Senator Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) gun control bill has drawn the attention of the American Civil Liberties Union.

On Tuesday, April 2, the United States joined with 154 other countries in approving the UN's Arms Trade Treaty, which calls for registration and potentially confiscation of privately owned firearms.

Sleepy little Nelson, Georgia, a bedroom community of 1,314 outside of Atlanta, is gaining a lot of national attention because its town council passed an ordinance on Monday requiring every homeowner to own a gun and the ammunition to feed it.

More aggressive action against the Second Amendment by the liberal Democrats in Congress through proposed mandatory liability insurance for gun owners.

New gun control bills about to be signed into law in Connecticut on Wednesday only put further limits on the legal ownership of firearms and do nothing to limit the ability of deranged killers intent on taking the lives of unarmed innocents.

If guns cost more lives than they save, we can always repeal the Second Amendment. But if guns save more lives than they cost, we need to know that, instead of spending time demonizing the National Rifle Association.

Despite failing to be passed by consensus, the UN Arms Trade Treaty will go the General Assembly for consideration. President Obama has called for its quick adoption by that body.

Montana's Governor Steve Bullock veto of a nullification bill protecting the Second Amendment rights of Montanans from infringement by the federal government goes back to Montana's state representatives and senators.  Will they over-ride the veto?

The White House and its allies are pushing hard to shore up dwindling support of the assault on gun rights.

Just before noon on Wednesday, the final version of the Arms Trade Treaty was presented by conference president Peter Woolcott.

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