You would think that if you were frightened by the right to carry a firearm and you wanted to protest against it as a dangerous practice on your college campus, you'd choose to protest in a location that doesn’t allow firearms.
In an all-too-rare move by media nowadays, the Dallas Morning News published an article in which editor Mike Wilson admitted that the paper misled the public by uncritically repeating a false statistic about guns in America.
While gun-ban advocates would have you believe areas with more restrictive gun-control laws are safer than those that allow widespread gun ownership, a top college basketball recruit has chosen where to play based on facts to the contrary.
A Harvard Crimson editorial—which reads more like an article from a 1969 issue of Harvard Lampoon—asserts campus carry is dangerous because college students’ brains aren’t developed and they consume drugs and alcohol.
Professors in Texas attempting to ban firearms in the classroom could be subject to punishment, Attorney General Ken Paxton stated Monday.