Sanctuary Cities vs. Red Flag Laws and A Coming Pistol Brace Ban? [VIDEO]

This Week in Gun Rights is TTAG’s weekly roundup of legal, legislative and other news affecting guns, the gun business and gun owners’ rights. Philadelphia sues state of Pennsylvania over gun law preemption The city of Philadelphia joined CeaseFire PA in suing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania this week, claiming that the state’s preemption of firearm […]

Gun Control Groups Find Amy Coney Barrett’s Originalist View of the Constitution…Disturbing

[I]f Barrett wins Senate confirmation, the court’s approach to the Second Amendment could be in for a big shift. Kris Brown, president of Brady United Against Gun Violence, said she has “grave concerns” about that prospect. “There’s a whole host of public safety bills and laws that we’ve had in effect for a quarter century, […]

Following Indictment, Missouri Governor Parson Again Vows to Pardon the McCloskeys if Convicted

After St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner had sent police to confiscate the guns that Michael and Patricia McCloskey used in their much-photographed defense of their St. Louis home, Missouri Governor Mike Parson was interviewed by a local radio host about the situation. He issued a relatively vague statement declaring that he’d consider pardoning the […]

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris REALLY Don’t Want to Talk About Packing the Supreme Court

By Larry Keane One of U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris’s loudest Vice Presidential debate answers came when she refused to say anything at all about the Biden-Harris campaign’s plans to pack the U.S. Supreme Court. Asked repeatedly in the debate against Vice President Mike Pence if a Biden-Harris administration would pack the Court should they win […]

FPC Submits Pre-Litigation Request to DOJ, ATF in Q Honey Badger SBR Determination to Protect Gun Owners

From the Firearms Policy Coalition: Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has submitted a formal request to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, the U.S. Department of Justice, Acting Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) Regina Lombardo, and ATF Deputy Director Marvin Richardson seeking reversal of the agency’s latest action against the Q, […]

Philadelphia Challenges State Preemption Again, This Time By Invoking the Right to Life

What a year, huh? The city of Philadelphia is once again challenging state of Pennsylvania’s preemption law. Last time around, they tried a “home rule city” tactic. That failed. This time the approach is a little different. Philadelphia city leaders are again filing a court challenge to the state’s prohibition on municipal gun regulations, this […]