The Evolution of Sheep
While the simple act of watching your local evening news should be enough to confirm our world is far from a safe place, I repeatedly find myself perplexed at how most people respond with ambivalence, denial, indifference and even ridicule.
Bloomberg Group Funds 'Gun Reporting' Workshop for Journalists
While we all want better, more concise and accurate reporting, the manner in which reporters are "educated" on firearms is suspect given the source.
As Gun Ownership Grows, Crime Drops
Data released by the FBI last week indicates a significant decrease in violent crime in U.S. urban areas, and pro-Second Amendment organizations were quick to point out the relationship between the rise in personal firearm ownership and the drop in gun-related violence.
With Arizona Recount, 2014 Midterms Are Finally Over
The GOP majority in Congress increased by one, as Representative-elect Martha McSally prevailed over her Democratic rival in a recount.
Story of the Year: Election 2010
When lawmakers assume their respective seats as the 2011 legislative sessions are called to order in Washington, DC, and in state capitals across the country in coming weeks, gun owners and shooting enthusiasts will no doubt be watching eagerly to see what results—and changes—the historic 2010 elections will bring forth.
Changes Looming for Utah CCW Permit System?
A measure currently awaiting the signature of Utah Gov. Gary Herbert could potentially impact what has become something of a cottage industry for the Beehive State, the issuing of its widely recognized concealed-weapon permits to residents of other states.
As lawmakers in many states begin to wrap-up the year's legislative sessions, firearm-related bills continue to see lots of action in statehouses across the country.
Is Illinois' FOID Policy Discriminatory?
Does a change to Illinois' FOID requirement discriminate against certain law-abiding citizens?
Suppressors Aren't Silencers
In recent weeks, lawmakers in Washington state and Kansas approved legislation allowing the use of sound suppressors in accordance with federal law.
NRA Files Suit Against Unconstitutional Ban on Carrying Firearms for Self-Defense in Illinois
Lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of Illinois' total ban on firearm carry for self-defense outside the home.