With the latest edition of the “psychiatric Bible,” the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, claiming that 50 percent of Americans will suffer from mental illness in their lives, and new laws taking guns from those with mental illness, the stage is set for gun confiscation.
The Illinois legislature has passed a bill allowing for concealed carry of a firearm; but will the bill sufficiently uphold the U.S. Constitution to meet the approval of the Court of Appeals?
Fifty years of JBS warnings about the UN are coming true.
Anti-gun lawmakers in Colorado are facing recall bids from angry voters over stringent new state gun laws, with the NRA taking a lead in the efforts.
Even if the Florida jury to be impaneled in the June trial of George Zimmerman believes him innocent in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman is likely to go to jail anyway, in order to keep revolutionaries from burning Sanford to the ground in protest.
The “Fast and Furious” gun-running scandal is back in the news after the Justice Department inspector general criticized a government leak intended to smear a key ATF whistleblower.
Sources inside Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's office indicate that he might allow the Second Amendment Preservation Act passed by the state legislature to become law without his signature.
Connecticut's seven-week-old gun law, passed in response to the massacre at Sandy Hook School in Newtown in December, has been challenged in federal court.
When college students return home, how can parents undo some of the brainwashing that has become so common in what are supposed to be institutions of higher learning?
Chicago's anti-gun laws, though ineffective at stopping murders in that city, have been effective at stopping museums from displaying noteworthy guns from their collections.