The New York Times on What To Do If A Guest Wants to Bring a Gun to Thanksgiving Dinner

[ED: This post originally ran in November, 2016, but is wonderfully evergreen. Enjoy.] New York Times scribe Philip Galanes writes a regular column called “Social Q’s” in the Grey Lady’s Fashion & Style section. It’s a “Dear Abby” style column addressing readers’ question about social etiquette. Last week, an aghast correspondent asked how to handle a Thanksgiving guest […]

BREAKING: Multiple People Reported Shot Near Georgia High School Graduation Ceremony

Several Georgia news sources are reporting that multiple people have been shot near Mt. Zion High School in Jonesboro, Georgia, approximately 20 miles south of Atlanta. The Atlanta Journal & Constitution reports that one adult woman was dead and another wounded across the street from Mt. Zion’s graduation ceremony. Fox8 reports one dead and three wounded. […]

Anti-Trump Attacker Shoots Up Trump National Doral Resort

Multiple news sources are reporting that an unidentified man shouting “anti-Trump sentiment[s]” and carrying an American flag and a firearm, opened fire at the Trump National Doral Miami resort in West Miami-Dade, Florida last night. A shoot-out with police followed, in which the perpetrator was shot. The Miami Herald reports that, The man — identified […]

Another Prominent NY Anti-Gun Crusader Resigns Amid Sexual Scandal

Who would’ve thought that gun-grabbers could be such a bunch of sexually violent control freaks? For those of you who missed last night’s news cycle, avid gun control advocate and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman became former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. New York’s top prosecutor had become the target of an investigative story #metoo exposé in The […]

Concealed Carry: “It’s My Right!”

Unless you were already treading down the career path of Anglo-American jurisprudence, you probably didn’t give much thought to American law beyond speed limits, drinking ages, and (perhaps) age of consent for romantic entanglements. But once you strap on a hunk of iron and get through the preliminaries of how to use it, your thoughts […]

The NRA’s Position on Bump Fire Stocks was Genius

The National Rifle Association’s decision to stand down over the issue of bump fire stocks has generated a lot of concern, both among TTAG’s readership and elsewhere in the gun owning community. From my current vantage point on a busman’s holiday in a Northern Michigan lakeside hamlet, geographically and emotionally removed from the Potomac, I’m […]