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.’
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.
The Supreme Court effectively repealed the Second Amendment in District of Columbia v. Heller by restricting the amendment to common arms.
How many Supreme Court justices have to publicly support repeal of the Second Amendment for gun owners to take them seriously without ridicule?
A federal appeals court just ruled that residents of the nation’s capitol may carry their guns in public, delivering a major victory for a gay-friendly shooting club.
The Supreme Court’s Heller decision was about whether a 66-year-old D.C. police officer had the right to keep a firearm at home for self-defense. It wasn’t about toddlers. Sorry, Hillary.
In the wake of the Orlando terrorist attack, gay activists are speaking out about why gun control prevents gay people from being able to protect themselves.
A federal judge ordered Washington DC police to stop requiring residents to prove they have a ‘good reason’ to be issued a concealed carry permit.
We live in a world where perception is reality and confirmation biases run wild.
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