Soon-to-be former Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney evidently forgot the wisdom of late House Speaker Thomas P. “Tip” O’Neill…
The president and CEO of Smith & Wesson issued a scathing public statement in response to demands from the Democrat-controlled House Oversight Committee for company information
This was the latest incident in a growing number of shootings this summer involving armed private citizens firing in self-defense or in defense of a larger crowd.
Like it or not—and anti-gunners don’t—the public cheers when good guys with guns win.
Video of the incident has raced across the Internet, complete with audio of the would-be robber screaming in agony, “He shot my arm off! He shot my arm off!”
While a giddy House Speaker Nancy Pelosi smiled broadly on passage of H.R. 1808, which bans the future manufacture and sale of so-called “assault weapons,” it is not likely to pass the Senate
There were moments of flaring tempers, robust rhetoric and political soundbites for which such show hearings have become famous.
“The vast majority of firearms offenders (88.8%) sentenced under (the guidelines) were prohibited from possessing a firearm.”- USSC Report
A new report released by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) does two things, one of them completely unintentional.
Oregon state workers in the Secretary of State’s office have until Aug. 7 to confirm whether enough valid signatures were gathered to put gun control IP17 on the November ballot
“The real hero of the day is the citizen that was lawfully carrying a firearm in that food court and was able to stop the shooter almost as soon as he began” — Police Chief Jim Ison
“Avoid assault rifle and assault weapon, which are highly politicized terms that generally refer to AR- or AK-style rifles designed for the civilian market…”
Say “Aloha” to a requirement in Hawaii that a concealed carry permit applicant “show…reason to fear injury to the applicant’s person or property” in order to obtain a concealed carry license.
The requirement smacks of something one might expect in the plot of the science fiction movie “Minority Report,” starring Tom Cruise 20 years ago.
Predictably emerging from the intense investigation into the July 4 mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois are revelations that laws already in place to prevent such crimes failed miserably.
According to the state Department of Licensing, the 11,292 CPLs issued last month were second only to the 13,932 issued in April 2013 in a single month.
What apparently caused this stunning high court action was language in the New York case, written by Justice Clarence Thomas
Thomas did something else with his 63-page opinion. He signaled the possible outcome of future litigation regarding whether so-called “assault weapons”
Fifteen Republican state attorneys general have signed a letter to Capitol Hill opposing the confirmation of Steve Dettelbach to head the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
Philadelphia calls itself the “City of Brotherly Love,” but homicides hit a record last year, according to NPR, which said the city is “maintaining that pace so far this year.”