Regulations might reshape DIY gun products, but they can’t eliminate the demand that created the industry.
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The Supreme Court will hear arguments next term in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Corlett.
If small arms can’t defeat a modern military, why are the people of Myanmar so determined to fight for freedom?
From protests to the coronavirus, it thinks it can protect you from anything.
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.
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“It is not the role of the executive—particularly the unelected administrative state—to dictate” the terms of criminal law, said the 6th Circuit.
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.
Is this the Supreme Court’s next big gun rights case?
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.
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."
This unilateral executive action has been scrutinized by both Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and U.S. District Judge Brantley Starr.
The state boasts of blocking 754 illegal purchases, but it wrongly tagged 101,047 law-abiding people as prohibited. Any of them could have been targeted.
They're using their Second Amendment rights to protect local businesses from riots and looting.
Alberta Cops Handcuffed a Woman in a Star Wars Costume Because Someone Complained About Her Fake Blaster
Considering Stormtroopers aren't known for their aim, the police had nothing to fear.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s unilateral order confirms suspicions that government is always on the verge of abusing its power.
The store owner thought his employee acted in reasonable defense of property and self. The police disagreed.
“The federal government forgot the Tenth Amendment and the structure of the Constitution itself.”
Lawmakers are peddling restrictions on self-defense and other rights to a frightened public.
When it comes to guns, pretty much nothing is legal in New Jersey, according to their police.
"I was, at the time, very scared."
District Attorney Jackie Lacey faces re-election today against a tough field calling for more criminal justice reforms.
Gorsuch Throws Shade at Trump Administration for Rewriting Federal Gun Laws Without Congressional Approval
“Why should courts, charged with the independent and neutral interpretation of the laws Congress has enacted, defer to such bureaucratic pirouetting?”