Here’s a brief look at five things in the ban on so-called "assault weapons" that you might not have been aware were included in the legislation.
While some good things were heard, there was also a lot of bad.
The proposed legislation didn’t work 30 years ago and, if history is any indicator, it wouldn’t this time.
The hearing was nothing more than an attempt to malign a law-abiding industry.
The Associated Press Stylebook—what many journalists think of as the dictionary of proper journalistic writing technique—issued updated guidance for reporting about firearms.
Amid the continuing misguided cry to “just do something” congressman apparently believes the key to stopping such violence is hitting law-abiding gun purchasers squarely in the pocketbook.
The Biden administration's focus on so-called "assault weapons" is entirely misguided.
Biden's failure in Afghanistan has given the Taliban a vast arsenal of U.S. arms, equipment and more, but he still thinks Americans can't be trusted with the most-popular rifles and pistols sold in the U.S. today.