In his new memoir, former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens writes Heller was ‘the most clearly incorrect decision that the Court announced during my tenure on the bench.’
The fact the client owned a gun and had firearm permits was enough to label him as reasonably certain to cause death or serious bodily harm and report him to the police.
These military officers claim the moral high ground in the gun debate. Their service is admirable, but they hardly speak for all of us.
House Democrats are set to pass a bill requiring so-called ‘universal background checks’ at the federal level, which would effectively outlaw private sales throughout the country.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s inability to practice his Second Amendment rights was just another episode in a long history of attacks on African Americans.
SCOTUS hasn’t taken up a gun rights case in nearly a decade. Now they’ll consider which protections extend to people transporting guns outside their homes.
No one should be naïve enough to fall for Democrats’ pretenses that these bills are aimed at reducing crime.
Second to the muskets used in our revolutionary and civil wars, the AR-15 may be the most important firearm in American political history.
President Trump is betraying his promise to protect our Second Amendment rights (and for no meaningful public safety benefit).
A 74-year-old woman was sleeping near her newly-acquired handgun when she heard a burglar breaking into her home in the middle of the night.
Justice John Paul Stevens says Heller was the worst decision during his tenure on the Supreme Court.That tells us plenty about his legacy.
Knowing that Americans do not want to give up their right to keep and bear arms, many gun control supporters peddle a soothing lie wrapped in panic.
‘I do not believe like weapons of mass destruction like the AR-15 belong in civilian hands.’
You can oppose the Second Amendment and guns if you like, but you can’t rewrite history to comport with your political positions.
Liberal feminists support anti-predator laws and seek to limit, if not eradicate the right of everyone, women included, to bear arms. Not Jamie Lee Curtis.
Laurie Strode and her daughter are empowered in the face of a mass murderer, thanks to a personal stash of weapons.
The ballot box, not the Supreme Court, is where the fight for the right to keep and bear arms will be won or lost.
D.C. and New York impose high costs to own arms and ammunition, California requires technology that is expensive at best and nonexistent at worst, and ammunition taxes nakedly drive up costs.
Comparing age-adjusted gun death rates to the 2016 presidential election results demonstrates polar differences between homicide and suicide, and the available political gain to exploit.
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