Law student and former Miss Ohio Madison Gesiotto joins Colion Noir to discuss campus carry in the wake of the Ohio State University terror attack.
The University of North Texas was investigating an anonymous threat and, though the student presented a case that he was elsewhere, booted him out of school.
After more than four decades of not being able to carry, law enforcement officers at the Kearney, Neb., campus can strap on sidearms.
Washington State University Students Don’t Have a Legal Place on Campus to Store Guns thanks to New Law
New gun laws require campus police to conduct 3- to 5-day background checks each time students want to retrieve their legal firearms.
This instructor so fears guns that he refuses to hold office hours on campus.
When Kansas passed a law recognizing lawful concealed carry on college campuses, anti-gun faculty predictably cried foul. One professor, Kevin Willmott, even made a show of wearing a bulletproof vest to class.
Anti-gun elites got it wrong—again—after the Ohio State attacks. But the people might make it right.