Charles L. Cotton

President’s Column | Will Civility Ever Return? Is The Rule Of Law Still Alive?

The "leak" of a U.S. Supreme Court opinion and subsequent attempts to threaten the Court's justices are examples of the pitiable state of the rule of law in our country.

Why Mexico is Suing U.S. Firearms Manufacturers

Mexico’s government is arguing that American gun makers are responsible for horrific crimes committed by Mexican drug cartels.

What Can We Do About the Mental-Health Component?

When two mass murderers struck in early August, taking at least 31 lives, many in the mainstream media blamed guns and your freedom for the carnage, not “mentally ill monsters,” as President Donald J. Trump called them.

In Alabama, One in Four People Licensed to Carry Concealed Firearms

New report shows that number of concealed-carry permits continues to rise in the United States.

Canadian Gun Owners Upset Over Move to Track Firearms

The nation’s Liberal government made moves last month to quietly get on board with the U.N.’s Arms Trade Treaty.

Legends | The Perfect Gun For Sailing The High Seas

These historic firearms were rescued from the yacht S.S. United States after it sank at its mooring in 1919.

Into The Breach At Belleau Wood

The United States Marine Corps made June 6 a day to remember 26 years before D-Day.

New Study Shows How Gun Control Has Not Slowed Violence in Mexico

AWR Hawkins looks at how Mexico, where gun laws read like a wish list for American gun-ban advocates, is second in the world when it comes to “armed conflict.”

Fourth Circuit: Carrying A Gun Makes You A Suspect

One court’s assault on the right to carry by declaring all who carry a firearm—legally or not—to be dangerous and, therefore, a suspect.

10 Guns That Escaped A Watery Grave

These antique firearms were recovered from the sunken S.S. United States.

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