Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats in the House used the Violence Against Women Act to create a new class of prohibited possessor and more infringements on the Second Amendment.
Idaho Governor Brad Little signed H206 into law on 2 April, 2019. The bill restores Constitutional Carrry for Idaho adults 18-20 years old.
There are some questions you can easily answer. One of them is Joe Biden’s stance on the Second Amendment.
A federal judge has refused to authorize a fishing expedition by State Attorney Generals in the First and Second Amendment case involving 3D computer files.
Anti-Second Amendment extremists have taken to trying to suppress the ability of Second Amendment supporters to make their case.
The Illinois Supreme Court will be hearing an appeal by the State which challenges a court decision that the FOID card requirement in Illinois is unconstitutional.
New Jersey AG, Girbir Grewal, sues California gun parts dealer for the sale of legal gun parts. The AG is already being sued for violating First Amendment rights.
Legislatively, the bill would protect Second Amendment rights by refusing to allow any state officers to enforce any Federal laws considered infringements on Second Amendment rights.
Columbus Ohio has filed a lawsuit claiming they have the right to make laws that regulate the ownership and possession of firearms. The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled against this in the past.
The government of Alaska is investigating Marti Buscaglia, head of the Alaskan Human Rights Commission, for the apparent chilling of First and Second Amendment rights.
A look at the big picture shows that Second Amendment supporters have been winning the arguments.
New Mexico Republicans are leading the movement to annul the anti-Second Amendment law recently passed by the New Mexico legislature.
Well-funded Northwest anti-gunners have demonstrated that the new way to press their agenda is via public vote, although rights should never be up to a public vote, as Ayn Rand has explained.
Why did we have to come that close to seeing the tools of eventual confiscation happen in 1968? We must go to the 1964 election, and the cautionary tale of Barry Goldwater for the answers.
On March 11, 2019, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed SB150, restoring Constitutional Carry to Kentucky, after 169 years.
The big problem for Second Amendment supporters is to decide when to take the step of defying legislative laws that are in clear contradiction to the Second Amendment is warranted.
Nearly two-thirds of New Mexico counties are passing Second Amendment Sanctuary resolutions against the latest gun control law for the state legislature.
Much of the focus on Second Amendment issues tends to be at the federal level, but the 50 states (and DC) are also important.
The Supreme Court has shown some interest in a New Jersey Second Amendment case about bearing arms outside the home. In a month, we will know more.
GunFreedomRadio EP147 A Double Tap of 2019 SHOT Show, Zeke Stout, Joe Towers, Austin Roberts, Rob Pincus, Kevin Dixie, Lara Smith, Mark Hanish, Trey Miller, Michael Sodini
Kevin Dixie is the owner of No Other Choice Firearms Training. When I was asked to sit down and speak with KD, I jump at the opportunity to ask him questions about his new pistol, the “Truth”.
Let’s start with the first lie that no one wants to abolish the Second Amendment.
The first Second Amendment case involving firearms, in eight years, has been accepted by the Supreme Court. The earliest oral arguments will be heard is in October of 2019.
An inventory of the items seized at the Houston no-knock raid that resulted in a gunfight killing a married couple and wounding four police officers, has been released. It does not include a handgun.
When will the Supreme Court hear oral arguments for the New York Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New York? In April or October of 2019.