There are plenty of pundits who also seem more enamored with the idea of doing something big than doing something that works. The Boston Globe recently devoted space to the argument that “if gun-control advocates really want to stanch the blood, there’s no way around it: They’ll have to persuade more people of the need to confiscate millions of those firearms, as radical as that idea may now seem.”
Cheatham County deputies responded to a reported home invasion on Highway 41-A near Joelton. Officials said a woman went inside her attached garage where she found the suspect, identified as 34-year-old Denver Taylor. She said the suspect told her to be quiet, but instead, she went back inside and told her husband. Investigators said the resident grabbed his gun
The man who police said tried to rob a repairman at gunpoint Friday night on Sixth Street, only to get shot himself
Two teens accused of shooting and wounding a man during an attempted robbery last week likely didn’t know their intended victim was an off-duty West Valley City officer
If you’ve been to a basketball or football game at Marist College over the past four decades, you’ve seen him.He’s the one in the faux fur, wearing over-sized sneakers and a big smile, handing out high-fives to fans and dancing through timeouts.He’s the Red Fox everyone knows, though you may not know his name, anymore.
If the state determines a person is capable and responsible enough to carry a gun, why should this right cease to exist at the church door? And if a church — or any place of worship — has members licensed by the state to carry a gun, the church should be able to extend this right to protect its members.
Well, if there’s one thing we can say about this Boston Globe op-ed, it’s honest. I don’t mean honest regarding facts or anything, but honest in detailing what gun control advocates really, really want: confiscation.
Firearms laws are the topic of a planned discussion at Missouri State University featuring two state lawmakers.
The Northern Marianas governor has passed a law banning handguns in the territory - but it can't be implemented.Handguns were banned for decades up until last year, when a military veteran who wanted one sued the territory's government.
The following is an article from News Service Florida in which they try to get a handle on what's in store for gun bills in the upcoming legislative session. It is reprinted with permission. However, we must point that the reporter who wrote this story totally misread SB-274 By Sen. Kelli Stargel (R-Lakeland). The bill is NOT about private schools, the bill is about CHURCHES. It restores the private property rights and the security and defense rights of churches so they may determine whether or not all allow firearms on church property.
After hearing from about 100 residents last night, San Carlos City Council voted 4-1 to delay the opening of a new gun store until next year, if not indefinitely. Vice Mayor Matt Grocott was the lone dissenting vote on the moratorium, which will prevent a Turner’s Outdoorsman, a chain store with mostly Southern California locations, from opening up at 1123 Industrial Road later this month as it had planned. “It is not fair for this business to get as far as it has with an application … and then a firestorm happens,” Grocott said. Turner’s Outdoorsman has already signed a 10-year lease for the location on Industrial Road near REI, and has spent $125,000 on the new store.
On Thursday, November 16, 2017, the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security will be holding a public hearing at 11:00 A.M. in room A-1 to discuss 55 bills pertaining to firearm laws in the state. It comes as no surprise that many of the proposals before the Committee for consideration are anti-gun measures and would place further burdens on law-abiding gun owners and sportsmen.
After major improvements to elephant conservation and management, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) has announced it will approve importation permits of elephant trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Service has determined that hunting would enhance the conservation and survival of African elephants. The Service’s findings are for trophies taken in 2016 through 2018. "By lifting the import ban on elephant trophies in Zimbabwe and Zambia the Trump Administration underscored, once again, the importance of sound scientific wildlife management and regulated hunting to the survival and enhancement of game species in this country and worldwide" said Chris Cox, Executive Director of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action. "This is a significant step forward in having hunting receive the recognition it deserves as a tool of sound wildlife management, which had been all but buried in the previous administration."
With both gun rights supporters and gun control advocates nationwide looking on, lawyers for Newtown families and gun maker Remington Arms are set to face off Tuesday before the Connecticut Supreme Court to argue whether the company should be held liable for the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Decades ago, gun-control advocates spoke honestly about their motives. They openly disputed that the Second Amendment affirmed the right to own a gun, and said their goal was to make guns illegal, create a federal database of guns and gun owners, mandate licensing, and limit the sale and ownership of guns in every way possible. Even the names of their organizations were blatant, such as “Handgun Control, Inc.”
Michigan would be in the minority - joining just a handful of states nationwide - if legislation eliminating a ban on concealed guns in schools was signed into law, according to a national gun violence prevention group.
A North Freeway gas station owner was making coffee inside his store this morning, when a pair of would-be robbers ran inside. Moments later, there was gunfire, and it wasn't one-sided.
A homeowner turned the tables on two burglary suspects he found inside his home Saturday and held them at gunpoint until deputies arrived
A man was arrested Saturday after sheriff’s deputies say he broke into a house where the homeowner held him at gunpoint until officers arrived.
Tomorrow, the Senate Judiciary Committee will be accepting proponent testimony on important self-defense legislation. Senate Bill 180, sponsored by state Senators Joe Uecker (R-14) and Jay Hottinger (R-31), would expand circumstances under which a person has no duty to retreat before using force in self-defense. Further, this bill would shift the burden of proof to the state, so the state would have to prove beyond reasonable doubt that a person charged with an offense that involved the use of force against another, did not use that force in self-defense. Senate Bill 180 would also reduce certain concealed handgun offenses to minor misdemeanors and eliminate the mandatory posting of signs that warn against the conveyance of a deadly weapon onto specified premises.