The Illinois legislature has passed a bill allowing for concealed carry of a firearm; but will the bill sufficiently uphold the U.S. Constitution to meet the approval of the Court of Appeals?
While the Obama administration praises the Syrian rebels, the rebel army is allegedly carrying out massacres similar to those attributed to the regime they would overthrow.
The people of the town of West, Texas, are working together to rebuild and comfort each other in the aftermath of disaster.
A Florida state senator and a state representative have introduced bills requiring Floridians to take anger management training before they can purchase ammunition.
The U.S. Court of Appeals is giving the state of Illinois until June to adopt legalized concealed carry of a firearm.
A bill under consideration in Texas' House of Representatives would criminalize any effort by local law enforcement to implement any new federal restrictions on the rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment.
According to a recent Pew Research Center poll, a clear majority of Americans now fear that the federal government is a threat to their own personal rights and freedoms, and that it will not do the "right thing."
A recent deep space discovery is calling into question scientific assumptions that have been taken for granted for generations. The scale of one Large Quasar Group (LQG) is massive — in fact, scientists estimate its size at approximately four billion light years across. But even more significantly, it also appears to be unique, and thus fundamentally challenges the assumption that the universe is homogeneous, lacking any significant variation in observable phenomena wherever one may happen to look.
Recently translated interviews demonstrate that Egypt’s president, Mohammed Morsi, had little interest two years ago in seeing his party continue the relationship which has existed between Israel and Egypt since the 1978 Camp David Accords because, in his assessment, Israel’s "Zionist" residents are “the descendants of apes and pigs.”
In a decision that portends the end of decades of defiance to the basic tenets of the Second Amendment, the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down those statutes in the state of Illinois that interfered with the basic rights of Americans to keep and bear arms.