Gary Willis of Ferndale, Maryland, was shot and killed by police after they appeared at his house to confiscate his weapons under a “red flag” law.
The city of Orlando, Florida, is testing facial recognition technology developed by Amazon and provided to the police of that city free of charge.
IWall Street Journal writer Joel Eastwood asks an impertinent question, “How Many Guns Do Americans Own?” The only way to answer that question would be through a national database of gun owners.
Until birthright citizenship is eliminated, efforts to get a handle on the country's problem of illegal immigration, might be doomed to failure.
The defeat of the dangerous Con-Con idea in Pennsylvania is an illustration of how dedicated and informed patriots can frustrate the special interests.
WHITEFISH, MONTANA — Speaking at the “New Code of the West” conference over the weekend, a pair of activists exposed some of the major problems with federal Indian policy.
The City of Atlanta has agreed to pay out $1.2 million to former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran after the City was found to have violated his free-speech rights three years ago.
Facebook and the other social-media giants are under fire for censoring not just conservatives but also liberals, and now a case is before the U.S. Supreme Court that might alter how those companies operate.
WHITEFISH, MONTANA — A historic conference brought together activist leaders, public officials, ranchers, business owners, concerned citizens, and lawmakers from at least three states Northwestern states to discuss land rights, federal overreach, forest management, the Deep State, and many of the problems facing the American West. The “This West is Our West” event featured high-profile speakers such as Ammon Bundy of Bundy Ranch fame, as well as Representative Matt Shea, who leads the Washington House GOP Caucus. But while fringe far-left extremists and a handful of unethical reporters tried to stir up controversy with smears and fake news, organizers and attendees said the event was a great success. The optimism was overwhelming.
President Donald Trump promises that he is “just a few weeks” from issuing regulations that would outlaw bump fire stocks.