After I thought about it, I realized the question of whether reducing guns in a society will lead to fewer murders is a testable hypothesis.
An attorney and former sniper team leader for the U.S. Army explains why 10 of the most common gun control arguments don’t make sense.
As Loesch and her security detail walked toward the stage, audience members shouted at her phrases like, ‘murderer,’ ‘child killer,’ and ‘burn her.’
Our job as adults is to help and protect kids who survive school shootings, not ask them to lead us at their own peril.
Cam Edwards, host on NRATV, joins Federalist Radio to discuss gun laws, gun safety, training, and other second amendment issues.
The Supreme Court has been gun-shy for the past few years, but Silvester v. Becerra may finally help move the courts toward competent Second Amendment decisions.
Unlike proposals from the Left that would not have prevented recent shootings, each of these reforms would actually make a meaningful difference.
When the Supreme Court meets today to discuss pending petitions for review, the justices’ conference calendar will include a pivotal Second Amendment case.
Generally, if one is seeking a legislative change, one tends to have an idea of what that change would actually be. Not U.S. gun controllers.
I started off this process thinking, as do many of my political coreligionists, that reducing gun violence is simply a matter of will, and of overcoming the National Rifle Association.
On this episode of Federalist Radio, Ramesh Ponnuru discusses the challenges of having effective policy conversations.
If any area of the country should expand gun laws, it’s Washington DC, where power is centralized, crime is rampant, and more guns will save lives.
A CNN media reporter accused the Drudge Report of not caring about facts, then refused to correct inaccurate CNN reporting on guns.
In its first editorial following Wednesday’s attempted massacre of Republican lawmakers, the New York Times editorial board decided to peddle blatant lies about the nation’s gun laws.
In its latest explainer about the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, CNN displays complete ignorance of how gun laws actually work.
The black man shot and killed by a black police officer in Charlotte, N.C., was a felon who had gone to prison for seven years, making it illegal for him to possess a firearm.
Gun controllers are implicitly asking Ohio Gov. John Kasich to write a new law and impose it by decree.
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