Nothing would have had a chance to stop or minimize these killings except armed citizens on the scene.
Even after saying that his registration-masked-as-safety scam would “finish the job,” Schumer and his co-conspirators are out there grabbing for more
The United States District Court for the Southern District of California ruled against Ares Armor in its lawsuit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
New Jersey has a lot of what the gun-grabbers call “common sense gun safety laws” and guys like me call “citizen disarmament edicts.”
Madonna’s a great one for preaching peace, but she needs others willing to commit violence on her behalf to make it happen.
All that does is highlight the glaring truth that criminals break the law.
But the most insane disconnect from reality is that armed citizens wouldn’t stand a chance.
The Supreme Court did not decline the case outright, meaning some of the Justices want to hear it.
Virginia shows us the Bloomberg money machine can sputter and seize up. It also shows us Republicans need to decide who their friends are.
The Supreme Court today agreed to hear a case involving domestic violence-related gun prohibitions but will leave unaddressed a key Second Amendment issue it raises.
Here’s something else nobody’s talking about: How much “gun control” will be enough?
When the new citizens do vote Democrat, expect that to result in an unchallengeable majority. Expect federal courts where future confirmations will result in a reversal of Heller.
Giffords and Kelly talked mostly about their “endeavors to succeed” rather than about guns, in spite of how the media reported the event…
The effect is the same as confiscation, but they force you to legitimize it by acceptance of “payment.” It’s the equivalent of raping someone and then leaving $20 on the nightstand – and you’d better
They had to keep locations and times secret, and away from activist gun owners until the last minute, so that monopoly of violence “supporters” would not be outnumbered by freedom advocates.
Armed students and citizens kept human carnage to a minimum, allowing the authorities to mobilize and neutralize the threat. Guns preserved the peace and kept people safe.
“As a last resort, attempt to take the active shooter down. When the shooter is at close range and you cannot flee, your chance of survival is much greater if you try to incapacitate him/her.”
Basically, Clinton is dictating the terms of surrender to American gun owners and presuming they will just roll over and take it..
It’s what he said in a clip that’s not getting much attention that illustrates the danger in presuming O’Reilly to be 2A-informed and correct.
Smith-Soto is creating a discriminatory and hostile environment against those who choose to exercise a right he does not agree with, willfully disregarding UTEP’s “harassment” policy.
No one who wants to prohibit the tools of self-defense is willing to acknowledge a special contractual relationship with a duty to protect all who submit to their demands.
Occupation-based gun bans create an opportunity for a dangerous slippery slope.
Bury’s ruling is not likely to lessen skepticism on the part of those who believe the system is rigged, and that for reasons yet unknown, wagons for both parties have been circled.
Nothing has changed as far as “gun free” campuses are concerned. They still guarantee would-be predators the one thing they crave the most: Success.
But the real crux of the matter is in the time-to-crime number … The New York average is 14.8 years. Compare that to the national average of 10.88 years.
That certainly doesn’t sound like anything “background checks” or a “high capacity magazine” ban would have any impact on. It sounds like they just don’t want anyone to have a gun.
Let’s break this con job down further. First, get rid of the notion that what the antis want has anything to do with “universal background checks.”
If you let the enemy establish a beachhead without a fight, it will simply use that as the launching point for the next incursion into deeper territory.
If a violent criminal is so dangerous that he poses a physical threat to innocents, letting him wander freely among us makes as much sense as opening the cage and letting out a man-eating lion…
There’s a time and a place for courtesy, but there is no one-size-fits all tactic for everyone to follow. Respect is something that’s earned…
Before Fast and Furious, there was Wide Receiver, a surveillance operation by ATF, ostensibly to track straw purchasers and to identify how some guns are smuggled into Mexico from the U.S. to help supply the drug cartels with firepower.
Help is being requested to find documented instances of civilian heroes who used a gun to save others, and to include those stories in a program to educate young people.
Credible rumors say anti-gun Sen. Dianne Feinstein will be coming for our guns with a vengeance of Obama wins.
So-called ‘buybacks’ work to the advantage of those who would control us through both the law and law-breaking.
Firearms rights activists are urging candidate Paul Ryan to confront incumbent Joe Biden on Fast and Furious gunwalking in tonight’s Vice Presidential debate.
Instead of being government watchdogs, many in the mainstream press have become propagandists, and in some cases, domestic enemies.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has once more been asked to share what he knows about gunwalking in Texas in a letter sent yesterday by Sen. John Cornyn.
So-called “professional journalists” with no skin in the game presume to educate their readers about the administration’s involvement in gunwalking.
Gungrabbers want to impose New York City-style “gun control” on all of us–and even that won’t be enough to satisfy them.
A captured Fast and Furious murder suspect, a documentary in the making, and a Federal Firearms Licensee fighting revocation by ATF were all subjects explored last week in the Gun Rights Examiner column.