Chicago law enforcement file hate crime charges for the kidnapping and torture of disabled teenager (Photo: Associated Press) Four people have been charged with committing a hate crime for allegedly kidnapping and broadcasting the torture of a mentally challenged teenager in Chicago, but what exactly makes a crime a “hate crime”?
The new American Wilderness Rifle will join the ranks of Remington’s Model 700 series. (Photo: Remington Arms Company) Remington Arms Company recently announced the 700 American Wilderness Rifle will join the company’s popular Model 700 series of long guns. The AWR version is chock-full of features that allow the rifle to
The Sovereign is a durable, lightweight can designed to reduce sound without compromising mobility. (Photo: Liberty Suppressors) Georgia-based Liberty Suppressors unveiled a new .30 caliber silencer called Sovereign aimed at precision rifle shooters and hunters. The lightweight Sovereign tips scales at a mere 12.7 ounces with an overall length of
Florida Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith, an Orlando-area Democrat, is backing a ban on guns he terms “military-style assault weapons.” (Photo: Christopher Heath/WFTV via twitter) Orlando-area lawmakers, using the Pulse nightclub terror attack as a call to action, have filed legislation to ban some semi-automatic firearms and their magazines to Florida.
Jeff Sessions, President-elect Trump’s nominee for attorney general (Photo: Daily Kos) Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, President-elect Trump’s nominee for attorney general, is set to fight for the rights of gun owners throughout the country, but all signs point to a rocky confirmation hearing ahead. In a recent USA Today editorial,
A new permit in South Dakota designed to speed up the gun buying process is seeing implementation delays this week, after it was supposed to take effect on the first of the year. Applicants for the “gold card” undergo a check with the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System, have their
Are bald eagles dying from lead ammunition in Iowa? (Photo: Shutterstock) Last month a few bald eagles fell from lead poisoning in the state of Iowa, but exactly how prevalent is the problem in the state? Lawrence G. Keane writes in a letter to The Des Moines Register that the
From AZ Central — Arizona’s private elementary, middle and high schools can allow guns on campus, according to a new Arizona Attorney General’s Office opinion. Sen. Steve Yarbrough, R-Chandler, requested the legal opinion several months ago. He got his answer late Friday. According to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, state and federal