The Real Masterminds of the Crime Wave
Under the guise of ensuring that the rights of defendants are upheld, states like New York have stacked the deck in such a way as to make the prosecution's job presumptively impossible. The results of this change have been predictable and disastrous.
Shooting Straight with Sheriff Richard Giardino
Given Sheriff Richard Giardino's legal experience, he is an important person to speak to about this troubling series of events in New York under Gov. Kathy Hochul.
Judge Strikes Down New York “Red-Flag” Law
Pro-freedom advocates in the Empire State received some good news recently.
Top Second Amendment Stories of 2022
Another year has come and gone, and with it so did many important battles in the ongoing fight to defend our Second Amendment rights.
New York Can’t Get Away With This
When the U.S. Supreme Court tossed out New York state's "good cause" requirement, the state responded with a "good moral character" requirement that is, perhaps, even worse.
The Midterm Election and Second Amendment Freedom
Let’s take a look at what the midterm elections wrought and, therefore, what Biden might be able to do in the last two years of his term.
The Legal Battles Over “Gun-Free Zones”
We are supposed to believe that criminals will obey the "gun-free zone" signs.
The Races That Will Decide Our Freedom
Whether a majority of pro-freedom candidates win in this midterm election will depend on how the individual races highlighted here turn out. That being said, every local, state and congressional race matters.
Credit Card Companies Will Now Watch Gun Sales
The gun-control movement, with the help of an international organization that develops standards in a number of fields, appears to have found a way to try to pressure credit-card companies to peer into gun owners’ transactions and lives.