David A Keene served in DC with a variety of people over the years. As someone who has a keen lens into the political process, can you shed any light on what is happening today in DC?
Recent figures show that while there was a slight bump in taxes collected, the only thing the tax succeeded in was driving constitutionally-protected gun businesses from the city limits.
Chicago is proving strict gun control laws are a failure. Sadly, it’s a lesson that is costing lives. City and state officials, however, are refusing to learn this tragic lesson.
The Trump administration is laying the groundwork to fence them all in for their blatant discrimination, including their targeting of pro-gun voices. It’s about time. Where’s the “hell-yes” emoji?
The governor lectured, “Elected leaders need to be not intimidated by the NRA and by the efforts of some groups and law enforcement folks. When you’ve got some sheriffs…putting out false information
It’s a Biden vs. Trump bout coming up in November. Progressive Sen. Sanders has undoubtedly pushed Democrats to the left, but it’s former Vice President Biden who has made gun control a rallying cry.
The presidential candidate found himself squaring off with Second Amendment supporting union workers during a tour in Michigan. Needless to say, the back-and-forth did not go well for him
The American Bar Association recently ramped up its attempts to restrict lawful gun ownership and further stigmatize the firearm industry.
Going into the South Carolina primary, Sen. Sanders had a lead with 34 delegates and the once-favored former Vice President is in an abysmal 5th place with only six delegates.
Michael Bloomberg’s disdain for the Constitution and the rights of free individuals disqualifies him from taking up the oath of office.
Presidential contender U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is either straight out lying, ignorant or seriously uninformed about gun laws in the United States.
Playing politics by irrationally selling off legal U.S. firearms companies stock and hurting the Americans that work there, especially while supporting the Chinese military, is simply wrong.
California wildlife officials are noticing a crisis. Hunters and anglers are largely responsible for wildlife conservation funding. On the left coast, though, that funding pool is drying up.
Everytown for Gun Safety, the gun control group bankrolled by billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg, is treading lightly with their benefactor’s Presidential race.
If law-abiding gun owners needed another reason to be dubious of why their firearms ownership should be made public, the San Francisco Chronicle recently provided it.
There’s no other explanation for a recent article in USA Today titled, “Congress approved $25M in funding for gun safety research. Now what?”
The Iowa fiasco demonstrated the party of gun control that wants to run national firearms registry and licensing schemes can’t even run their own election process.
Democratic candidates were finally forced to take questions on their plans for gun control. None of the answers were original and offered only ignorance of facts, vilification and double-speak.
Del. Levine explained his bill to ban so-called “assault weapons” and “extended magazines” would reduce murders, just like he claims it did with the Assault Weapons Ban of 1994. Except, he is wrong.
Numerous gun control proposals were introduced as legislation, including one particular bill that will lead to widespread confusion regarding the Commonwealth’s concealed carry reciprocity agreements.