How much evidence should be required to suspend people's Second Amendment rights?
The measure, which Congress may be on the verge of enacting, aims to improve enforcement of misguided rules.
I sent a FOIA request to the lab that processes guns seized by police in the nation's capital. Here's what I found out.
Recent events such as the student walkout to promote gun control raise the issue of how much credibility we should give to the political views of the young, and victims of crime. At least as a general rule, there is no reason to give those views any special credence.
"Would that be allowed by the administration?"
He "let the American people down and also the citizens of Florida," according to Sen. Chuck Grassley.
"It's about keeping people safe."
Raising the purchase age for guns won’t stop mass shooters but will hurt law-abiding Americans.
But does it have the legal right to do it?
Sloppy thoughts, sloppy policies.
The foul ups by the Broward County Sheriff's Office don't inspire confidence.
Politicians love to find scapegoats for mass shootings, especially if it lets them exonerate law enforcement and the social welfare state.
Pedantry may be annoying, but sloppy firearms legislation is a lot worse.
This arbitrary category of firearms is not distinguished by rate of fire or muzzle velocity.
Cody Wilson on his war against power, the irreversible course of the 3D-printed gun, and America's Weimar moment
How to make an assault weapon ban look effective: include handgun murders
A look into a more restrictionist future for the Second Amendment.
Australia's lauded 1996 gun buyback also likely had no real effect on its gun death rates.
Trump's embrace of gun control is consistent with his views before he ran for president.
Senators want to use secret, largely unaccountable government watchlists as a justification for denying some citizens’ due process.