Category: FPC Blog

Brady Center Loses Lawsuit Targeting Online Ammo Sellers

In an order released yesterday, Senior U.S. District Judge Richard P. Matsch ruled against the plaintiffs in the case of Sandy Phillips, et al., v. Lucky Gunner, LLC., et al.  Sandy and Lonnie Phillips are the parents of Jessica Ghawi, one of the victims of the Aurora movie... Read More

BREAKING: Ninth Circuit Orders En Banc Rehearing in Peruta v. San Diego CCW Lawsuit

In orders released moments ago, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered en banc rehearings in the landmark right-to-carry cases Peruta v. San Diego and Richards v. Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto. From the filed orders: THOMAS, Chief Judge: Upon the vote of a majority... Read More

U.S. District Court finds provision of 1968 Gun Control Act unconstitutional

2/18/15 Breaking News In another victory for Second Amendment civil rights by attorney Alan Gura, a United States District Court found a provision of the Gun Control Act of 1968 unconstitutional as applied to some people who, like the plaintiff in the case, are currently... Read More

FPC’s Gun Control Buzzword Bingo

Have some fun with the mainstream media’s uncontrollable bias against Second Amendment rights by playing FPC’s Gun Control Buzzword Bingo.... Read More

Lies, Damn Lies, and…Gun Control Propaganda

The anti-rights community loves to throw out (up?) cute little misleading info-graphics, like this one from the ill-named Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (formerly Legal Community Against Violence / LCAV): It’s no surprise to us that the “statistics” they used to develop their “serious” conversation... Read More

What Does Noel Canning Have To Do With The Second Amendment?

In the course of reviewing the Supreme Court’s latest decisions, one article I found to be particularly intriguing is law professor William Baude’s “Symposium: What divides the Court, and what unites it.” While the NLRB v. Noel Canning decision turned on a Constitutional analysis of presidential authority and... Read More

Google Should Have Googled It First: New ‘Dangerous Products or Services’ Ad Policy Targets Protected Speech, Self-Defense

Google Should Have Googled It First New ‘Dangerous Products or Services’ Ad Policy Targets Protected Speech, Self-Defense Apparently, Google failed to use its own search engine product before announcing their new “Dangerous Products or Services” policy, which is slated to go into effect “around September [of 2014].”... Read More

Anyone, Anywhere, For Any Reason…Or None At All

Anyone, Anywhere, For Any Reason…Or None At All Tweet The most restrictive firearm laws in the country did nothing to keep a deranged narcissist from shooting 3 people to death, and stabbing 3 others with equal results. So, of course, the response of our do-gooder... Read More

It’s So…Predictable

Tweet One of the ways we can test the truth of a theory is by observing its “predictive power.” For example, if I throw a ball in the air, it will surely fall to the ground unless acted upon by some other force. The fact... Read More

Video: Black History & The Second Amendment

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