D.C. Drops Appeal Of SAF Concealed Carry Victory

From the SAF press release: BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation will continue fighting the District of Columbia’s new concealed carry law, while notching a small victory with today’s decision by the city to drop its appeal of SAF’s victory in the Palmer case... Read More

Civil Rights Group Announces Commitment to Billy Johnson’s “Protecting Liberty” Documentary Film Project

New documentary film will show value of Second Amendment rights, take a hard look at violence and its causes. (Roseville, CA and Traverse City, MI) — Firearms Policy Coalition announced its support of a new documentary film, Protecting Liberty, helmed by noted Second Amendment gun rights... Read More

Arrest Of School Shooter’s Dad Shows Fatal Flaw Of Gun Control Measure, Says CCRKBA

From CCRKBA‘s news release: BELLEVUE, WA – Today’s arrest of Raymond Lee Fryberg, father of Marysville Pilchuck gunman Jaylen Fryberg, on charges of illegally purchasing the pistol used in that shooting demonstrates the fatal flaw of so-called “universal background check” legislation, the Citizens Committee for... Read More

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

VIDEO: Firearms and Freedoms – CATO’s #WhyLiberty with Brian Aitkin

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Jones’ Departure Chance for ATF to ‘Clean Up Its Act,’ Says CCRKBA

From the CCRKBA press release: BELLEVUE, WA – Today’s announced resignation of B. Todd Jones as director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives will give the agency an opportunity to begin repairing its image following a string of debacles that included Operation Fast... Read More

Gun Group Says ‘Traitor’ Joe Manchin Has to Go, Pushes #BootJoe Campaign

(Washington, D.C.) — Following West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin’s March 20 veto of Senate Bill 347, a move possibly inspired by U.S. Senator Joe Manchin’s fierce opposition to the civil rights proposal, gun rights supporters have renewed calls to ouster Manchin from their ranks.... Read More
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Gotham ‘gun shop’ appears as ruse to preach anti-firearm message

From FoxNews.com: A “gun shop” that suddenly appeared in the heart of Manhattan last week only to close its doors after two days was actually an elaborate ruse by a pro-gun control group that sought to lure potential customers in order to make their anti-firearms... Read More

West Virginia Gov. Tomblin Vetoes SB 347

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (March 20, 2015) – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today vetoed Senate Bill 347, creating Firearms Act of 2015: “Throughout my career, I have strongly supported the Second Amendment, as demonstrated by my repeated endorsements and high grades from the National Rifle Association. However,... Read More