ATTN First-Time Gun Buyers: That Was The Easy Part

Between the ongoing civil disorder in various cities, the release of thousands of convicted criminals to “protect” them from COVID-19, and the ongoing defund-the-police movement, millions of people have suddenly discovered a need for defensive implements. About five million, according to best estimates (as of early October, 2020). Many of these new gun buyers were […]

Kyle Rittenhouse’s Unlawful Possession Charge Is A Huge Can Of Worms

Make no mistake, America, nothing less than your God-given right to defend yourself, your family and your country is on trial in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Watch closely, and hold your government accountable. — Attorney John Pierce Gun rights advocates and those familiar with the laws surrounding self-defense have bees saying — since the video came online […]

Texas Rep. Kyle Biedermann to Introduce Constitutional Carry Bill in Texas Legislature

From GOA: Gun Owners of America Texas Director Rachel Malone released the following statement after Rep. Kyle Biedermann announced that he will file Constitutional Carry in Texas’ 87th Legislative Session: “I am thrilled that Rep. Biedermann has committed to filing Constitutional Carry legislation. This is great news for Texas because Constitutional Carry promotes safety and […]

Georgia: Walters v. Kemp Injunction Denied

Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Steve C. Jones, who had previously denied a preliminary injunction in the Carter v. Kemp lawsuit to temporarily override the state restriction on unlicensed carry outside the home, during the COVID-19 emergency as the state of Georgia has stopped processing carry permit applications, struck again. In the similar Walters v. Kemp […]

Federal Lawsuit Filed Challenging Jackson, Mississippi Mayor’s Ban On Open Carry

Last week, Jackson, Mississippi Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba announced that he had signed an order banning the open carry of firearms in the city, despite the fact that such an action violates multiple state laws, the Mississippi constitution, and the Second Amendment. On April 26, Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch sent Lumumba a letter instructing […]

Constitutional Carry Bill Moves Forward in Michigan

By Brenden Boudreau Constitutional Carry (HB 4770–4774) has been voted out of the House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee. This legislation passed with all five Republicans on the committee voting “Aye,” three Democrats abstaining, and freshman Democrat State Rep. Mari Manoogian of the 40th House District being the lone “No” vote. The three Democrats […]