Hillary Clinton said she was not interested in taking away guns from Americans during her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, in spite of her past comments on the issue.
I carried a gun around the Democratic National Convention, and it was a real pain.
Last week, for the Republican National Convention, the Washington Free Beacon staff stayed in a wonderful modern home in the Tremont section of Cleveland. With nine 20- and 30-something reporters packed into a three-bedroom house, the vibe quickly spiraled toward frat house. There was a heated argument over the proper response to receiving a steak that’s not cooked to your liking—the main takeaway being not to throw away said steak right in front of the man who cooked it for you. One Free Beaconer burned himself while removing a tray of baked potatoes from the oven with his bare hands.
A gun rights advocacy group hosted a town-hall style meeting for Black Philadelphians on Monday to learn more about their Second Amendment rights and how to legally exercise them while Democrats gathered at the Wells Fargo Center for the Democratic National Convention.
PHILADELPHIA—Democratic senators, congressmen, and governors told a group of gun control advocates they are confident in Hillary Clinton at an event in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
I carried a gun around the Event Zone at the Republican National Convention, and it was no big deal.
The National Rifle Association said Wednesday it was concerned about “headwinds” facing pro-gun candidates in upcoming Senate elections but remains confident in its decision to support Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.
CLEVELAND, Ohio—Cleveland gun shops have seen no noticeable increase in gun sales in the lead up to the Republican National Convention.