Trump’s ATF Director Nominee: Whom to Believe?

There seems to be a split among gun-rights groups about Chuck Canterbury, President Trump’s nominee to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. Canterbury, if confirmed, would succeed Acting ATF Director Regina “Reggie” Lombardo. She has filled the position since May 1, 2019. The agency has been without a permanent ATF director since B. […]

Latest Lawsuit Against Trump Bump Stock Ban Seeks to Open ATF Registry

Attorney Stephen Stamboulieh has filed a lawsuit in conjunction with gun writer David Codrea and two others against President Trump’s unconstitutional bump stock ban. Stamboulieh is the man behind a number of prominent gun rights cases such as Hawaii’s open carry lawsuit, Young v. Hawaii. That makes four lawsuits in the works so far. Stamboulieh’s, two involving Adam Kraut and the Firearms […]

Even Sen. Feinstein Knows the Trump Bump Stock Ban is on Thin Legal Ice

You would think that California’s doyenne of civilian disarmament, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, would be as happy as a pig in slop about President Trump unconstitutionally and arbitrarily re-classifying bump stocks at machine guns. But in a lengthy op-ed piece she wrote for the Washington Post, Feinstein stated the following; (L)et’s not celebrate too quickly. Presidents […]

‘Come And Take It,” They Said . . .

By Rachel Malone Did you hear about the man who, it’s reported, was shot and killed when he refused to give up his guns? That incident happened right here in the United States earlier this week. It’s a result of a new “red flag” gun confiscation law. And it represents the kind of danger we […]

Gun Owners of America’s Open Letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell: Quit the NICS Fix, Do This Instead

Dear Senator McConnell: The White House, Senate, and House are all in Republican control, in part, because of significant help from the Second Amendment community. Few would argue that. A little over a month ago, it appeared that Congress would pass legislation long desired by gun owners: concealed carry reciprocity, the Hearing Protection Act, restoring […]

Arlen Specter Under the Gun

Back home in PA, Senator Arlen Specter is running neck and neck with Joe Sestak in the Democratic primary. According to Washington Post reporter Greg Sargent, the Kansas-born Specter, “is highlighting his vote against the assault weapons ban in the 90s and calling Sestak out for his ‘F’ rating from the NRA.” But Specter is only […]