The Commonwealth is much more diverse than national election returns might indicate.
Vastly more people died than needed to and the economy still crashed.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Supreme Court heard a significant Second Amendment case, but it is unlikely to rule on the merits of the case.
Another bad night for Republicans in Virginia, and another warning sign for Republicans nationally.
At last week’s debate, Beto O’Rourke handed Republicans and gun rights advocates a nicely wrapped gift with his claim that he would seize guns from otherwise law-abiding Americans.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has once again upheld a local ordinance banning assault weapons.
As he has in the past, President Trump has backed away from support for any gun control measures in the wake of the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
Another poll in the wake of this month’s mass shootings shows increased support for several gun control measures. That doesn’t mean Congress will act, though.
In the wake of the back-to-back shootings in Texas and Ohio, a new poll shows increased support for some gun control measures. But we’ve been here before.
On a day that called for national unity and empathy, President Trump couldn’t help but revert to form.
The Democratic frontrunner is being wrongly blamed for an explosion in the prison population.
At some point, what we call conservatism turned into a racket. It’s not surprising that this led directly to Trump.
One opinion writer says that Senator Kamala Harris should be disqualified as a Democratic candidate because she owns a handgun.
For the first tine in nearly ten years, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving Second Amendment rights.
Washington has become the latest state to ban the sale of semiautomatic assault rifles to persons under 21.
Florida voters in the Republican and Democratic parties have set up a Gubernatorial race that provides a stark choice on the table for Sunshine State voters in a race that will likely have national implications moving forward.
We have a generation of schoolkids who aren’t even surprised when there’s a shooting at their school. That’s a problem.
The Supreme Court has declined to accept yet another Second Amendment case for review, continuing a streak that goes back some eight years.
Another Federal Court loss for gun rights activists challenging state laws banning “assault weapons.”
New polling shows that public support for several gun control proposals continue to increase in the wake of February’s shooting at a Parkland, Florida High School.
Organizing protests was the easy part. The hard part for those who would seek to expand gun regulations is yet to come.
The network’s longtime “strategic analyst” is “ashamed” of his association because they’ve become a “propaganda machine.”
Republicans are claiming that Conor Lamb won Tuesday’s Special Election in Pennsylvania because he campaigned as a conservative. These people are either deluded or lying.
Polls released since the Parkland, Florida shooting show that support for gun control measures is at its highest level since 1993, but will it last?
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration is backing away from gun regulations opposed by the N.R.A.
Within hours after the new Florida gun law was signed by Governor Rick Scott, the National Rifle Association had filed a lawsuit seeking to strike it down.
A big win for gun control advocates in a deeply Republican state.
President Trump appeared to change positions on several gun control ideas, but he probably doesn’t mean it.
Following yesterday’s move by Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walmart has raised the age for all gun sales to 21.
Despite the activism we’ve seen in the wake of the school shooting in Florida, it’s unlikely that we’ll see significant Congressional action on guns.
Dick’s Sporting Goods will no longer sell “assault weapons” at any of its stores, and will limit the sale of any gun to people aged 21 and above.
New polls show increased support for various gun control measures, including limitations on so-called “assault weapons,” but that doesn’t mean we’re likely to see Congressional action on the subject.
Since the Supreme Court handed down its decision in District of Columbia v. Heller four separate Federal appellate courts have ruled that state and local laws banning “assault weapons” do not violate the Second Amendment.
The students who survived last week’s mass shooting in Parkland, Florida are speaking out, and some on the right are responding by engaging in personal attacks and spreading conspiracy theories.
President Trump is calling on the Justice Department to ban bump stocks, but it seems clear that this is an area where Congress needs to be taking the lead.
Continuing a pattern that has gone on for eight years now, the Supreme Court has declined to hear another appeal regarding a Second Amendment challenge to state gun control laws.
Al Hoffman Jr., a Florida-based real estate developer who was a leading fund-raiser for George W. Bush’s campaigns, said he would seek to marshal support among other Republican political donors for a renewed assault weapons ban.
The Supreme Court has declined to hear yet another Second Amendment case.
New polling shows increased support for gun control measures in the wake of Las Vegas, but it’s not likely to last and it won’t lead to any significant action by Congress.
Authorities are being second-guessed over their handling of Saturday’s protests. Virginia gun laws are the more obvious problem.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld Maryland’s ban on certain so-called “assault weapons,” but it’s unclear if the Supreme Court will even take up the case.
A new poll finds strong public support for enhanced background checks and barring people on Federal watch lists from purchasing weapons.
Continuing a pattern that began six years ago, the Supreme Court has again declined to hear an appeal in a case involving a challenge to state gun control laws.