After eight years of seeing Governor Haslam’s administration oppose this legislation and many other pro-2nd Amendment bills, it is now beyond dispute that he, well, was not truthful with the voters.
A “red flag law” may just be the newest euphemism for “reasonable gun control”.
The GOP has repeatedly refused to close the primaries in Tennessee. This has repeatedly allowed Democrats, progressives, liberals and communists to vote in Republican primaries and influence those out
If these people want to claim to defend and understand the 2nd Amendment and want our vote then they should be expected to understand it.
Tennessee candidates need to talk to more teachers about whether they are willing to protect themselves, their students and their colleagues.
Leadership Institute has shared with TFA that it is bringing a 2 day youth training course to Tennessee in April…
Bill (SB2528 by Ketron and HB2254 by Sargent) is intended specifically to take rights away from nonviolent felons who have already served their time and completed their punishment. The question is why
Allowing these additional weapons to be used during the muzzle loader season would likely have a minor impact on the number of hunters.
These bills would give teachers and school employees additional options for voluntary firearms training – training which Tennessee’s law enforcement has apparently refused to provide.
There are two bills on notice for next week that are critical to the restoration of 2nd Amendment rights in Tennessee this year.
In past elections, there were people in all demographic, economic, religious, and historical affiliations who could make a case for voting.
The Tennessee General Assembly reconvenes today in Nashville. With it come hordes of lobbyists roaming the halls, looking for gun control.
Since 1995, Tennessee Firearms Association has stood in the gap to defend Tennesseans from the progressive encroachments of anti-2nd Amendment advocates.
A shooting by four security guards illustrates serious problems with the wording of Tennessee’s self-defense – “no retreat” statute.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has issued a new opinion on the issue of when and under what circumstances the statutory “right” of self-defense is available.
The Tennessee House and Senate have announced that handgun permit holders are going to be allowed to carry in the new legislative offices.
Rep. Charles Sargent, a Republican from Tenn. District 61, has announced that he will not seek re-election according to a story in the Williamson Herald.
Nashville Public Radio reports today that Senator Mae Beavers is the only candidate for governor of Tennessee who supports adoption of Constitutional Carry.
The decision of the court of appeals may be challenged by asking the Tennessee Supreme Court to consider the matter.
A small group of Tennessean House legislators killed three specific bills – constitutional carry, permitless open carry, and improved civil immunity.