Mexican Drug Cartels Run Roughshod Over Disarmed Civilians and Ineffective Local Governments

While millions of Americans enjoyed the Thanksgiving weekend holiday, the Mexican drug cartels invaded and shot up a small town in a “safe” Mexican state. In the end, twenty-two people died in the violence, including two innocent civilians and four police officers. Plenty more suffered bullet wounds. The mystery here is…how can this kind of […]

ABC: Still Creating Fake ‘Assault Rifle’ News

Last month, we caught ABC dubiously reporting the use of an “automatic rifle” in a Philadelphia crime. In that case, the police may have made that original claim. (I have a Pennsylvania Right To Know Law request pending on that.) This time, I think they really stepped in it. Indiana teen driver fatally shot by […]

Patriot Picket at the Supreme Court

On a dreary and cold morning interrupted occasionally by light rain showers, the Bloomberg-financed gaggle of anti-gun groups that converged at the U.S. Supreme Court today found that there was almost no one gathered in front of podium to listen to their scheduled gun control rants. That’s because so many in the Bloomberg People Control […]

Florida Municipalities Want In On Gun Control

This is TTAG’s weekly roundup of legal and legislative news affecting guns, the gun business and gun owners’ rights. For a deeper dive into the topics discussed here, check out this week in gun rights at FPC.  Florida Fighting Off Feisty Municipalities After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school murders, a group of Florida municipal governments […]