U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry assures us that the UN Arms Trade Treaty will not diminish anyone’s freedom. But is that is the case, why does the treaty say otherwise?
Obama-backed Mexican troops fired this week on civilians trying to keep guns to rein in the ruthless cartels.
President Obama is pushing the UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). Fifty-three senators say they oppose it, but we can be sure some of them will flip unless they receive constant, overwhelming public pressure to hold fast.
Across America, guns are still flying off the shelves, with sales numbers continually smashing previous records set over the last decade as Americans load up on firearms of all varieties in never-before seen quantities. From Colorado and Connecticut to Ohio, Virginia, and Alabama — and everywhere in between — gun sales are exploding.
In a new executive action, President Obama has issued directives severely infringing on the right to keep and bear arms.
An Obama-appointed federal judge ruled Monday that Chicago's ban on almost all sales and transfers of firearms is unconstitutional.
At last, a "street-level" cop with good sense shows up in Detroit, where crime statistics are dropping, right on cue.
Gun accessories company Magpul Industries is to be congratulated for keeping its promise to move out of Colorado in response to the state's new anti-gun laws. Choosing principle over pragmatism is a welcome rarity these days.
An amendment to the FY 2014 NDAA introduced by Rep. Mike Kelly prohibits State Department funding of the UN Arms Trade Treaty for one year.
Residents in Connecticut were confronted with the reality that their constitutionally protected rights are not inalienable as they stood in long lines to register their firearms. The registration is mandated by the state’s new gun law set to go into effect on January 1, 2014.