The Federal Behemoth and Your Rights
When dealing with the federal government, experience doesn’t just add nuance to an understanding of the system. Often, interactions with the federal bureaucracy harden earned cynicism.
Can The Government Unmask Gun Owners?
Frank Miniter explores how a recent court ruling could endanger gun owner privacy under an anti-Second Amendment administration.
Only Gun Honesty Will Cure Chicagoland
Frank Miniter explores Chicago’s burgeoning murder rate and what city leaders are not doing to stop it.
The ATF’S Conundrum
The ATF has a troubled history, but its agents also do important work. It's time we acknowledge this and so keep them out of politics.
Why These Senators Want John Lott Fired, Now
The intent of this is clear: They want to know how easy it will be to fire him, so they can thereby protect money going to anti-Second Amendment research, if Joe Biden is sworn in as president on January 20.
Virginia Attorney General Rejects School District’s Proposal to Arm Teachers
Lee County, Virginia was attempting to arm school staff to improve security.
Federal Gun Prosecutions Rise 60 Percent in Ohio
Thirteen indictments have been announced for federal gun crimes
Is Obama’s DOJ Too Political To Tackle Chicago’s Murder Problem?
Frank Miniter looks at Chicago’s murder rate in contrast to federal prosecution of violent criminals.
Where Criminals Get Their Guns
A new survey showing where criminals get their guns proves why gun control legislation is so ineffective at reducing crime. The frustrating thing is, anti-gun lawmakers know the truth, yet continue to push their agenda to control America’s law-abiding gun owners.
Gun Registration Poses Dangers, Old And New
Firearms registries have long been associated with the overreaching abuse of government power and the desire by some anti-gun officials to then confiscate registered firearms. This isn't a cycle we want to play out in America.