The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) today filed a lawsuit in federal court against the City of Chicago’s new gun ordinance, asserting that “by banning gun ranges open to the public…under color of law,” the city is depriving citizens of their right to keep and bear arms in violation of the Second Amendment to the...
After reviewing Ms. Kagan's record and testimony at her confirmation hearing, the GUN OWNERS OF AMERICA concluded that, 'The available evidence portrays her as a forceful advocate of restrictive gun laws and driven by political considerations rather than rule of law.'" -- Sen. John Thune (R-SD), August 5, 2010
The Supreme Court nomination of Elena Kagan presents a political conundrum to the National Rifle Association (NRA), one of the nation’s most powerful grassroots lobbying groups.
The Senate Judiciary Committee recently voted to send the nomination of Elena Kagan to the full Senate floor. That's not good news for gun owners, but there's still time to act.
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.
Gun retailers, who got a boost when President Barack Obama took office, are hoping to get another one from the U.S. Supreme Court. Chicago gun stores are hoping for the same if that city's ban falls.
1/27/10 Gun Rights: The Supreme Court this morning granted a motion by the National Rifle Association for argument time March 2, when the justices will consider whether the Second Amendment individual right to bear arms applies against state and local restrictions on firearms in the case of McDonald v. City of Chicago.