Posted by Fuzzy Slippers
on March 06, 202273 Comments
Democrat election lawyer Mark Elias predicted Democrats would try to keep Republicans off ballots using J6 as an excuse, and a North Carolina activist group took up the call. But a federal judge rejected the attempt.
Posted by William A. Jacobson
on November 03, 202123 Comments
"When Wednesday’s oral argument in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen drew to a close after roughly two hours of debate, it seemed likely that New York’s 108-year-old handgun-licensing law is in jeopardy."
Posted by Cody Wisniewski
on April 03, 202139 Comments
Young v. Hawaii: The case presented the Circuit with a not-so-straightforward question: Since Hawaii heavily regulates the concealed carriage of firearms, which licensing scheme has been upheld by the Ninth Circuit, can Hawaii even more heavily regulate the open carriage of firearms?
Posted by Stacey Matthews
on February 14, 2021106 Comments
Schumer may not be on board "And if Donald Trump ever stands for public office again... I hope, I pray, and I believe that he will meet the unambiguous rejection by the American people," Schumer said on the Senate floor Saturday after Trump's acquittal.