Cops Wrestle With Whether and When to Take a Suicidal Officer’s Gun

[ED: It’s difficult to read the following report regarding potentially suicidal police officers and guns without contrasting the treatment and deference they receive with that of civilians under the expansion of “red flag” laws. The NYPD describes their process as “a judicious measure carried out with dignity and designed to save a life.” Can anyone […]

FPC to SCOTUS: MA Ban on Semi-Auto Firearms & Standard Capacity Magazines is Unconstitutional

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an important Supreme Court brief in the case of Worman v. Healey,  a challenge to Massachusetts’s ban on so-called “assault weapons” and “large-capacity” firearm magazines. The brief is available online at “In holding that the Second Amendment protects arms ‘in common use’ in D.C. v. Heller,  the […]

Dick’s CEO Ed Stack is Flirting With Presidential Race to Boost Sales of His Book

By Larry Keane Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack is being coy, if not predictable, about a third-party presidential run. The businessman who recently announced he (possibly illegally) destroyed $5 million worth of modern sporting rifles and cost his publicly-traded company a quarter billion dollars, is reportedly working with focus groups to wade into the presidential political pool. It’s […]

Hunter Killed by Deer He’d Shot that Got Back Up and Attacked Him

By Eric Pickhartz Authorities and wildlife officials with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have reported the death of 66-year-old Thomas Alexander, who shot a buck near Yellville with a muzzleloader. “I’ve worked for the Game and Fish Commission for 20 years, and it’s one of the stranger things that’s happened,” said Keith Stephens, the Chief of Communications with the agency, according to […]

Connecticut Cop Who Shot at Unarmed Couple in Car Charged With Felony Assault, Reckless Endangerment

By Dave Collins, Associated Press A Connecticut police officer who opened fire on an unarmed couple’s car and wounded a 22-year-old woman was charged Monday with felony assault and reckless endangerment. State’s Attorney Patrick Griffin determined the April 16 use of force in New Haven was not justified and filed charges against Hamden officer Devin […]