Chicago’s Political Elites Bicker While The Bodies Pile Higher

Chicago’s broken, revolving door criminal justice system has led to trouble in paradise between Chicago’s new mayor Lori Lightfoot and her mayoral campaign opponent, County Board Chairwoman Toni Preckwinkle. Meanwhile, as the two powerful women bicker among one another, the bodies continue to pile higher in the Windy City. John Kass, the well-known Chicago columnist, […]

California’s New Police Use-of-Force Law Twists Language to ‘Do Something’ About Police Shootings

California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a bill into law that allegedly establishes a new standard for when police can use deadly force. In reality, it’s likely to do little more than endanger police officers and enrich the state’s litigation lawyers. And the blame for this one goes to Golden State politicians’ desire to pander […]

The ‘Do Something’ Disease

This is TTAG’s weekly roundup of legal and legislative news affecting guns, the gun business and gun owners’ rights.  As you can probably imagine, this week has been an active one for those of us in the gun rights community. The push for national red flag laws and universal background checks in this last week […]