“Students’ Bill Of Rights” Pushes For Heavy Gun Control

A planned Student Gun Violence Summit held in Washington, D.C. over the weekend has generated a proposal geared towards extensive gun control ideas. The summit was designed to merge existing plans to reduce gun violence and merge them...

Which Handgun Will Virginia Police Now Carry?

Sig Sauer has won the hearts and minds of yet another law enforcement agency, announcing that the Virginia Division of Capitol Police has selected the Sig P320 as its official duty firearm. Tracing its heritage back to 1618,...

Women Sue Illinois Over Gun Control

Arguing that exposure to gun violence violates civil rights and disabilities law, three Chicago women filed a class action lawsuit against the state of Illinois. The women — Demetria Powell, Tanya Reese, and Tywanna Patrick...

Whats Congress Going To Do With Gun Control

We are two of the struggling survivors of the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival mass murder of 58 people just over a year ago, which left 600 physically shot or injured, and so many...

NJ Refuses To Halt Magazine Ban

A U.S. District Judge last week refused to issue an injunction halting enforcement of New Jersey’s new ban on magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. Enacted in June by Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy after...

Gun Control Groups Fighting To Overturn Open Carry Win?

A coalition of states and anti-gun organizations are working together to have pro-gun victory overturned and retried by the court. In July, a three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit said that Hawaii’s restrictions on the...

California Wants NRA To Stop Selling Insurance

The state legislature has told the NRA to stop selling coverage for legal costs that could arise from legally using a gun. Legislators in the Sunshine State have ordered the National Rifle Association to stop selling...

Man Gets 5 Years For Selling ‘Ghost Gun’

The homebuilder sold eight unregistered short-barreled rifles to an agent he met on the Dark Web in exchange for cryptocurrency. Michael Paul Grisham Smith, 44, of Grass Valley, was sentenced Friday in a Sacramento federal court...

Cincinnati Mayor Condemns Gun Violence

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley condemned the country’s “plague of gun violence” after a deadly downtown shooting left four dead and two wounded Thursday. “Random mass shootings, which plague our country, are not normal and we as...

Kavanaugh Speaks On 2nd Amendment

Senate Judiciary Dems asked tough questions of Judge Kavanaugh during his marathon first round of questioning on Wednesday. Kavanaugh, a U.S. Court of Appeals judge nominated by President Trump to in July replace the open seat on the...