The Uber taxicab driver charged with killing six and wounding two Saturday night in Kalamazoo was apparently not affected by Michigan’s gun laws.
Frank Miniter asks why Hillary Clinton is calling for laws that are already on the books.
California gun owners continue to fight back against the punitively restrictive package of gun-control laws passed by California’s anti-gun legislators and signed earlier this summer by Gov. Jerry Brown.
An op-ed published at PennLive.com used the tragic death of Justine Diamond, the Australian woman shot by a Minnesota police officer under mysterious circumstances, as the jumping-off point for a meandering attack on U.S. gun laws.
Hillary Clinton criticized “Stand Your Ground” laws, which allow lawful citizens in imminent danger of death or grave bodily harm to meet force with force against criminal attack.
He asks, why do the anti-gunners always rush to come up with more laws, when all it really takes to curtail crime is to enforce existing ones?
The Cartridge Family, a small manufacturer of ammunition in Redding, Calif., has closed down. The owner, Mike Schroeder, informed media that restrictive California gun laws were part of the reason that TCF went out of business.
On Tuesday, a three-judge panel of the D.C. federal Court of Appeals heard challenges to the District’s firearms laws, which place rigid restrictions on concealed-carry permits.
This past fall, gun owners have been given two prime examples of just how important strong firearms preemption laws are to the vibrant exercise of Second Amendment rights.