Georgia is joining the ranks of states standing up for the right of the people to keep and bear arms as protected by the Second Amendment.
In a move that surprised nearly everyone who knows him, California State Senator Leland Yee was arrested by the FBI on March 26 on felony charges ranging from gun trafficking to soliciting illegal campaign contributions in exchange for political favors.
From the ashes of Kiev has come one key lesson that history teaches over and over: Repressive governments fear citizens with guns.
On Wednesday, March 19, Idaho Governor Butch Otter signed a powerful protection against the federal gun grab into law in the Gem State.
A former U.S. Marine and the owner of Ares Armor in Oceanside, California, stood up for the Second Amendment and privacy rights, but found out the hard way the extent to which government will go to impose its will.
How would you feel if a police officer you knew for 20 years told you that if an order were issued to confiscate your guns, he wouldn’t hesitate to “kick your door in”? This was the precisely the experience Connecticut resident, Navy veteran, and former firefighter John Cinque had after commenting on his state’s 2013 violation of the Second Amendment.
Idaho may soon become the latest state to stand up to the Obama administration’s attempt to infringe on the right to keep and bear arms.
The Kentucky state House of Representatives is considering a bill that would thwart the federal gun grab.
A committee of the Missouri House of Representatives approved a state senate bill that would nullify the federal government's attempt to infringe on the right to keep and bear arms.
The latest blatant attack on the Second Amendment may be viewed as a last gasp of a fading effort to turn Illinois into a "gun free" zone.