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A cautionary tale on concealed carry

Jazz Shaw,  Earlier this week there was a heartbreaking story out of Idaho which should serve as a tragic reminder to gun owners and Second Amendment rights supporters around the nation. At the Walmart in the small town of Hayden, Idaho, a young mother was shopping with her children when her two year old son […] Read More →

Second Amendment Foundation Files Federal Lawsuit Against Washington State’s Gun Control Initiative

Leah Barkoukis,   The Second Amendment Foundation has never been one to let the rights of law-abiding citizens get trampled on without putting up a fight. It should come as no surprise, then, that they’ve taken Washington state’s gun control Initiative 594 to court. Well, parts of it at least. Via SAF: The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a lawsuit […] Read More →

Gun Rights Group Names 2014’s Top 10 ‘Anti-Gunners’

Leah Barkoukis   From being an advocate of the United Nations’ Arms Trade Treaty to pouring money into Washington state’s victorious I-594 gun control campaign, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms has come up with a list of the top 10 ‘anti-gunners’ for 2014. Not surprisingly, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg took the […] Read More →

The Coming Obama End Run for Gun Control

D.W. Wilber,   With just over two years left in the administration of President Barack Obama, and with his promise, some might view it as a threat, to use the powers of his office to make changes he believes are best to move the country towards the vision he and his supporters have for the future […] Read More →

Support for the Second Amendment hits 20-year high

 For some reason, Democrats are gearing up for another gun-control crusade, even though they couldn’t make it work when they controlled the Senate, at a moment of maximum media energy for the gun-control movement.  They seem to think it will put a fresh political wind in their sales, despite the dearth of polling evidence to […] Read More →

Second Amendment Warriors

Leah Barkoukis,  “In light of Heller, McDonald and their progeny,” Judge Frederick Scullin Jr. wrote in his Palmer v. District of Columbia ruling this summer, “there is no longer any basis on which this Court can conclude that the District of Columbia’s total ban on the public carrying of ready-to-use handguns outside the home is […] Read More →

Is concealed carry a privilege or a right?

Steven Greenhut,   SACRAMENTO — The federal courts would never uphold a law requiring people to show “good cause” before they could speak in public or march in a parade. It would be a violation of our First Amendment rights. Yet an ongoing court battle examines whether similar rules regarding the carrying of firearms is an equally […] Read More →

Ben Carson tries to get right on gun rights

If we had any doubts that Ben Carson was running for president, I’m pretty sure they can be laid to rest now.  A person who planned on either continuing their work as a neurosurgeon, going into the ministry or just retiring wouldn’t be hosting a conference call ahead of a trip to Iowa to assure […] Read More →

Anti Gun Laws Gut Museum’s WWII Exhibit

Michael Schaus,  Clearly, Washington State is a much safer place now that they are implementing universal background checks on all private firearm transfers. Oh, you want proof? Just look at Lynden, Washington… Thanks to the new law, a handful of antiquated WWII rifles (used in the Pacific theater) will be stripped from the dangerous hands […] Read More →

Gun Control Documentary: There Are ‘Limits to Every Right Articulated in the Constitution’

Breitbart | AWR HAWKINS “The whole country… [has] a gun problem.” Director Jessica Solce’s new documentary, No Control, premieres November 15 and carries a clear message: “There [are] limits to every right… articulated in the Constitution,” and gun rights should be no exception. And while the Huffington Post claims No Control offers a balanced look at the pro-Second Amendment versus […] Read More →