Students at the UW Madison plan to repeat failed UT Austin sex toy protest over the exercise of Second Amendment rights on campus.
Campus carry reform of gun laws has been advancing across the U.S.A. The 2016 election results mean that the reforms will continue to spread.
In keeping with our organization’s long-held ideals, Students for Concealed Carry doesn’t endorse efforts to blacklist professors who oppose campus carry.
Following years of controversial police shootings across the country, opponents of campus carry have taken to claiming that campus carry will make police encounters more…..
The same newspaper responsible for uncritically parroting the since- discredited claim that campus carry would cost two Texas university systems upward of $50 million dollars over six years…..
Ray LaMontagne canceled a performance at the University of Texas, Austin, because Texas law has restored a limited right to bear arms to campus.
If singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne is so concerned about the licensed, concealed carry of handguns that he feels compelled to cancel his September 22 concert at the Bass Concert Hall…..
Two and a half weeks after The Dallas Morning News debunked predictions that campus carry would cost Texas universities tens of millions of dollars, one day after the Fort Worth Star-Telegram…..
A segment of the September 14, 2016, episode of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah lampoons Texas’ campus carry law with coverage of the much-publicized #CocksNotGlocks protest.
A federal judge in Austin, Texas, shoots down a request for an injunction to stop the implementation of campus carry at the University of Texas.
It seems that no matter how hard we at Students for Concealed Carry (SCC) try to maintain civility with opponents of campus carry, some of those opponents can’t reciprocate with the same level…..
Guns on Campus: Tamron Hall Investigates misrepresents both the arguments behind the passage of Texas’ campus carry law and the talking points utilized by the nation’s largest campus carry…..
The lawsuit against the exercise of the Second Amendment on the Campus of the University of Texas, Austin, has had its first hearing. It centered on whether UT has a disciplinary policy that would be applied.
Opponents of Texas’ campus carry law have had well over a year to study the issue, yet many still don’t understand the law they’re protesting.
Since the earliest days of the nearly decade-long debate over allowing concealed carry on Texas college campuses, opponents of the idea have clung to the mistaken belief that the debate is….
On July 13, the University of Texas System board of regents clearly demonstrated that its members have not read, much less given serious consideration to, the arguments and written statements…..
The lawsuit filed yesterday by three professors at the University of Texas at Austin, in an attempt to block the implementation of Texas’ impending campus carry law, is without legal precedent…..
During the 2016 Legislative Session, the Tennessee Legislature passed multiple pro-gun bills that promote and protect your Second Amendment rights…..
Here is a fun exercise for Texas professors nervous about the state’s new campus carry law: You can estimate the number of times you’ll be shot by LTC-holding students in the coming year, by…..
After opponents of campus carry spent much of Wednesday claiming that the shooting of a professor at UCLA proves that students upset over grades are liable to snap and turn violent, police…..
Governor Deal has vetoed HB 859, the campus carry bill that passed the legislature with wide margins. Deal explained that the campus ban was Constitutional.
More evidence that America’s institutions of higher education have given up any pretense of providing a bastion for the free exchange of ideas came this week in the form of a commentary published…..
Virginia House Democrats vote yes for untrained judges to carry guns, but No for trained police officers in schools???
Senate Bill 2376, sponsored by state Senator Mike Bell (R-9), and House Bill 1736, sponsored by state Representative Andy Holt (R-76) passed both the Senate and House and will now be…..
Last week I sent an email update relaying the final results of SB589 “School Grounds Carry” which did not move forward in the last legislative session because Senator Van Wanggaard…..