From before the United States was even formed to today, learn the major gun control legislation passed and its effects on US gun owners.
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The United States has the highest per capita gun ownership in the world. That means that the United States has the highest per capita murder rate in the world, right? Well, no actually. Not even close.
Earlier today, two men armed with AK-47s and an RPG stormed the office of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, France and killed at least 12 people. In case you forgot, Charlie Hebdo has several times in the past made fun of the “prophet” Muhammad, which at the time of writing appears to have […]
Last night’s election result is being described as a debacle for the Democrat party, and rightfully so. At the time of writing, the final numbers aren’t quite in, but what we do know is that the Republican party took back the Senate and expanded its majority in the House in a big way. If you’re […]
Right on cue, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) today called for “universal” background checks on all gun sales after the shooting in Las Vegas over the weekend that left five dead including the two shooters.
Not to be outdone by the buffoonery of her Senate counterpart Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.), Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) is planning to introduce legislation that would allow family members to petition the court to take guns away from “unstable” and “violent” people.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is at it again. In response to a federal judge’s ruling that Chicago’s longtime ban on gun stores was unconstitutional, Mayor Emanuel is proposing a new ordinance that would limit where gun stores can be built using special zoning, keep special records and allow police to audit them, and videotape every […]
In his State of the Union address this evening, President Obama promised that 2014 would be a “year of action,” and his speech made it clear that those actions would be unilateral in nature.
Anti-gun Democrats – this is why we can’t take you seriously.
Today the House of Representatives approved an extension of the Undetectable Firearms Act by a voice vote, legislation that bans the manufacture, sale or other trafficking in non-metal firearms that can evade metal detection. This renewal is significant for a few reasons.