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Rubio, Jordan File “Second Amendment Enforcement Act” To Strip D.C. Of Gun Control Powers

Rubio, Jordan File “Second Amendment Enforcement Act” To Strip D.C. Of Gun Control Powers

The District of Columbia has long been one of the least-free areas of the United States, with offensive gun control laws that make it nearly impossible for citizens to defend themselves from the many predators […]

Will Judge Hold D.C. In Contempt For Spiteful Gun Carry Law?

Will Judge Hold D.C. In Contempt For Spiteful Gun Carry Law?

The District of Columbia has a population of  646,449 (2013, U.S. Census Bureau). Of those nearly 650,000 citizens, only thirty have even attempted to go through the absurdly convoluted process that the city only created […]

Gun Rights Advocates Challenge Restrictive New DC Carry Law

Gun Rights Advocates Challenge Restrictive New DC Carry Law

Legislators have fought against the human right of self-defense  in the District of Columbia tooth and claw, and have only recently and begrudgingly passed a highly restrictive “may issue” concealed carry law when forced to […]

President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama

It’s Time For The President & First Lady To Carry Concealed

Earlier this month, a military veteran and climate change alarmist named Omar Gonzalez scaled the White House perimeter fence, sprinted across the lawn, and penetrated the building. We’re only belatedly finding out that he was […]

Why is Reagan National Airport Against Child Gun Safety?

Why is Reagan National Airport Against Child Gun Safety?

If you own a firearm, it needs to be securely stored where children and other unauthorized people cannot access it. It’s a completely uncontroversial message… or at least, it is for most rational people. It […]

People on National Mall React To News That D.C. Must Allow Concealed Carry [VIDEO]

People on National Mall React To News That D.C. Must Allow Concealed Carry [VIDEO]

Townhall’s Sarah Jean Seman and Kara Jones visited the National Mall to find out how people feel about the Palmer vs DC ruling.