These bills by Rep. Rafael Anchia (D-Dallas) run counter to SCC’s position that state institutions should be required to honor state-issued concealed handgun licenses.
The one inescapable fact is Virginia Tech was a “gun-free” campus.
Note what it didn’t say? What additional laws they want.
The CBC, that government mouthpiece funded by 1.5 billion taxpayer dollars, continues to spread disinformation about Canada’s gun laws.
I don’t think I am alone when I say the National Firearms Act’s rules are unconstitutional and really does nothing to enhance public safety of society.
Give it a few years. That is, if those bent on culturally terraforming our country with a “progressive’ majority and disarming its citizens are allowed to prevail.
Here are a few of the things Rolling Stone and Ben Wofford get wrong or neglect to say about SCC and the campus carry movement, in the order that these errors and omissions appear in the article.
Conservatives in the House’s Freedom Caucus and in the Senate are now in open revolt against House Speaker Paul Ryan’s “Son of ObamaCare” bill.
House Bill 1122 sought to imprison parents or family members for injuries of minors and criminals when an unauthorized user accesses a firearm.
Sen. Anitere Flores conducted questioning of the Chairman and bill sponsor, Greg Steube, and then made her anti-gun statement declaring her intentions regarding pro-gun bills.
There are a lot of gun-related bills that will be heard, some bad some good, but there are two especially bad bills for which we need your presence in Annapolis to help fight!
The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has just ruled that military-style weapons are NOT protected by the Second Amendment and can be banned or restricted!
SB 898 is a misguided gun control bill, not based on a criminal conviction or mental adjudication, but based on a quasi-criminal proceeding.
The Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA) has offered a Resolution to the Missoula City Council to replace its failed ordinance to regulate private firearm transfers.
A new year, the same old tactics. Chairman Tom Loertscher (R-32), of the House State Affairs Committee, is once again blocking pro-gun bills.
Taken to its logical extreme, the opinion declares open season on law-abiding Americans who choose to carry firearms for self-defense.
HB 2074 seeks to repeal current Kansas law that would allow law-abiding individuals to carry a concealed firearm on college campuses for self-defense.
MOC’s corporate counsel, Dean Greenblatt, officially appealed on our behalf to the Michigan Supreme Court to reverse the appellate ruling against us in MOC\Herman v. Clio Area Schools.
Yesterday, NHFC Secretary, Rep. JR Hoell and I attended the hearing on HB350, the Gun Voter Suppression Act that Scott told you about over the weekend.
As the Aug. 1, 2017, date for Texas’ campus carry law to take effect at two-year colleges draws near, some opponents of the law have adopted new tactics.
NJ2AS made its federal debut last Tuesday fighting on behalf of New Jerseyans for the National Reciprocity Bill HR38 in Washington D.C.
The PFPA, as amended in 2016, gives law-abiding Kansans greater options for self-protection in public buildings, including state colleges and universities.
The Tennessee Firearms Association confirms through the Department of Safety that 8 states that did accept Tennessee’s handgun permits for reciprocity no longer do or accept only some of them.
Halifax Regional Police issued this stern warning after arresting a man for possession of a paintball gun at Saint Mary’s University.
HB 350 is a ban on carrying firearms while voting and is sponsored by Rep. Wayne Burton, D-Strafford 6. HB 350 creates a new, possesory only, firearms offense and classifies it as a Class B Felony.