Gun-Control Narrative

Busting the Gun-Control Narrative

Sen. Durbin tried to shut down an expert witness because he didn't want people to hear the truth about what has pushed crime rates up. Here's what happened.

Illinois County’s Anti-Second Amendment Taxes Ruled Unconstitutional

In a victory for the Second Amendment and the citizens of Illinois, the state’s Supreme Court unanimously ruled that two taxes Cook County had devised are unconstitutional.

Will Another Second Amendment Case Be Heard By the U.S. Supreme Court Soon?

Many are asking: Now what for the U.S. Supreme Court and the Second Amendment?

More Professionals and Women Contribute to Rising Demand for Gun Permits in Chicago

The Windy City is seeing an increase in FOID applications among different populations.

Gun Control Twist: Saving One Life “Does Not Justify” Right to Carry

Gun control advocates often say if their proposals save one life, it justifies them. So why doesn't saving one life matter when a citizen with a gun saves a life?

Choosing Freedom, Not Fear

Black women in Chicago are getting carry licenses to defend themselves in a violence-plagued city.

Cook County Sheriff Wants Scrutiny Of Bail-Posting Gun Offenders

Sheriff Tom Dart of Cook County, Ill., (the jurisdiction that includes Chicago) is frustrated at the number of violent offenders who are caught illegally using firearms and quickly released. In order to do what he can to keep the worst bad guys off the streets, Dart will have his office begin notifying local police when suspects are released after paying high-dollar bails.

Chicago: Shoplifters Spend More Time Behind Bars Than Gun Offenders

At a conference hosted by the City Club of Chicago on Tuesday, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson and Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart addressed the high level of violence in the Windy City.

Donald Trump’s Victory: A Must For Our Nation

Wayne LaPierre stresses the need for active prosecution of existing federal firearms laws.

Chicago State’s Attorney Effectively Admits Chicago’s Gun Laws Are “A Joke”

Cook County, Ill., State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez wrote an opinion piece in the Chicago Tribune Friday warning that “the most menacing felony offenders who are shooting up the streets of Chicago killing innocent men, women and children are spending fewer and fewer days behind bars for their violent and repeat felony gun offenses.”

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