There’s a big gap between what the progressive elite preaches as their “transformative vision of public safety” for you and me, and what many of them see as appropriate for their special selves.
Numerous surveys indicate crime remains one of the top issues for voters as the country approaches the midterm elections. A closely related concern is soft-on-crime policies, with large percentages of respondents agreeing that such policies do nothing to improve public safety.
As we near a midterm election on November 8, a lot of anti-Second Amendment politicians have been blaming guns in general, or our Second Amendment rights in particular, for recent rises in violent-crime rates.
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.
Last week, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito told a group of attorneys that individual rights were at increased risk of government encroachment—including the right to keep and bear arms.