Small Numbers Of Criminals Cause Big Problems For Public Safety
The data shows that the bulk of violent crimes in major cities are perpetrated by small numbers of known criminals. Rather that subjecting those criminals to vigorous prosecution, soft-on-crime prosecutors and politicians would rather blame law-abiding gun owners.
Law-Abiding Gun Owners Scapegoated Over Violent Crime Issues
A newly released study clearly shows that a much more-effective approach is to get the bad guys off the streets.
University Removes Phrase “Come and Take It”
This historic rallying cry will soon be history at one university in Texas—yes, Texas, of all places.
The Truth About Campus Carry
Why Should Adults on College Campuses Be Left Defenseless?
What Can We Do About the Mental-Health Component?
When two mass murderers struck in early August, taking at least 31 lives, many in the mainstream media blamed guns and your freedom for the carnage, not “mentally ill monsters,” as President Donald J. Trump called them.
Campus Carry Laws Stand up to Challenges
College professors in Texas and Georgia have lost the latest round of their court battles in which they sought to deprive law-abiding students of their right to carry.
University Of North Texas Police Offer Calm Take On Campus Carry
The passage of campus carry in Texas has led to plenty of hysteria at places like the University of Texas at Austin. But up in Denton, police for the University of North Texas (UNT) don’t think it has changed campus life.
Texas Profs File Appeal In Campus Carry Case
Fresh off a resounding defeat in court, several anti-gun University of Texas professors have filed an appeal in a case to block a year-old campus carry law in the Lone Star State.
In Resisting Campus Carry, Professors Grow Desperate
As campus carry successfully comes to more states, the arguments against it made by anti-gun professors grow weaker and weaker.
Texas Professors Lose Bid To Stop Campus Carry
It’s back to the books for three professors at the University of Texas in Austin after a federal judge tossed out their lawsuit seeking to overturn campus carry. District Judge Lee Yeakel opined that Mia Carter, Lynn Glass and Lisa Moore presented “no concrete evidence to substantiate their fears” and dismissed the case.