Reason's always been pro-gun and a source for rational discourse when it comes to debunking the various flawed arguments gun control proponents come up with. They have a new article out addressing the many issues with the antigun tactic of "driving the numbers down" for Defensive Gun Uses: Stringent gun control advocates are fond of underestimating the possible importance … Continue reading Reason gets it right again: How to Count the Defensive Uses of Guns
Someone on Reddit linked to this article from back in Nov 2014, but it's worth sharing. Since 2004 there have been a number of changes to the Kentucky CCDW law: • Active and honorably discharged military personnel who apply for licenses are no longer required to undergo training on state laws related to legal liability and the use … Continue reading Kentucky CCDW changes since 2004
Campus Carry is making the news, especially after the remarks of one Nevada Lawmaker who suggested that women shooting rapists would have a deterrence effect: The sponsor of a bill in Nevada, Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, said in a telephone interview: “If these young, hot little girls on campus have a firearm, I wonder how many … Continue reading The pushback against Campus Carry is much ado about nothing.
Color me shocked to find a piece of relatively even handed reporting about changes to Kentucky's CCDW process: The process requires state police to either issue or deny a license within 15 days of receiving an electronic application — down from the 60-day processing period allowed for paper applications. Supporters, including the National Rifle Association, … Continue reading A step in the right direction: Kentucky now allows you to apply for a CCDW online