Tell us again how we need to expand the NICS system to include even private gun sales . . . Tens of thousands with outstanding warrants purged from background check database for gun purchases Tens of thousands of people wanted by law enforcement officials have been removed this year from the FBI criminal background check […]
The Trace’s “about” page describes the website as an “independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit journalism startup dedicated to shining a light on America’s gun violence crisis . . .We rely on generous readers to ensure we have the resources required to fulfill our mission.” It’s a bald-faced lie . . . The Trace is owned, operated and […]
Shannon Watts (above left) is the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a wholly owned subsidiary of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s (above right) Everytown for Gun Safety. While Ms. Watts has maintained something of a low profile over the last few months, there’s nothing like a mass shooting to bring […]
How can a firearm part be “barely legal”? It’s either legal or it isn’t. And all six firearms parts named by The Trace are completely legal. Just ask the ATF. But we thank Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun agitprop machine for highlighting the slippery slope that the NRA has created by directing the ATF to regulate bump fire stocks […]
As domestic violence victim Kate Ranta writes at HuffPo, “The gun violence prevention movement was thrown into utter turmoil this week after survivors and advocates learned that Everytown for Gun Safety has sponsored the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) conference for two out of the past three years (2015 and 2017).” Why would supporting an organization […]
Undoing the damage of the last eight years . . . FDIC Ordered to Turn Over Documents in Operation Choke Point Lawsuit The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was ordered to turn over documents related to Operation Choke Point late last week. District Court Judge Gladys Kessler told the government agency it had to begin […]
“Kroger opened its largest store ever,” the Cincinnati Enquirer reported last week. “The $28 million … 145,000-square-foot store has a bulk natural foods department, a beer growler and wine bar, a baby center, and a pharmacy with two drive-through lanes. The store also has a fuel center and a Fred Meyer Jewelers.” . . .
Akron Mayor Emeritus Don Plusquellic was warned by Akron University Police after being caught urinating on a tree, the Akron Beacon Journal reported Thursday. Plusquellic was rude to officers and told them he “’knew we didn’t do anything and figured he would give us something to do on a slow night,’” the report elaborates . . .
“The shootings in Louisiana now have several groups calling for gun control measures that are more strict in Colorado and across the country,” Fox 31 “reported” in a thinly-disguised promotional piece for Michael Bloomberg’s interests that ignored the real story. “Tonight, Lafayette Louisiana joins the long and growing list of cities like Charleston, Aurora and Littleton to […]
“A statewide investigating grand jury has recommended that criminal charges be filed against former Harrisburg Mayor Stephen R. Reed, the Harrisburg Patriot-News reported. “State Attorney General Kathleen Kane … calls the investigation into Reed one of the ‘most disturbing cases of public corruption this office has investigated.’”