Bloomberg’s gun follies
As Mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg has been at the forefront of the gun control debate. He has tirelessly defended New York City’s gun laws, which are among the strictest in the country, and has called for even more restrictive gun control in the wake of recent shootings. Is Bloomberg’s war on guns keeping NYC residents safe, or is he preventing citizens from exercising their right to self-defense?
Shocker: Gun laws fail to pass in California
SB 249 is dead. And that’s great news for Second Amendment advocates in the state of California. The bill, introduced by State Senator Leland Yee, sought to make California’s gun control laws more restrictive by prohibiting semi-automatic firearms with “easily | Read More »
The presidential race 2012: Gun control
When Americans head to the polls this November, the vast majority of votes will be cast with jobs and the economy in mind. Recent surveys indicate that these are the issues that matter most. It comes as no surprise that | Read More »
Second Amendment rights suffer in Maryland despite positive concealed carry ruling
Second Amendment advocates were thrilled last month when a federal judge struck down a Maryland state law requiring concealed carry applicants to provide a “good and substantial reason” to carry a firearm. However, their excitement didn’t last long. Two weeks | Read More »