New York's governor favors "extreme risk protection orders" that could be obtained by a wide range of people based on little evidence.
The Supreme Court has been almost completely silent on the subject of gun rights, leaving important issues unresolved.
Probably nothing. Which doesn't mean libertarians shouldn't be having a serious conversation after Santa Fe, Parkland, and other tragedies.
The city council's unanimous support for the new ban does not make up for its lack of logic and legality.
More Second Amendment setbacks in the Golden State when the Supreme Court declines to take a case about city zoning
Self-defense rights need to be a cause in themselves, not just a totem of political tribal identity.
Students who support the Second Amendment "feel that they're being misrepresented by the media," says protest organizer Will Riley.
Siwatu-Salama Ra used a legally purchased firearm to protect her family. She was sentenced to 2 years in prison.
Brooklyn Council Member Justin Brannan crows via tweet that "we've successfully chased the @NRA underground in #Brooklyn."
Parkland survivor and pro-gun activist Kyle Kashuv was also punished.
A Nevada school district unlawfully required a student not to wear a gun rights T-shirt, according to a First Amendment lawsuit filed today in federal court.
His obsession with Justice Scalia's aside in
Heller about "weapons...most useful in military service" ignores Scalia writing of weapons "typically possessed by law-abiding citizens for lawful purposes."
A Florida case highlights the due process issues raised by gun violence restraining orders.
The gun control policies student activists favor are just as dubious as the school security measures they mock.
"Let's get the conversation to where people are talking not about limiting gun rights but expanding them."
Stinging insects kill more Americans than mass shooters do.
Youth opinion on firearms is far from monolithic.
"There cannot be two sides," say the adolescent activists, tarring their opponents as NRA puppets.
How much evidence should be required to suspend people's Second Amendment rights?