Kentucky Baptists attract nonbelievers to church with the promise of free firearms
Measure has a good chance of becoming law despite opposition from students and public college leaders
(WASHINGTON) — The Supreme Court has turned away appeals from the National Rifle Association which complained about resistance by governments and judges to the high court’s recent seminal rulings declaring that Americans have a constitutional right to own a gun.
The justices on Monday let stand rulings that upheld a federal law that …
“Chicago’s ordinance goes too far,” a U.S. District Judge wrote in his ruling
Ban will remain on semi-automatic weapons that resemble assault rifles and large capacity magazines
(HARTFORD, Conn.) — A report on the Newtown school shooting says that the gunman had an obsession with mass murders but that investigators did not discover any evidence he had indicated to others an intention to carry out such a crime.
The summary of the investigation by Connecticut State’s Attorney Stephen Sedensky says Adam Lanza …
An Orange County, California high school student claims administrators ordered her to change out of a t-shirt promoting the National Rifle Association. The school’s principal reportedly told sophomore Haley Bullwinkle that her NRA shirt violated the school’s dress code, which forbids offensive, violent or divisive clothing.
The shirt, …
The reason alleged gunman Aaron Alexis was able to kill 12 people last week in the Washington Navy Yard shooting was that “there weren’t enough good guys with guns” present, National Rifle Association executive vice president Wayne LaPierre said on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday.
Mark Kessler’s pro gun videos have been watched hundreds of thousands of times online.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has asked customers to leave their firearms at home before coming in to order their lattes and frappuccinos, CNN reports.
Starbucks’ CEO says he’s tired of having ‘gun rallies’ at the coffee giant’s franchises
Missouri nearly passed a law this week exempting guns in the state from federal rules, but experts say the nullification movement isn’t legally sound
A recall election turned a local fight into the latest front in the national gun control debate