After barely more than a year on the job, Detroit’s new chief of police, James Craig, reported significant gains in his war against serious crime.
Operation Choke Point, the use of government agencies to cut off banking services to industries the Obama administration doesn't like, is coming under fire from Congress and others.
Earlier in 2014, the Kansas state legislature enacted a law stating that some federal gun control regulations would not be obeyed in Kansas.
The people of the state of Kansas are under attack and the weapon being deployed is aimed at depriving them of their right to keep and bear arms, and their right to enact state laws protecting that right.
As the number of Americans with concealed carry permits has increased, a new study reveals that during the same time period, the percentage of violent crimes has decreased.
As the 2014 midterm elections approach, the gun control group Everytown for Gun Safety, founded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, will be surveying all House and Senate candidates on Second Amendment issues in order to determine which ones to support.
At a disarmament meeting, the United Nations assured Americans that the Arms Trade Treaty would have no effect on the Second Amendment. But the treaty language belies the UN's assurance.
Google has announced that, starting in September, it will ban advertising of firearms, ammunition, and gun paraphernalia. The reason? The company says it doesn't "allow the promotion of some products or services that cause damage, harm, or injury.”
The new Georgia gun rights law is having a happy consequence: As Second Amendment rights are being expanded, so are those guaranteed by the First.