Sheriffs’ refusal to enforce unconstitutional federal gun control measures has garnered national media attention.
On the anniversary of the Newtown school shooting, President Obama is making a push for stricter gun control regulation.
Bells ringing over the weekend in memory of Newtown will likely fail to galvanize much anti-gun fervor, at least for the moment.
An exposé by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (still known as ATF) engaged in rogue tactics to go after guns on the street, including exploiting the mentally ill, purchasing weapons at extremely high costs, and allowing minors to smoke marijuana and drink.
On December 3, the House of Representatives passed a bill banning the manufacture, possession, and sale of plastic guns. So overwhelming was the support for the measure that the rules were suspended and it was passed by voice vote.
One of the key ATF whistleblowers who exposed the "Fast and Furious" plot to arm Mexican drug cartels just provided additional insight into the deadly game plan.
In an arbitrary ruling, a U.S. district judge has determined that 54 Colorado county sheriffs have no standing to join a lawsuit stating that two recent state laws violated the Second and 14th Amendments.
Political expediency and pressure from the Democrat party forced Colorado State Senator Evie Hudak to resign rather than face a recall election.
Republican lawmakers formally introduced Articles of Impeachment against Attorney General Eric Holder, who stands accused of multiple high crimes and misdemeanors.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) said that it will be nearly impossible to detect 3-D printed plastic guns using current tracking technology.