AWR Hawkins explains how so-called “universal” background checks are just a step toward a gun registry and, ultimately, confiscation.
Background checks for 2019 exceeded all other years on record.
FBI data released this week showing that February was the third-biggest month ever for gun background checks under the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).
Speaking of background checks, while anti-gun politicians like to claim (erroneously) that 90 percent of Americans support expanded, even “universal” background checks, a recent online poll conducted by CNN suggest otherwise.
At Thursday’s GOP debates held in North Charleston, S.C., moderator Trish Regan referred to the frequent claim by anti-gunners that most Americans support “universal” background checks.
This week we saw 24 U.S. Senate Democrats ask Barack Obama to issue an executive order expanding background checks to cover some private gun sales.
The number of FBI background checks for firearms rose in May for the second straight month.
The more people learn about “universal” background checks, the less they like them.