The House Committee on Veterans' Affairs is investigating whether psychiatric medications such as Trazodone played a role in last week's mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, where former reservist-turned-military contractor Aaron Alexis killed 12 people and injured three.
The Missouri state senate came up one vote short of overriding the governor's veto of the Second Amendment Preservation Act.
In Tuesday's recall election in Colorado, grasssroots political action by enraged gun owners overcame an 11-1 spending disadvantage to oust two state senators who had voted for strict gun control legislation: state Senate President John Morse and Angela Giron from Pueblo.
Gun owners and other advocates of the right to keep and bear arms are being summoned to a demonstration to be held September 11 on the steps of the Missouri state capitol in Jefferson City. The gathering is described as a “veto override rally” aimed at encouraging Missouri state legislators to support the state’s Second Amendment Preservation Act.
The United Nations demanded on September 3 that the Obama administration “nullify” Florida’s popular “stand your ground” law.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo reports on the efforts of more than 50 sheriffs to oppose the recently enacted gun control laws in Colorado.
Despite fresh evidence that gun control does not reduce violent crime, President Obama just issued two more anti-gun executive orders.
In an effort to reignite the gun-control debate, two Democratic lawmakers are proposing massive tax hikes on handguns and ammunition, while linking the revenues with programs to prevent gun violence.
Representatives of 33 religious and civil rights groups sent a letter to the president urging him to sign the UN's Arms Trade Treaty.
RFID technology has advanced to the point where a chip, installed in the grip of a handgun, will allow the government to render the gun useless instantly.