What happens when every citizen's name appears on the National Instant Criminal Background Check Systems (NICS) watch list?
The 9th Circuit Court is one more reason why California is often referred to pejoratively as the "Left" Coast.
Amendments to NDAA Expand Presidential War-making Power; Allow Congress to "Support" Rather Than "Declare" WarWritten by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Senators Tim Kaine and Jeff Flake have offered amendments to the FY 2017 NDAA that would give the president expansive powers to commit U.S. troops to fighting foreign wars.
Has Hillary Clinton thought her gun control plans all the way through? If elected, just how, exactly, does she plan to forcibly confiscate 300 million firearms from their owners?
After some grandstanding to placate outraged constituents, Republicans in Congress quietly voted to fund Obama's unconstitutional plan to fundamentally transform your neighborhood by bringing in more federally funded “diversity.”
The UN's goal of civilian gun confiscation will be advanced at a meeting to be held this week in New York City.
A Memorial Day display of 79 crosses erected on May 20 alongside a state highway in Hiram, Georgia, to honor the 79 Paulding County residents who died in America’s wars was temporarily removed following a complaint from a caller — but replaced after a city council vote.
An amendment to be offered by Senator Rand Paul would prevent the president from prosecuting foreign combat missions without the authorization of Congress.
A bill passed by the Hawaii state legislature would add the names and addresses of gun owners to a federal registry.
Gun-rights groups filed suit against Seattle's gun and ammo tax, but the tax was upheld. On January 4, the plaintiffs sent the lawsuit to a state Court of Appeals for review. A decision is expected by late summer or early fall.