What Oklahoma and South Dakota can Teach Florida’s Gov. DeSantis About Constitutional Carry

In November, Florida narrowly elected Ron DeSantis as governor of the former Gunshine State. Along with governor-elect DeSantis taking office, the House and Senate will also have Republican majorities. In just about any other state, that would mean good news for gun owners. But as Florida’s past legislative history has shown, that isn’t the case. The […]

TX Campus Carry Prevails Again, Shooting’s Big Business and At Least They Weren’t Shot — TTAG Daily Digest

Fifth Circuit Rejects Constitutional Challenges to “Campus Carry” The same three UT professors are shot down yet again. It’s almost as if they don’t really have a case . . . [Glass] argues that there is no rational basis for Texas to allow private universities to ban concealed carry but not public universities. In addition, […]

A Campus Safety Administrator’s View of the Efficacy and Morality of Concealed Weapons on College Campuses

By B320 Introduction As a campus safety administrator I have been tasked with researching and implementing best practices in policy, and training the campus community toward best practices in security and to prepare campus constituents be able to respond to a crisis or disaster with equally proportionate and appropriate means. Much of what I have […]

NRA-Backed Candidate Loses GOP Primary Race for Governor to Trump-Backed Opponent

As we reported last month, the National Rifle Association endorsed Lt. Governor Casey Cagle in the Peach State run for the governor’s office. But that endorsement was apparently outweighed by one from the commander-in-chief for Cagle’s opponent, Brian Kemp. Last night, Kemp defeated Cagle and it wasn’t by a small margin. The Lt. Governor even lost his […]