The National Rifle Association, the country's largest gun-rights organization, quickly condemned the move as an "assault on our Second Amendment rights in the Golden State."
"The lurid facts underlying the dispute between North and LaPierre, and whether North is being singled out from other directors, is not relevant to what is in front of me," the judge said.
The New York Attorney General has sued the National Rifle Association and its former PR firm over what she alleges is a pattern of obstruction from the nation's largest gun-rights group.
The National Rifle Association and its estranged PR firm Ackerman McQueen engaged in a failed attempt at settlement negotiations to resolve ongoing litigation between the two organizations, a spokesperson for the NRA told Newsweek.
"I want to take everyone back to one of the earliest attempts at mass confiscation of firearms in the United States," Loesch said. "And that was Wounded Knee."
Coulter on Sunday weighed in on a Twitter discussion about gun control in the wake of Texas' second mass shooting during August.
A poll by Fox News reveals declining support for the NRA among Americans and also gun-owning households as President Donald Trump mulls new gun control legislation.
A picture of a man with a large semi-automatic rifle slung over his shoulder in a Starbucks prompted social media debate Wednesday over "open carry" and U.S. gun rights.
Even without new legislation, there is nothing stopping gun dealers from raising concerns about customers, or denying a sale.
Australia radically changed its gun laws after a 1996 massacre and bought back hundreds of thousands of guns from its citizens. Could the same work in the U.S.?
Blueprints for gun printing were set for release on the internet.
"There is nothing toxic about masculinity, but there are plenty of toxic things about third-wave feminism."
Kansas Secretary of State and Republican candidate for governor, Kris W. Kobach, waved to families at a parade outside Kansas City while riding in a red, white and blue Jeep Wrangler fitted with a mounted machine gun Saturday.
America doesn't have a gun problem. It's enduring a crisis of inappropriately treated mental illness that began decades ago but has worsened in recent years.
Allowing teachers to have access to firearms at school became a national issue after President Donald Trump advocated it in response to the Feb. 14 massacre of 17 at a Parkland, Florida, high school.
The former governor blamed "irrational vitriol" and "intolerant and vicious statements" for his near-immediate resignation.
Erick Erickson lashed out at David Hogg, a student who survived the Parkland school shooting.
The former Celebrity Apprentice contestant Jesse James wants to sell Trump his custom .45 pistol.
"There is no reason why addressing this crisis should come at the expense of our Second Amendment rights," Pennsylvania State Senator Scott Wagner said.
Texas's defiance and love of firepower lives on.
The filmmaker wants to repeal the Second Amendment. And he's not the only one.