Would Greg Abbott maintain his strong stance against federal overreach if he is elected governor of Texas?
Silently but steadily, the Obama administration and its congressional allies are moving toward enforcement of the tenets of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty (ATT).
The U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to hear the appeal of a New Jersey gun owner in Drake v. Jerejian, means the state may continue to deny most residents permits to carry a handgun outside their homes.
The Missouri State Senate passed a gun rights protection bill already passed by the state House of Representatives.
On Friday, the Supreme Court will consider, for the third time, whether or not to review a case concerning the right to carry firearms outside the home.
Once again, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has demonstrated his resolve to protect the right to keep and bear arms from infringement by government at any level.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday a bill the National Rifle Association has called "the most comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation introduced in recent history" and critics have labeled the "'guns everywhere' bill."
The Missouri legislature’s progress on protecting the right of its citizens to keep and bear arms has hit a roadblock.
April 15 was the deadline for residents of New York to register “assault weapons” that they owned before the passage of the state’s SAFE Act gun control law.
Two separate bills are working their way through the two houses of the Missouri state legislature, both of which are aimed at protecting citizens of the Show Me State from the impending federal gun grab.