Hillary: Republicans ‘Put the NRA Ahead of American Families’
Clinton was reported as being visibly angry.
by Ken Meyer
Rudy Giuliani — Once Pro-gun Control — Slams Obama’s Proposal for Stricter Laws as Oregon Massacre Reignites Debate
“I think the President has very little knowledge of what causes crime or how to reduce crime.”
by Rachelle Blidner, Corky Siemaszko

ATF: All of Oregon Shooter's Firearms Were Purchased Legally
All of the guns were purchased in the past three years, some by the shooter and some by his family members.
by Fox News Insider
School District Fights ACLU, Vows to Keep Saying ‘God bless you’
Pastor Fream said it’s time for the community to stand together and send a message to the ACLU.
by Todd Starnes

Senator Blumenthal to Introduce Gun Legislation After Oregon Shooting
Proposed legislation seeks to ban gun sales without background checks.
by Inae Oh
Colorado College Bans The Words ‘Lord,’ ‘God,’ or ‘Jesus’
School bans references to Bible from football stadium.
by Casey Harper

Trial puts gun shop in line of fire for 'straw sale' blamed in cops' shooting
Milwaukee gun shop sold Taurus PT140 handgun used in crime.
by Fox News
Despite FBI Probe, Hillary Clinton's Security Clearance Remains Active
“If this were a normal employee, it would be entirely routine to temporarily suspend their access…”
by Sputnik

ACLU Targeting Louisiana School Over Educator's 'God Bless You' Greeting
“The United States Constitution requires public schools to ensure that state-supported activity is not used for religious indoctrination,” ACLU says.
by Fox News
Constitution Violated In Front of Constitution Center
Constitutional rights openly violated in Philadelphia.
by Jakari Jackson

Bill Clinton accuses GOP, media of stoking email controversy
“I’ve never seen so much expended on so little.”
by Ben Kamisar
DC Has Lost Another Gun Rights Case
Three-judge panel has thrown out several gun registration requirements.
by Hans von Spakovsky

Bayer Busted for $5.6 Million Over Deadly Chemical Blast
Explosion killed 2 workers at pesticide plant.
by Christina Sarich
Smartphone passcodes are protected by the Fifth Amendment, says US court
Ruling came as insider trading case between Securities and Exchange Commission and two ex-employees of credit card company drew to a conclusion.
by Lee Munson

Poll Shows Most US Citizens Lack Choice Due to Two-Party System
Vast majority of Americans believe a third US political party is needed.
by Sputnik
Top Mass. Court: Cops Can't Stop a Car Just Because It Smells Like Pot
Marijuana odor by itself does not justify a car search.
by Jacob Sullum