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.
A judge rules people cannot carry their guns into the St. Louis Zoo.
As mass shootings become more common, the FBI has endorsed a training program for first responders—one that recommends civilians keep their guns holstered.
California arguably is ideal ground for Hillary Clinton to call out Bernie Sanders for his gun-voting record.
In 46 states, anyone can walk into a store and buy bullets, no questions asked.
All dealers selling guns—whether at shows, in flea markets, on the Internet—are required to get licenses and run background checks on buyers.
No right is unlimited. A well-regulated militia does not include enemies of the state.
Civil jury verdicts like the one in Milwaukee could pressure gun sellers into preventing illegal sales.
There is an easy solution to America's arguments about gun control, but the childish extremists on both sides need to leave the room.
While his Republican presidential rivals advocate sentence reform, the Wisconsin government gets tougher on criminals.
A Pew survey finds a majority of Americans say gun rights are more important than controls.