Supreme Court agrees to hear gun-rights case

The Supreme Court ducked taking a major case involving the Obama-era DACA program but did agree Tuesday morning to hear a gun-rights case, in what legal analysts said could be the final word on the court’s schedule for this term.

Gun foe Bloomberg accused of hypocrisy after calling for armed private force at Johns Hopkins U.

Liberal billionaire Michael Bloomberg bemoaned the lack of a private armed security force at Johns Hopkins University, his alma mater, due to the murder rate in Baltimore. The former mayor of New York City, who’s likely to run for president in 2020, has long been an advocate for gun control, but his comments on Tuesday raised eyebrows and accusations that his support of an armed private force on campus were at odds with his views on gun control.

How the Supreme Court could shape the 2020 presidential race

The Supreme Court's future is poised to turn into a defining battle in the 2020 presidential election, as justices consider taking up cases that touch some of the nation's most sensitive political divides.

Washington: Votes Scheduled on Gun Control in Senate Law & Justice Committee

On January 24th at 10:00AM, the Washington state Senate Committee on Law & Justice will be holding an executive session on anti-gun bills, where they are expected to be brought up for a vote.

Mike Rowe @ SHOT Show

Using lessons he learned from his time hosting the show “Dirty Jobs,” popular TV personality Mike Rowe promoted common sense and personal responsiblity at SHOT Show 2019, the nation’s largest annual gun industry convention. Organized by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), SHOT Show attracts upwards of 60,000 people each year.

Rowe, who made a name for himself showcasing the work ethic of blue collar workers on the show “Dirty Jobs,” told the audience of three major lessons he learned from people he met on the show–lessons that all came from people who owned guns.

“So much of what matters most to me came from people who own firearms,” Rowe said.

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South Dakota: Senate Passes Constitutional/Permitless Carry Legislation

Yesterday, the South Dakota Senate passed Senate Bill 47 by a 23 to 11 vote. 

Supreme Court Grants Cert in Critical Second Amendment Case

The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) today praised the Supreme Court’s decision to hear a critical case involving the fundamental, constitutional right to travel with a firearm. The case, which is backed by the National Rifle Association, challenges New York City's strict limits on the right to travel with a firearm outside of the home.  The right to travel is a precursor to the right of self-defense and defines gun ownership outside the home in general. 

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Women Represent Fastest-Growing Demographic of Hunters

More and more women in New York are picking up rifles for the first time, joining a growing population of female hunters.

Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to New York City Gun Ordinance

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a New York City ordinance that places restrictions on transporting handguns, marking the first time since 2010 the justices will take up a case involving the Second Amendment.