The Illinois House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to allow residents to carry concealed guns, which would bring Illinois into line with gun laws in all of the other 49 states.
Stan Veuger’s running gag of “21 Greatest Conservative Rap Songs of All Time” is one of the few things The Free Beacon and The New Republic can mutual agree on: it’s contrived dreck that’s co-opting hip-hop to fit into AEI policy. Perhaps it’s the only thing we agree upon. It’s like cats befriending dogs.
The District of Columbia is considering a proposal that would require gun buyers to maintain at least a $250,000 insurance policy.
There are a lot of things to dislike about a planned march on Washington, D.C., in which gun owners will openly carry firearms. Primary among them is the fact that it’s being organized by a 9/11 Truther. Secondary among them is that the last thing the gun rights movement needs right now is a messy incident on the footsteps of the Capitol. However, someone should explain to D.C.’s chief cop that the march is a textbook example of civil disobedience:
Background checks for firearms have spiked more than 6,000 percent in the state of Connecticut in the wake of the Newtown shooting and the state’s sweeping gun control package.
A Connecticut gun manufacturer announced plans to leave the state after the strict gun control measures enacted last week.
Customers buying guns in states like California and New Jersey may soon be forced to pay sales taxes on firearms they purchase, as part of state and local gun control efforts.