Reason gets it right again: How to Count the Defensive Uses of Guns

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

Kentucky CCDW changes since 2004

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

The pushback against Campus Carry is much ado about nothing.

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.

A step in the right direction: Kentucky now allows you to apply for a CCDW online

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