Published on January 29, 2016
Terrified Germans are looking for firearms for protection against incoming migrants, but the law requires them to jump through bureaucrat hoops just to obtain gas… READ MORE
Blood stains and flak jackets used by attackers remain in the hallway of a dormitory where a militant attack took place, at Bacha Khan University in Charsadda

Pakistan attack raises tough question: should teachers shoot back?

Published on January 22, 2016
Stuck with 15 of his students on a third floor balcony of a campus building as gunmen came up the stairs, university director Mohammad Shakil… READ MORE

How ‘Smart Guns’ Could Eventually Help Shape US Foreign Policy

Published on January 8, 2015
On Nov. 3, 1969, president Richard Nixon addressed the nation, at one point laying out what he said had “been described as the Nixon Doctrine,”… READ MORE

Did Parliament Shooting Change Canada’s Gun Control Debate?

by Andrew Blankstein
Published on October 30, 2014

The shooting of an Army reservist and storming of the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa last week by a rifle-wielding man had barely ended when American… READ MORE
Annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Held In D.C.

Mike Huckabee Cites Canadian Parliament Shooting While Criticizing Obama On Gun Control

by Paige Lavender
Published on October 29, 2014
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) cited the Oct. 23 shooting in Ottawa, Canada, while criticizing President Barack Obama on gun control. In a post… READ MORE

Activists struggle to loosen gun laws in Mexico

by Nick Miroff, The Washington Post
Published on July 23, 2014

MEXICO CITY — Luis Merino may be the loneliest gun rights activist in North America. Like a kid in a pastry shop, he gazes longingly… READ MORE

AK-47s become hot commodity after U.S. sanctions

by CNNMoney
Published on July 21, 2014

Here’s a surprising effect of the latest U.S. sanctions against Russia: a run on AK-47s. Among the companies sanctioned this week was Kalashnikov Concern, the… READ MORE

Small-arms treaty, big Second Amendment threat

by James A. Lyons, The Washington Times
Published on July 17, 2014

In a little-noticed action, the U.N. General Assembly on April 2, 2013, adopted by “majority vote” an Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) with the objective of… READ MORE

Tiny Cowboy Named ‘Woody’ Disarmed by Security at London Airport

by Jason Howerton, The Blaze  |  published on February 11, 2014
A well-known character was recently deemed a security threat and disarmed at Heathrow Airport in London. A Woody doll — from the popular “Toy Story” movies — reportedly had his tiny six-shooter confiscated by security staff at the airport. The doll reportedly belongs to a father, who says he has traveled the world with Woody taking pictures for his son.… READ MORE

Wrong turn for U.S. Army veteran carrying handgun in car may lead to three-year jail term in Canada

by DAILY MAIL  |  published on February 7, 2014
What started out as a romantic getaway for a Kentucky couple could land the Army veteran husband in a Canadian jail for three years – and all because of bad GPS directions. Louis DiNatale, 46, was arrested in September for trying to sneak a handgun into Ontario after he took a wrong turn and wound up on a bridge crossing… READ MORE

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