Why an anti-gun attorney would be caught with a gun in an airport security check perplexes those who look for consistency between principles and actions.
While representatives have reportedly tried to block the release of footage of Michael Bloomberg's remarks at The Aspen Institute on Feb 6th, audio has surfaced of the former New York City mayor's controversial comments about getting "guns out of t
Prosecutors want retired teacher to serve at least 3.5 years for possessing 250-year-old pistol
Berwick on Free Talk Live this week with three past Anarchast guests, Chris Cantwell, Ian Freeman and Anarchapulco co-MC, Mark Edge talking about Anarchapulco and life in Mexico.
Attorney Joshua Prince makes a complete fool of CeaseFirePA's gun rights hating Shira Goodman. They're debating Pennsylvania's Act 192 which allows people to proactively sue municipalities which enact gun control laws in violation of the state's
A gun-rights activist set up a billboard introducing even more confusion into the discussion over whether Arkansas permits the open carry of handguns. Paul Calvert -- a self-described "gentleman philosopher, scientist, and engineer" -- paid
In the seat of American political power, gun rights have been unlawfully compromised away by our politicians for more than four decades.
ATF proposes banning commonly owned M855 ball 5.56 ammunition used in millions of rifles. ATF will consider comments, as appropriate, received on or before March 16, 2015. ATF will not acknowledge receipt of comments.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg argued guns need to be kept out of the hands of minorities in order to keep them alive. While speaking at the Aspen Institute, Mr. Bloomberg, 72, said 95% of murders fall into a specific category:
In case anyone is suffering those winter blahs, let's start with some recent good news: The Huffington Post reports "For the first time in more than 20 years, Americans say it's more important to protect the right to own guns than it is to cont
The enemy doesn't mind taking them from your cold dead hands--prepare to ensure that it's not YOUR hands that end up that way
The history of African-American self-defense
PART ONE: A POLITICAL MENAGERIE
Charles Cobb author of the book, "This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed" talks about how firearms: "I say how guns made the civil rights movement possible for what should be obvious–because they kept us alive."
You read the title correctly, Delaware County United for Sensible Gun Policy (Delco United) held their "Firearms 101 Presentation" Monday night (02/02/2015) in Springfield, PA. They figure if they gain a little book knowledge about guns they'll
The Drug Enforcement Administration abandoned an internal proposal to use surveillance cameras for photographing vehicle license plates near gun shows in the United States to investigate gun-trafficking, the agency's chief said.
This is likely the final chapter in the saga of our two-year long fight to obtain important documents regarding the non-prosecution of David Gregory for possessing on Meet the Press an illegal high-capacity ammunition magazine.
Gun control advocate backs man who made erroneous tackle
Few things resonate more than the Castle Doctrine, the right of a homeowner to defend his home and family from attack. When it turns out the invaders wear shields, the homeowner's defense turns from an inalienable right to
Sandy Hook Commission Aims to Ban Guns 'that can fire more than 10 rounds without reloading'
"I just remember the look in his eye," Cvengros said. "It was like The Shining." As Thomas breaks into the apartment, Cvengros can be heard saying, "calm down." 3 gunshots can be heard as Thomas advances, before the camera falls and goes
Easy to do with Robert Muggah, among many things the coauthor of "We Need Better Data for a Serious Gun Control Debate", an article in which he advocates gun control despite the fact that he claims there isn't enough good data on the subject to
A Parks employee was hiking in a remote part of the Great Basin National Park when they spotted something leaning against a tree. It was a 132-year-old Winchester rifle and appeared to have not moved since it was placed there.
Top Jewish org petitions EU to permit Jews to carry guns.
Arizona - -(Ammoland.com)- Jeff Preach, pictured above, is 63. He believed that his days as a high school football center were long gone.
Come and Take It Texas is planning to use a manufacturing device to create firearms during its rally at the Capitol on Tuesday, when lawmakers' 2015 session begins.
ATF reverses its longstanding position that persons who machine unfinished receivers on behalf of a customer are not required to have manufacturer's licenses.
What was new in the world of "Precision Guided Firearms"--the term used to refer to its Linux-powered rifles. A weapon that can accurately put rounds on targets up to a mile away--targets that can be moving up to 30 miles per hour.
Your story copied below has Jawaad Jabbar listed as a victim. If he is the victim, then who is the perpetrator? That would have to make his armed robbery victim the perpetrator, which is preposterous, they can't be the same person.Read Letter
Which side wins depends on whether one can reason or simply react emotionally.