With President Donald Trump expected to announce his proposals to reduce gun violence this week, supporters of the Second Amendment and its protection of the right of individual Americans to keep and bear arms are understandably wary.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed an order in federal court demanding that Apple and Google turn over the names of users of a gun scope app.
If you’re concerned about violence with guns, never fear, big “woke” corporate millionaires are here — to save you from yourself. The latest on this front is that 145 chief executives, reports CNBC, “wrote a letter to the Senate on Thursday, urging the legislative body to take action on gun safety,” with “gun safety” being a euphemism for removing freedom.
“Biometric technology,” such as facial recognition, is used both commercially and for law enforcement, raising concerns of potential violations of the Fourth Amendment.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) fired back on Monday against the San Francisco Board of Supervisors by filing a lawsuit claiming that the board’s resolution declaring the NRA a “domestic terrorist organization” violated its First Amendment rights to free speech.
VIDEO - This past week in the news, Will & Grace stars Eric McCormack and Debra Messing tweeted in favor of compiling a list of all celebrities that are known Trump supporters in order to be blacklisted from Hollywood. Dr. Duke Pesta warns about how dangerous this idea is.
VIDEO - Trevor Loudon, an anti-communist author, researcher, filmmaker, and contributor to both The New American magazine and Epoch Times newspaper, discusses NBC's and MSNBC’s recent reporting that attacked and ridiculed the Epoch Times for being “anti-communist” and opposed to the government of the Communist Party of China. Loudon also stresses the importance of being specifically anti-communist, not just pro-freedom.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon announced that the retail giant will discontinue sales of short-barrel rifle and handgun ammunition, and end handgun sales in Alaska.
Five Senate Democrats have threatened to pack the Supreme Court if the Court rules in favor of more gun rights. Senate Republicans have vowed to not let that happen.
One reporter decided to see for herself just how easy it was to purchase a firearm from Walmart. What she found surprised her.
Once elected, can electors be bound by law to vote for a specific candidate for president? The 10th Circuit in Denver said no in a recent ruling.