On June 30, former CNN anchor Lynne Russell was saved from an alleged armed robber when her husband Chuck de Caro drew his 9mm and killed the attacker.
On June 24, Breitbart News reported that a Hollywood, Florida, Domino’s Pizza delivery driver shot and killed one of two alleged armed robbers who demanded his money.
According to witnesses to the June 26 terror attack in Tunisia, armed police “arrived at the scene within minutes,” but were too “paralyzed by fear” to intervene.
Some franchises from the restaurant chain Chicken Express are celebrating July 4th by giving away a #1 combo meal to any customer who comes and shows his or her concealed carry weapons permit.
On June 28 Bishop Ira Combs said various congregants in his church are armed and that any would-be attackers would not given the chance to reload if they began shooting.
In an interview with retired California judge LaDoris Cordell, reality star Kim Kardashian admitted to not really being “a gun person,” but she said we need more gun control in America.
According to a Tuesday Suffolk University/USA Today survey, 70 percent of respondents said they do not want the federal government imposing a ban on the sale or manufacture of the Confederate flag.
In a Suffolk University/USA TODAY survey released on Tuesday, Americans said they do not want gun control to be a “significant subject” in the 2016 elections, by a margin of 52 to 43.
On Sunday, a man allegedly pulled a gun on a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver and got shot by the driver, who turned out to be armed. The incident took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
On March 24, Gov. Chris Christie (R) said he would “respect” gun rights “appropriately” if voters gave him a pro-legislature. However, his past actions do not support this.
A recently released Columbia University study shows that 1 in 3 Americans are gun owners. The study was conducted by assistant professor of epidemiology Bindu Kalesan and included an examination of “gun ownership information gathered from study subjects aged 18 years old
On June 29, The Washington Post (WaPo) called out gun control Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) for his “misleading” and exaggerated claims regarding school shootings since the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut.
In the wake of the heinous attack on Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, a 28-year-old activist named Taurean Brown is urging blacks to prepare to defend themselves should such an attack occur again.
In April Breitbart News reported the Senior District Judge Richard Matsch threw out a lawsuit filed by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence on behalf of the parents of Aurora shooting suspect James Holmes. The suit, filed against online ammo retailer Lucky Gunner and other outlets, sought monetary relief for ammunition and firearms supplies purchased by Holmes.
On Sunday, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said the June 17 attack on Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church highlights the need to crack down on gun shows.
On June 28, an UBER driver stopped his car to pick up a passenger and ended up shooting the man after allegedly being attacked and choked.
A New Jersey Transit bus driver recently denied service to retired Staff Sergeant Daniel Wright because Wright had his service dog with him when trying to board.
On June 26, Alabama Flag & Banner began making Confederate flags in-house, after “a manufacturer decided to no longer supply Confederate flags to [the] business.”
On Friday, The Washington Post ran a column asking readers to “look away from the Confederate flag” and look instead at the gun alleged Charleston attacker Dylann Roof held in his hand.
On Saturday, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told supporters in Las Vegas that Obama’s gun control proposals would not have stopped any of the attacks “that have taken place in the last couple of years.”
The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) is asking city council members to reword a gun storage proposal so that former and off-duty cops are exempted from a gun storage requirement now being discussed.
On June 24, a Fort Myers, Florida, man put a gun to ex-wife’s head, only to have her take it from him when he tried to manipulate the slide and clear a jam. She then reloaded the gun and ordered her ex-husband out of the house.
When the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that every state must recognize same sex marriages, they used a basis for judgement that will not easily stop at same sex marriage. In fact, it is a basis for judgement that should offer itself to national reciprocity of concealed carry permits and permit holders.
On the June 22 airing of Fox News’ The Five, Juan Williams concurred with the argument that none of Obama’s post-Charleston gun control proposals would have prevented the attack from happening but said that doesn’t mean more gun control shouldn’t be passed anyway.
On June 26, the Huffington Post ran a column focused on how Australian comedian Jim Jefferies “shoots down [the] 2nd Amendment with humor.”