A disgraced governor is signing a wave of progressive legislation
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.
One opinion writer says that Senator Kamala Harris should be disqualified as a Democratic candidate because she owns a handgun.
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is the latest entrant into an already crowded Democratic field.
Last week, the House passed two bills to strengthen the laws regarding background checks for guns, but they’re not likely to even make it to the floor of the Senate.
Gun laws requiring guns to be taken away from convicted felons are either being ignored or have too many loopholes. We need to fix that.
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.
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration is backing away from gun regulations opposed by the N.R.A.
Once again, the Administration is walking back the President’s statements on a controversial issue.
President Trump appeared to change positions on several gun control ideas, but he probably doesn’t mean it.
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.
A race for the Virginia House of Delegates straight out of a civics book.
Only 28% of Americans support President Trump’s decision to back out of the Paris Accord, but it’s not clear that this will harm him politically.
Notwithstanding the election results, support for eliminating the Electoral College is at a 20-year low.
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.
New information in the Dylann Roof case shows that the background check system used for gun purchases is still prone to human error.
The tragedy in Santa Barbara will. inevitably, revive the same old gun debate. But can it ever evolve beyond shouting?
For a year that seemed to start out so well, 2013 has been among the President’s worst of this five years he’s been in office.
Gun control has faded as a political issue as the memory of Newtown has faded, and that was entirely predictable.
With debate season over, it’s looking less and less likely that Virginia Republicans will be able to hold back the Democrats on November 5th.
The prospects for gun control appear to be dimming.
The post-Newtown momentum for gun control has slowed significantly.
President Obama’s idea of “universal background checks” isn’t nearly as simple as it sounds.