Local governments are working to restore the rights of government employees to bear arms. Should Government workers get extra rights?
Gun Control doesn’t work in NYC. The tragic terror attack that happened in NYC’s Subways is further proof that the people must be armed.
“We’re going to turn the tide. We’re going to start holding people accountable.”—Pierce County, WA Sheriff Ed Troyer
According to WHNT News, the bill must now be approved by the Alabama Senate before going to Republican Gov. Kay Ivey.
A formidable 83 percent of likely voters believe the issue of violent crime “will be important in this year’s congressional elections,” according to a new Rasmussen survey.
This bill, while far from perfect, is an incremental improvement over the way things are now in terms of expanding areas where citizens can carry…
“Getting shot by an intended victim discourages such behavior.”–Alan Gottlieb, chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Anti-gun males like Waldman know that their smears and lies and attempts at wit aren’t working, and in fact, are starting to backfire on them.
A new bill proposed by Republican Representative Anthony Sabatini is getting pushback from some Republicans. The bill HB 103
The 1990 Gun-Free School Zones Act, sponsored by Joe Biden as part of the 1990 Crime Control Act is getting people killed and anti-gun politicians refuse to address it.
There are two likely scenarios for the ruling that comes out in NYSRPA v. Bruen – what are the pros and cons for each of them?
“The high stakes in the case are reflected in the number of ‘friend of the court’ briefs filed on both sides – over 80 in total…”–Amy Howe, writing at SCOTUSblog
Last year in Minneapolis…WCCO reported that the city spent $152,000 on private security for “some city council members.”
My carry is a Glock 43x in a Tenicor Arx OWB holster, with a Shield Arms 15 round mag. I have one spare mag in a magnetic NeoMag pocket clip.
Over the past year, the report notes, “the number of permit holders grew by a record 2 million.”
The months of May through September showed an average recovery of 4,265 active CPLs, bringing the number of licenses up to 640,723 as of Oct. 1, and the surge is continuing.
“Gun prohibitionists who enjoy their own private security while promoting restrictive laws…are world-class hypocrites.”–Alan Gottlieb, CCRKBA
According to updated information from the state Department of Licensing, there are now 98,171 active CPLs in King County, which encompasses Seattle.
A whopping 31.1 percent of gun owners—estimated to be about 25.3 million American adults—have used a gun in self-defense, says Nat’l Firearms Survey
The Second Amendment Foundation filed a promising case that could wipe out semiauto bans pushed by anti-Second Amendment extremists for decades across the country.
New York is one of only eight states that still maintain a “may issue” scheme for handing out carry permits, and frequently authorities find an excuse to not hand them out.
Before he became president of the Second Amendment Foundation, Massad Ayoob provided support for the Second Amendment, but his work on the reality of self-defense may be his most vital contribution.
Nothing defines dismal failure so much as the billionaire-bankrolled gun control crusade that has been unfolding in Washington State since 2014.
There were a lot of questions about why the NRA, and other leading gun rights organizations, didn’t get more involved in the case at the time. Certainly, some people pointed to the racial issues.
On June 1, the state licensing agency, which only keeps the data and does not issue CPLs, reported a whopping 4,936 active license turnaround during the month of May.
Villanueva said his department has issued 904 concealed-carry permits. In other words, about one permit per day since he took office — in a county with a population of more than 10 million souls.
The Roberts court has disappointed in the past. Questions about the Chief Justice have eroded confidence in the courts being a venue where recourse for gun owners is possible.
It will be the first Second Amendment case considered by the court since the 2010 case of McDonald v. City of Chicago that nullified the Windy City’s handgun ban
Last year I became a liberal first-time gun owner, and this year I’m starting to fight against my party in New Jersey to gain access to my constitutional right to carry a firearm.
The Kimber K6s is a refined and sophisticated revolver worthy of your consideration.