A nuanced take on a complicated set of facts distorted in the public debate.
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.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down part of a Hawaii law barring open carry of weapons, but this win for gun rights advocates may turn out to be short-lived.
The Supreme Court has declined to accept yet another Second Amendment case for review, continuing a streak that goes back some eight years.
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.
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.
If a law enforcement officer with 30 years of experience can’t stop an active school shooter, what makes anyone think a teacher with a gun can?
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.
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.
The Supreme Court has declined to hear yet another Second Amendment case.
The District of Columbia has decided not to risk an appeal of a lower court ruling striking down its restrictive concealed-carry law.
A Federal Appeals Court has declined to review a panel decision striking down the District of Columbia’s restrictive concealed-carry law.
A three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down the District of Columbia’s restrictive concealed-carry law.
The Supreme Court has once again declined to hear an appeal in a Second Amendment case.
Judge Gorsuch is now Justice Gorsuch and it’s time to hit the ground running.
A big setback for one of the most restrictive Voter ID Laws in the country.
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.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals deals a setback to the gun rights movement.
The gun control regulations to be announced later today by President Obama later today amount to far less than the hype would lead you to believe.
The Supreme Court has declined to accept an appeal challenging a law barring certain types of so-called ‘assault weapons’ in a Chicago suburb.
Two new polls show that political efforts to enact more stringent gun control at the national level are not likely to succeed.
In a setback for the gun rights movement, the Supreme Court has let stand a San Francisco law that places tough restrictions on handgun ownership.
A Second Amendment victory in the District of Columbia,
Legislators in Tennessee have taken the “gun rights” argument further than it was ever intended to go.
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.
The tragedy in Santa Barbara will. inevitably, revive the same old gun debate. But can it ever evolve beyond shouting?
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.
Starbucks is kindly asking customers not to bring guns to their stores.
The Supreme Court has ducked an opportunity to expand the holdings in D.C. v. Heller
The Manchin/Toomey proposal on background checks isn’t perfect, but it isn’t horrible either.
Will the massacre of twenty children in a Connecticut elementary school mark a turning point in America’s gun culture? Don’t count on it.
The former Republican governor of Florida says his former party is so extreme that it holds positions he held two years ago.
The fact that yesterday’s shooting at the Empire State Building resulted in nine civilians being injured by police bullets raises several questions.
Voter ID laws are a good idea, but we have to be careful in how we implement them.