Gun Rights News

Is anyone else embarrassed by the great American gun debate? It’s not so great. In fact, much of it is absurd.

It’s been two weeks since the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead, and we’ve learned that much of what went wrong in that case had nothing to do with guns.


It had to do with armed

The wave of political debate in the wake of the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has, once again, exposed some of the more complicated arguments about guns. Unfortunately, those arguing for the tightest restrictions on firearms often know the least about what they are hoping to legislate. Here’s a good example.  

Gun Buyers ClubSen. Chuck Schumer on Sunday proposed banning assault rifles and expanding background checks and called on President Trump and GOP congressional leaders to back the measures to protect students so “they don’t worry about being shot.”


“We have to do something real so that when kids go to school, they worry about their tests, they don’t worry about being shot, ” the Senate minority leader said at a news conference in Manhattan surrounded by students and community

Gun Buyers ClubPresident Donald Trump speaks as Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) listen during a meeting on gun control with bipartisan members of the Congress at the White House on February 28, 2018.Alex Wong/Getty Images[1]


  • Gun control advocates are calling for a range of measures they say will help prevent future mass shootings like the one that took place at a Florida high school on February 14.
  • Chief among