After Obama-backed legislation imposing more infringements on the right to keep and bear arms suffered a crushing defeat in the U.S. Senate, the president and anti-Second Amendment lawmakers are quietly working to revive the controversial push for gun control.
The Homeland Security Department's lack of forthrightness in explaining its supposed need for hundreds of millions of rounds of ammunition was exposed at a hearing Thursday in Washington.
The Missouri state House of Representatives passed the Second Amendment Preservation Act, a bill nullifying any attempts by the federal government to infringe on citizens' right to keep and bear arms.
Congratulations, patriots! Thanks to your unremitting pressure on the politicians in Washington, every single assault on our 2nd Amendment rights went down to defeat in the Senate this week.
In contrast to Obama's insistence that 90 percent of Americans back his aggressive gun control plan, a recent AP poll indicates that over 50 percent of Americans disapprove.
The failure of the so-called Toomey-Manchin compromise amendment to Senate Bill 649 not only ended that bill's chances for passage but any chance for any other gun control measure to pass the 113th Congress.
A prominent military blogger and self-described constitutionalist is the focus of the latest outlandish efforts by local law-enforcement agencies to impose their own brand of gun control on citizenry.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed a very watered-down state act aimed at protecting the right of citizens to keep and bear arms.
Demagogues offend us because they try to bypass our rational faculty with appeals to gut emotion. That pretty well sums up what gun controllers have done since the Newtown tragedy.
Second Amendment advocates charge that the efforts by law enforcement to confiscate guns from New York citizens is part of a larger federal gun control plot.