On Friday, Governor Scott Walker signed a bill that made Wisconsin the 49th state to allow law-abiding citizens to carry firearms.
Ohio Governor John Kasich signed bills that dramatically improve concealed carry in the Buckeye state.
A city cannot knowingly and willingly makes ordinances conflicting with and restricting state gun law. Too bad it took a court decision to make Cleveland officials aware of this concept.
Who says the militia is outdated? Four housewives in 1950 proved that freedom never goes out of style.
Once in a while, an obscure or small event balloons into a course-changing moment for a nation. An unlawful police response to open carry in Pennsylvania looks to be one of these events.
Written by Jeremy Sandberg Tuesday, 11 May 2010 04:54 Originally published in Right Side News Have guns become obsolete in American life, possibly an ugly reminder of violence and war? Should we grant our elected representatives the power to remove them from the public at large? That is the question that Americans have faced [...]
In Part I, I wrote about how official hatred of guns is hatred of Independence. I summarized how some officials go to office not to serve, but to soothe old anxieties they expect to relieve in controlling situations which they perceive as injustices to themselves somehow. This cannot help but control the electorate, and wrongly. [...]