Irresponsible Gun Owner of the Day: School Resource Officer Ashley Phillips

Hephzibah (Georgia) Middle School resource officer Ashley Phillips is in hot water after leaving an unloaded gun in her purse in her police cruiser. Public Safety Chief Alfonso Williams stated that Phillips had just returned from vacation and had forgotten the gun was there. The problem arose when Phillips, who was allegedly handling a disciplinary action, handed […]

Baltimore Reaps What Police Chief James Johnson Didn’t Sow

Baltimore County  Police Chief James Johnson [above] (whose jurisdiction, oddly, does not include the city of Baltimore but all that surrounds it) loves gun control. He loves it so much that he was part of the hearings on the spontaneous feel-good gun control legislation suggested after the Sandy Hook School shooting. The hearings took place on […]

GOP House Bill Would Delete 4473 Race Questions

Two GOP lawmakers, Representatives Diane Black of Tennessee and Ted Poe of Texas, are pushing legislation that would have the government go “color blind” when guns are purchased. They seek to have the race section of form 4473 removed in an effort to not only simplify the process, but to keep the ATF from being racist. The […]

FBI and VA Work Together to Confiscate Guns

According to a report by Western Journalism, the FBI and the VA are in “cahoots” with regards to taking guns away from veterans. This report comes on the heels of a letter sent to Attorney General Eric Holder last week.  The letter was submitted by the Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, a Republican from Iowa. […]

Peter King Hearts Gun Control. Again. Still.

On Friday, Congressman Peter King of New York spoke at The Nation Leadership Summit in New Hampshire. During his speech, he came out in favor of more gun control while being sure to simultaneously bash some of his fellow Republicans. In the video above, the distinguised Rep. King responds to questions about his stance on two gun […]

Vermont Backs Away from Universal Background Checks

Vermont, a “constitutional carry” state, currently has few restrictions on guns, but that could change soon. An important gun control bill is close to passing the Vermont legislature. The state’s house gave initial approval for the passage of one bill that has already passed the senate. The House voted 79-60 in favor of the bill […]

SAF Vows to Continue Fight Against DC Conceal Carry Laws

The District of Columbia has dropped their appeal of a decision that sided with the Second Amendment Foundation in the Palmer vs. DC case allowing “public carrying of ready-to-use handguns outside the home.” That essentially mandated the city adopt a conceal carry permitting structure. But even though the city has backed down, the SAF is vowing to continue to […]