A ban won’t stop mass shootings, but it will hinder self-defense.
The president is picking fights with much of the population and further dividing the country.
Plus: GOP gender policing in North Carolina, marijuana legalization mistakes, and more...
“It is not the role of the executive—particularly the unelected administrative state—to dictate” the terms of criminal law, said the 6th Circuit.
Thirteen years after Heller, it's time for the Supreme Court to settle whether the Second Amendment applies outside the home.
Tech companies should have the same freedom to choose their customers.
New gun owners are unlikely to embrace disarmament schemes from a government they distrust.
Heckler's Veto: $1.5 Million Nuisance Verdict Against Abortion Clinic, Chiefly Based on Actions of Protesters and Arsonists
The same logic could apply when churches, synagogues, mosques, bookstores, gun stores, fur stores, and similar places are targeted by their enemies. We've filed an amicus brief before the Georgia Court of Appeals, in support of getting the verdict reversed.
"We certainly would not fault a trial judge's desire to ensure public safety. But judicial concern, understandable as it may be, does not confer judicial power."
Is this the Supreme Court’s next big gun rights case?
Court Strikes Down California Limits on Personalized License Plates "Offensive to Good Taste and Decency"
With talk of QUEER, 69, AF, OG, "guns, weaponry, shooting, or an instrument normally used to inflict harm," and more.
Apple's Chief Security Officer + Santa Clara County Sheriff's Officials Indicted for Concealed Carry License Bribery
California is one of nine states that leaves law enforcement with broad discretion to decide whether to grant a license.
"The state may restrict a convicted felon's right ... to possess a firearm," so a state may order a civil case defendant to stop saying things online about plaintiff that "severe[ly] emotional distress" that plaintiff.
"Barrett says she owns a gun, but could fairly judge a case on gun rights" -- why the "but"?
Millions of new firearm owners who have lost faith in cops and government will be a tough audience for shopworn gun control schemes.
The lawsuit accuses the group's leaders of fraudulently diverted millions of dollars to prop up their luxury lifestyles.
Could such "gun violence restraining orders" likewise be used against people who talk about violence and a "pig problem" or "fascist problem" as opposed to "n■■■, k■■■, and h■■■ problem" (expurgation in news video)?
The NYPD is still blaming jail releases, but the data simply doesn’t back that claim up.
Plus: More (bad, weird, and occasionally good) new state laws that start taking effect today.
A Second Amendment hypocrite with a plan to undermine federalism
Clarence Thomas Upbraids SCOTUS for 'Prolonging Our Decade-Long Failure to Protect the Second Amendment'
"The fundamental protections set forth in our Constitution," Thomas writes, should be "applied equally to all citizens."