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Applications for Suppressors Have Gone Digital

This should be old news, but government agencies don't always keep up with the times. Still, this is a big deal as people have been waiting up to a year and more just to get approval to reduce a gun's noise level.

A Telling Gun-Control Debate on a College Campus

A small group of Michigan students are urging their college to ignore existing law and ban guns, even on the surrounding public roads.

America Needs More Of This

Here’s living proof that inner-city residents also need and want their good, old-fashioned American freedom.

Has the ATF Finally Done Something About Wait Times for Suppressors?

If you’re looking to buy a suppressor or a short-barreled rifle, there’s good news.

Researcher Admits Massachusetts’ Severe Gun-Control Laws Aren’t Stopping Crimes

How much does crime go down when the avid gun-control crowd gets what they want?

How to Secure America’s Houses of Worship

Houses of worship strive to be open and inviting; they are places of refuge for the vulnerable and needy; their doors are often left unlocked; strangers are welcome. So, then, how do we protect their congregations?

Los Angeles’ Left Turns to the Second Amendment Amid Rising Crime

Crime is so bad in Los Angeles that even those on the political Left are buying guns.

This Group Wants the Feds to Ban Campus Carry

The Center for American Progress, an anti-gun thinktank opposed to self-defense on campus, now says it has a new way to stop the spread of freedom: send in the feds.

Proof That Inner-City Residents Also Want and Need Their Freedom

Last month, a thousand women from the Detroit metro area filed through local gun ranges to receive a free hands-on shooting lesson.

Targeting the Real Problem

As President Joe Biden blames law-abiding gun owners for the actions of criminals, Detroit tries a different approach.

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