The New York Times confirms its anti- Second Amendment bias and agenda. No one is surprised.
E.J. Montini expects gun owners to follow the law, but when city governments violate the law, he calls the enforcement of the law “bullying”.
The NY affiliate of the ACLU, the NYCLU, joins the NRA, the NAACP, the NYT editorial board, the Legal Aid Society and others in support of knife law reform.
This election has become, in effect, a contest between whether the sovereign power will be the government & the media complex, or the people, in a system of limited government…
Hillary Clinton tweets about her plan to destroy gun manufacturers by holding them responsible for the actions of criminals.
At the NRA meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, Mike Vanderboegh and Dean Weingarten worked together. A small prayer was answered.
John Lott’s new book, The War on Guns, methodically destroys the false narrative that gun haters use to promote more Second Amendment infringements.
Two young men make threats. One is bullied for months. He brings a knife to school. He fatally stabs the other in a fight; ruled justified Self Defense.
During the Charlotte, riots/protests, a man in a vehicle is blocked by people in the street. He briefly displays a pistol, then drives through unmolested.
The No Gun signs at the Crossroads Mall had no force of law. The jihadi mass stabbing attacker probably did not know that.
The NAACP has joined with Knife Rights to push for Governor Cuomo to sign a knife law reform bill in New York.
Todd Rathner is doing wonders to repeal and reform knife laws with Knife Rights. He formed the NFAFA to do the same with NFA laws.
A hit and run driver was held at gunpoint by an armed citizen. The armed citizen called the police and held the driver until the police arrived.
Ray LaMontagne canceled a performance at the University of Texas, Austin, because Texas law has restored a limited right to bear arms to campus.
Researchers with a bias release a survey to biased publications, but not to prominent researchers. The survey details will not be released until 2017.
The Sixth Circuit has ruled that a permanent ban of firearms ownership for anyone who has ever been involuntarily committed, is unconstitutional.
The Missouri legislature voted to override the veto of SB 656 on 14 Sep., 2016. Permitless, or “Constitutional” carry will go into effect on 1 Jan, 2016
The NRA endorses the Democrat candidate for Missouri Governor, Chris Koster.
D.C. Chief of Police Cathy Lanier is retiring to join the NFL as head of security. She is the defendant in two lawsuits about the Second Amendment.
Massachusetts’ controversial AG, Maura Healy is being sued by two popular gun manufacturers for misuse of the power of her office.
Venezuela, in a photo-op attempt to show it is doing “something” about its out of control crime rate, destroyed rusty shotguns and homemade pistols.
The Sea Bears in Utah gained national prominence by celebrating the open carry of guns. Their new landlords attempted ban open carry, and lost.
Missouri Governor (D) Jay Nixon’s veto of gun reform bill S656 is expected to be overridden. Bloomberg’s lobbyists are working against it.
The August 2016 NICS numbers show another record breaking month for gun sales. The record breaking pace is lower than July’s.
The ATF has suspended enforcement of their ill-considered change in status of nitrocellulose in June. They will consult with industry for needed changes.
Angela Corey, the Chief prosecutor in the Zimmerman case, lost her primary 26% to 64%. Her opponent was endorsed by the NRA.
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.
Sea Bears, an open carry restaurant in Ogden, Utah, has run into a snag with its new landlords at Union Station.
A gun turn in event (buy back) will be held in Minneapolis Minnesota, this Saturday, 27 August, 2016. The compensation is exceptionally generous. The event will take place at two fire stations, one North, one South.
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.
Two shootings, one in Texas, one in Massachusetts, result in radically different outcomes. The difference in state law.
Attorney General Maura Healy is getting some opposition to the unconstitutional gun ban she unilaterally instituted last week.
An Oregon Churchman is willing to spend $3000 to destroy a $700 rifle. The rifle was raffled off to support a girls softball team.
The hype about open carry at the RNC in Cleveland turned out to be exactly that. No arrests, no problems; nothing except exercising Constitutional rights.
Anti-Second Amendment groups plot ways to fool the voters. Re-branding the same product with a different name doesn’t always work.
The Massachusetts AG, Maura Healy, has decided to dictate changes in Massachusetts gun law without resort to the legislature or the courts.
The NIJ has released the draft NIJ specifications for “Smart Gun” service pistols. People have until 13 September, 2016 to comment.
Governor Kasch says no to an unconstitutional ban on open carry in Cuyahoga County for the Republican convention in Cleveland.
A controversy has emerged about the rifle used in the Dallas police sniper attack. Was it an AR 15, an SKS, or a Saiga using AK74 magazines?
A poll in California is asking if you would support mandated baekground checks for the purchase of ammunition. It is currently running 39% yes, 60% no.