An ordinance allowing Chicago residents to own handguns took effect Monday, two weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court made the city's outright ban unenforceable _ but people may still be four months and a couple hundred dollars away from actually having one legally.
"Multiple sources tell me the National Rifle Association is planning to endorse liberal Harry Reid against pro-gun champion Sharron Angle," Erick Erickson reports on RedState.com.
A Wisconsin prosecutor said he won't enforce a host of state weapons laws after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this week Americans have a right to own a gun for self-defense.
Will the Supreme Court's Chicago ruling hurt Kagan's chances?
The Second Amendment provides Americans a fundamental right to bear arms that cannot be violated by state and local governments, the Supreme Court ruled Monday in a long-sought victory for gun rights advocates.
"Now the NRA are the big defenders of the Second Amendment of the Constitution, the right to bear arms. But yet they think it's all right to throw everybody else under the table so they can get a special deal, while requiring everyone else to comply with all the rules outlined...
The Washington Post corroborates what Gun Owners of America has been hearing on Capitol Hill. Top Democrat leaders in the House are trying to make another go at the DISCLOSE Act... and they think they are very close to getting the votes to pass it.
One liberal screams the sky will fall if the U.S. Supreme Court shoots down Chicago's ban on the possession of handguns.
Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America (GOA) speaks at a Virginia open carry rally.