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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.
How about some good news for a change? As we approach the one year anniversary of the Newtown tragedy, gun control groups are bemoaning the fact that, overall, the fight to strip Americans of our Second Amendment protected rights isn’t going too well, and in the words of Phil Robertson, that makes me happy, happy, […]
Is gun control coming to the commonwealth of Virginia? If Terry McAuliffe wins the upcoming gubernatorial election on November 5th, then the answer is yes.
What connection is there between mass shootings and domestic violence? Billy Johnson from Amidst The Noise weighs in.
In response to the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting last year in Newtown, CT, the Newtown Legislative Council has adopted a new firearms ordinance to make the town “more safe” by limiting recreational shooting. Yes, you read that correctly.
The answer is almost assuredly yes.
Following up on his promise to unilaterally act on gun control, the Obama administration announced new gun control measures today. Block import of military surplus weapons From the White House release: When the United States provides military firearms to its allies, either as direct commercial sales or through the foreign military sales or military assistance […]
The Washington Times reported yesterday that President Obama promised a group of big-city mayors that he would take more executive action on gun control.
Bill Thompson, who won the Democratic nomination for New York City Mayor in 2009 and almost beat Michael Bloomberg (Bloomberg was an Independent at the time) disagrees with Mayor Bloomberg on a few issues, but gun control isn’t one of them.