The prospects for gun control appear to be dimming.
The Supreme Court has ducked an opportunity to expand the holdings in D.C. v. Heller
Are we heading toward an era where a diagnosis of mental illness becomes an instrument for state oppression?
Keeping guns out of the hands of dangerous people while protecting individual liberty isn’t easy.
The Manchin/Toomey proposal on background checks isn’t perfect, but it isn’t horrible either.
The GOP’s decision to filibuster the Senate Gun Control Bill doesn’t make a lot of political sense.
The post-Newtown momentum for gun control has slowed significantly.
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace called a controversial NRA claim “ridiculous.”
Bill Clinton has a warning for his fellow Democrats.
Josh Marshall explains what it’s like to be a non-gun person in a very pro-gun culture.
President Obama’s idea of “universal background checks” isn’t nearly as simple as it sounds.
Despite the push it’s likely to receive, most of President Obama’s gun control proposals will barely even see the light of day in Congress.
It turns out, the NRA behind the game is not the National Rifle Association.
Based on the polls, the odds of some changes to America’s gun control laws will become law. It’s unlikely they’ll accomplish anything, though.
David Gregory committed a technical violation of DC’s gun law to make a point on a national news show. Conservative gun control opponents are angry.
The ultimate impact of the Newtown tragedy on the nation’s gun laws is likely to be very limited.
Did NBC’s David Gregory violate D.C. law on Sunday?
Stony Brook finance prof Noah Smith writes, “The Single Best Anti-Gun-Death Policy? Ending the Drug War.”