Last week, Kansas was awarded a 2.7 million dollar federal grant issued through the Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program, to continue to grow its walk-in hunting access (WIHA) program.
On Friday, August 28, 2015, the National Rifle Association filed an important amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in the case of Friedman v. City of Highland Park (No. 15-133). The case challenges the City’s archaic ban on common semi-automatic rifles that it pejoratively labels “assault weapons,” as well as standard-capacity magazines with […]
Hillary Clinton has long pushed to regulate access to guns. In her Friday speech, she pledged her presidency would be no different.“Now I know the politics are hard. I know that some would rather throw up their hands and give up the fight, but not me. I’m not going to sit by while more good […]
Rather's basic conceit is that the line between journalist and activist shouldn't exist. As in, journalists' job following the murders of two young journalists is to keep the story of gun violence in front of the American public because, in so doing, it will prod the political process to action. Journalists, to quote Rather, should […]
More guns equals more murders? That's not quite how it works. A 2004 report by a National Academy of Sciences panel said the evidence does "not credibly demonstrate a causal relationship between the ownership of firearms and the causes or prevention of criminal violence or suicide."
Starting Tuesday, Texans have new recourse when they think such signs have been wrongly posted on government property.“For the first time, individual citizens can write … and ask for an explanation of why the sign is there,” Tripp said.