As President Joe Biden continues his near-daily call for a ban on semi-automatic firearms, new research shows that he is quickly losing public support for his scheme.
Just before the midterm election, the White House is saying that the president will “do everything in his power” to bring his gun-control agenda to fruition.
The old saying, "as goes California, so goes the nation," might not be as true as it used to be, but it is important for even non-Californians to understand what politicians have done in our most-populous sate, as some legislators would like to spread these gun-control laws across the country.
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.
The proposed legislation didn’t work 30 years ago and, if history is any indicator, it wouldn’t this time.
The Associated Press Stylebook—what many journalists think of as the dictionary of proper journalistic writing technique—issued updated guidance for reporting about firearms.
We have reached what should prove to be an infamous moment. The 2020 Democrat Party presidential ticket will be the first in American history to feature a candidate who openly supports the confiscation of firearms from law-abiding citizens.