Published on August 22, 2017 | By
Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer asked the Virginia Legislature on Friday for permission to suspend his constituent’s Second Amendment rights.
Florida Sheriff: Exercise Your Second Amendment Rights and Be Prepared
Published on June 13, 2017 | By
In response to last week’s workplace shooting in Orlando and the London terrorist attack, one Florida sheriff defies political correctness and urges citizens to exercise their second amendment rights.
North Dakota Case Gives Gun Control Advocates Something to Fear
Published on May 23, 2017 | By
A relatively insignificant disorderly conduct case in North Dakota has the potential to create big headaches for gun control advocates across the country.
The First Shot: NRA Files Landmark Second Amendment Lawsuit in California
Published on April 26, 2017 | By
The NRA filed a landmark lawsuit with a Santa Ana federal court on Monday, challenging numerous anti-gun measures signed into law last year by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Bloomberg Pledges $25 Million to Stop Gun Owners From Traveling
Published on April 12, 2017 | By
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg announced plans this week to spend $25 million to fight the National Reciprocity Act.
Good ‘Ol Boys Arm Up: South Carolina House Approves Open Carry Bill
Published on April 6, 2017 | By
The South Carolina House of Representatives approved a bill on Thursday allowing residents to “open carry” a gun without a permit
Utah Lowers Concealed Carry Age to 18 Following Rape on College Campus
Published on March 27, 2017 | By
Following the broad daylight on-campus rape last year of a Utah college student, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed a bill on Thursday lowering the concealed carry age in the State of Utah to 18.
Arkansas Governor Considers Concealed-Carry Bill for College Students
Published on March 16, 2017 | By
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson considers concealed-carry bill to permit college students to carry concealed weapons onto college campuses.
Wisconsin Supreme Court: Bus Passengers May Carry Concealed Weapons
Published on March 7, 2017 | By
Wisconsin’s Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that passengers on Madison city buses may now carry concealed weapons. Ruling met with praise by local gun rights group The ruling was met with praise by local gun rights group Wisconsin Carry, who had argued that cities should not be allowed to defy the state’s concealed-carry laws. Wisconsin Gov.