.
I’m happy that these incidents are so rare. But I can’t explain why it’s so.
Starbucks is kindly asking customers not to bring guns to their stores.
A gun rights victory at the ballot box in Colorado.
Low voter priorities and the natural tendency of the media to move on to the next big story meant that gun control was not going to be a top political issue for long.
An absolutely ridiculous criminal case out of West Virginia.
The insanity of “Zero Tolerance” policies.
The State Department tries to scrub information about the 3D-printed gun from the Internet.
The reality of gun violence in the United States is far different from the story the media is telling us.
Several Senators who voted against the Manchin/Toomey background checks bill have suffered in the polls, but it’s unclear if that matters in the long run.
The Senate’s rejection of the Manchin/Toomey background checks bill isn’t particularly outraging the general public, according to a new poll.
The odds that any of the Senators who voted no on Manchin/Toomey will pay a political price for doing so is low.
Gabby Giffords writes an emotional diatribe filled with non sequiturs that does nothing to advance the debate.
There’s a very simple reason why gun control is stalling in Congress despite its popularity in the polls.