BREAKING: 10th Circuit Grants Utah Gun Owner a Temporary Stay in Bump Stock Ban

Deseret News reports; The U.S. Court of Appeals has issued a temporary stay on a ban for one Utah gun activist who is attempting to block the new rule that outlaws a gun accessory known as a bump stock in the U.S. starting next Tuesday. Clark Aposhian, chairman of the Utah Shooting Sports Council, argues in a lawsuit that the Department of Justice […]

Colorado’s Attorney General Tells Sheriffs to Resign Over Gun Control While Refusing to Enforce Immigration Laws

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has opened his mouth and removed all doubt that he is a partisan political hack. Testifying before a Colorado State Senate committee about sheriffs who refuse to enforce Colorado’s proposed “red flag” law, Weiser said, “The right thing to do for a sheriff who says ‘I can’t follow the law’ […]

Media: New Zealanders are OK With Giving Up their Guns After Mosque Massacre

As the enormity of last week’s mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand unfolded, Labour Party Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wasted no time in announcing that she’d be clamping down on civilian gun ownership. The next day, NZ Attorney General David Parker told a crowd that the government would ban semi-automatic guns in the island nation. Unfortunately […]

Disarmament by Bureaucracy: Florida Ag Commissioner Slow-Walking Carry Permit Reinstatement

We have been covering the ongoing bureaucratic obstructionism caused by Florida’s newly-elected Democrat Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Nikki Fried. She now oversees the issuance of concealed weapons licenses in the state and appears to be making the process a nightmare. A fellow Floridian I know is getting a taste of the department’s new systems […]

Connecticut Supreme Court Rules Nuisance Lawsuit Against Gun Makers May Continue

The Connecticut Supreme Court today over-ruled an appeals court, allowing a nuisance lawsuit against gun makers to go forward.  The suit claims gun makers had some responsibility for the Sandy Hook school massacre, and accordingly, should pay big bucks to the plaintiffs. Previously, a Connecticut appeals court ruled that the suit, employing a “novel strategy” […]