Firearms Cause for Discrimination?
At the University of Utah, one instructor wanted to create a “Second Amendment zone,” a 3-foot-by-3-foot area where law-abiding gun owners who choose to carry can sit.
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 Kansas Crime Drops With Campus Carry
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.
Georgetown Students Call for Arming Campus Police
The school administration has been called to ensure student safety on campus.
Georgia Tech Students Learn Defensive Shooting Tactics
Amid a spike in crime in the off-campus areas around Georgia Tech, a student shooting club is teaching other students how to use guns for self-defense.
Campus Carry: Nearly 15 Years With Zero Crimes By Concealed Carriers
Frequent contributor AWR Hawkins explores the phenomenal success and safety of the campus-carry movement.
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.
Cedarville University: Campus Carry Charges On
Administrators at Cedarville University in Ohio become the first in the state to allow law-abiding carry permit holders to carry their self-defense firearms on campus.
Georgia: Antis Come Unhinged Over Armed Tailgating
Editor Mark Chesnut puts to rest some misconceptions Georgia anti-gunners have over concealed carry at tailgate parties.
Campus Carry: The New York Times Wants To Draw The Line On Your Rights
Frequent contributor AWR Hawkins looks at The New York Times editorial board’s odd proclamation that recognition of a constitutional right “despoils” American universities.