Biden’s tense and bizarre exchange with a Detroit auto plant worker during a campaign stop yesterday went viral, and the media responses to it were telling.
Heller preemptively rejected the First Circuit’s notion that the right to keep and bear arms should be balanced against government’s claimed interest in banning guns and magazines.
The habitually dishonest Bill Clinton is mischaracterizing his ‘ban’ to help Democrats impose one with far more severe consequences.
On Thursday, a federal district court judge upheld Massachusetts’ ‘assault-weapon’ ban.
How many Supreme Court justices have to publicly support repeal of the Second Amendment for gun owners to take them seriously without ridicule?
When the Supreme Court meets today to discuss pending petitions for review, the justices’ conference calendar will include a pivotal Second Amendment case.
The Fourth Circuit’s wild departure in Kolbe may be what finally forces the Supreme Court to rule on state ‘assault weapon’ regulations once and for all.
A new poll from Gallup shows that support for the so-called assault weapons ban just hit a record low of 36 percent. Sixty-one percent of adults oppose it.
In 2014, you were nearly three times more likely to be murdered by fists or feet than by a rifle, and six times more likely to be killed with a knife.
A new poll concludes that most Americans oppose a ban on assault weapons. Interestingly, most Americans don’t think the government can stop terrorism.
The New York Times editorial board has absolutely no clue which guns were covered by the 1994 assault weapons ban. But it decided to attack this gun anyway.
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