Oregon law allows family and roommates to petition to seize guns and ammo from people believed to be dangerous.
Anti-gun Chicago mayors hoped to wear down opponents who aimed to open a gun shop in the city, but the strategy isn't working, thanks to the SAF.
If LA's city council repeals its ban on ultra-smalll concealable pistols, citizens will be no safer than they were before — because then state laws come into play.
While most of America and the mainstream media were preoccupied with the events in Charlottesville last week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals quietly issued an unconstitutional ruling against a Bremerton, Washington, high-school football coach named Joe Kennedy, who is in legal trouble for praying publicly on his school’s football field.
The District of Columbia's petition to again invalidate concealed carrying of pistols in Washington, D.C. will be accepted by the full district court, the case will be rehashed, the three-panel judge's ruling will be reversed, and the case will be appealed to the Supreme Court.
While some of its leading member regimes behead Christians and chop body organs out of political prisoners, the United Nations issued an “early warning” to the United States and demanded illegal restrictions on free speech. As part of its decision, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), a body that includes communists and Islamists and is practically a parody of itself, lambasted the United States and President Donald Trump without actually mentioning his name. But critics were quick to ridicule the UN outfit amid growing calls for the U.S. government to withdraw from the widely criticized “dictators club.”
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and the Cato Institute, along with the National Sheriffs' Association and the Independence Institute, filed a “friend of the court” brief on Monday urging the Supreme Court to take under review a lower court’s decision upholding Maryland’s nearly total ban on so-called assault weapons.
In what was condemned as a vile instance of dishonesty, former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice employed what is known as a “sandwich smear,” equating patriotic constitutionalists of all races and creeds with National Socialists (Nazis) and the Ku Klux Klan. The globalist member of the establishment swamp known as the Council on Foreign Relations, who according to the New York Times rejects the “America First” agenda articulated by President Trump and supported by voters, knows what she did was dishonest, critics said. Black and Jewish constitutionalists and patriots of The John Birch Society offered especially strong condemnations of the bigoted remarks by the Bush-era official.
Michigan adoption rules collide with the Constitution, so the outcome should be obvious. In Michigan and elsewhere, it isn't.