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.
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.
The anti-gun activism machine is getting desperate. Researchers at UC Davis allege in a new paper that “excess” firearm purchases over the last few months may have led a significant increase in “gun violence.”