San Francisco writer Guy Smith finds little evidence that the availability of firearms explains differences in suicide and homicide rates.
"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."
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.
The likely unintentional result if the City of Los Angeles implements its plans to reduce the proposed police department budget (now $1.8B) by $100-150M.
It depends, whether as to looting or other threats to property.
"The people of Polk County like guns, they have guns."
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.
So holds a federal district court.
The court was applying a specific Virginia statute that limited the Governor's emergency powers as to guns.
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.
An interesting, though inconclusive, case involving preppers.
though subject to stringent rules aimed at preventing coronavirus spread.