Dems Criticize Facebook for Not Being Anti-Gun Enough

“[D]espite Facebook’s ban of gun sales on its platforms, users are nonetheless able to facilitate firearm transactions in private Facebook groups specifically designed to skirt Facebook’s ban on firearm sales,” the 13 senators wrote in the letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook first banned the sale of firearms on the platform in 2016, then in […]

Rep. Massie Corrects Witness Who Claimed No One Ever Died Because They Were Deprived of Their 2A Rights [VIDEO]

Watch the latest video at Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky got into a heated exchange with a witness in a House Oversight Committee hearing on voting rights yesterday. The witness, Timothy Jenkins, is a board member of something called Teaching for Change. [The exchange begins at 5:25 mark in the video above.] Massie, […]

NM Governor: Sheriffs Should Enforce Red Flag Confiscations or Quit

Flanked by advocates for stricter gun control and supportive law enforcement officials at a signing ceremony, [New Mexico Gov. Michelle] Lujan Grisham said the [red flag] legislation provides law enforcement authorities with an urgently needed tool to deter deadly violence by taking firearms from people who pose a threat to themselves or others. Some sheriffs […]

Margolis: You Can Tell Gun Control Orgs Don’t Want to Take Your Guns Because It’s Not on Their Websites

Thus [Second Amendment sanctuary supporters] are convinced that the rather mild bill before the House Judiciary Committee (it would marginally strengthen the existing state “red flag” law allowing temporary confiscation of firearms from a person accused of domestic violence) is merely a prelude to taking [their guns] away. “Most of the gun control groups have […]

When Bloomberg’s Media Arm Uses the Bloomberg School Director for a Quote on Gun Research

The author quoted below, writing at Bloomberg Opinion, doesn’t mention that Daniel Webster is the Bloomberg professor of American health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Instead, Francis Wilkinson only IDs Webster in his piece as as director of the Center for Gun Policy and Research at Johns Hopkins University. Surely that’s just an […]

What Anti-Gun Politicians Really Fear

It isn’t about guns, it’s abut control. Always has been, always will be. Such facts might lead town hall participants to ask Democratic presidential candidates how many law-abiding citizens they are prepared to criminalize and demean in their pursuit of gun control? Do they seriously intend to make felons of millions of residents of the […]

That Feeling When None of the Data Support Your Gun Control Proposals

Biden’s extreme proposal of banning semi-automatic firearms would do little to reduce mass shootings in the United States, according to a new study released this month by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, named after notorious anti-Second Amendment activist billionaire Michael Bloomberg, who is also running for president as a Democrat. The study “did not find […]

For Bloomberg, the Constitution is a Secondary Concern Where Guns are Concerned

Do you get the feeling that there’s an increasing groundswell of opposition to a Bloomberg nomination from, well, every part of the political spectrum? Bloomberg wants to require “background checks for all gun sales,” a policy aimed at enforcing legal restrictions on gun ownership that have little or nothing to do with public safety. If the system […]

Science: Gun Owners Aren’t Any Happier Than Non-Gun Owners

Finally, we have an answer to the burning question that everyone’s been asking for decades: are gun owners happier than those who don’t own firearms? Researcher Terence Hill, an associate professor of sociology in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Arizona, recently found that despite claims, gun owners aren’t any measurably happier […]