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Some defense attorneys have challenged the controversial gun law [prohibiting gun ownership by illegal drug users], calling it unconstitutionally vague. Others have argued that it violates the Second Amendment. But federal appellate courts have so far upheld the convictions, including one that cited a “well-established link between chronic drug useRead More →

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Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, Pool) Murphy and Cornyn had engaged in long-shot discussions over narrower proposals to strengthen background check systems for gun buyers. Two House-passed bills to greatly expand background checks have all but stalled out in the Senate. Despite overwhelming public support for background checkRead More →

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Shutterstock By Larry Keane Gun control supporters are howling. They’re gnashing teeth with rage knowing that their “failed experiment” and labyrinth of lies came crashing down. Their gun grab is revealed for what it is – unconstitutional. U.S. District Court Judge Roger Benitez struck down California’s 30-year-old ban on ModernRead More →

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(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) Although [Judge Roger] Benitez’s detailed analysis of Second Amendment jurisprudence should serve as the more important takeaway from Friday’s decision [declaring California’s assault weapons ban unconstitutional], as coverage of the decision has already shown, when guns are involved, the narrative and public opinion prove key. That same coverageRead More →

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By Larry Keane A major tenet of the Chinese Communist Party is the strict regulation of civilian firearm ownership. They do so under the guise of “protecting human rights” and “reducing gun crimes.” They even criticize the United States for not following their example. But there’s a connection between theRead More →