America Is Having A Heart Attack! Gov. Greg Abbott (R) said he planned to hold roundtable discussions starting Tuesday on how to make schools more secure....
Shut The Front Door! More than a month ago I was warning of a school shooting in Texas. I figured it would be in...
You gotta love a well placed bullet. The Golden State Killer terrorized California forty years ago. The case was never cold. The killer was...
Another Victory For Gun Control! The Toronto van attack suspect has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 cases of attempted murder. On...
The actions of a small-town gun store owner helped police short-circuit what they believe was a Syracuse University student’s plan to commit a mass shooting.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve observed a disturbing scenario unfold nationally and in West Virginia.
As we are now about a month out from the Parkland, Florida school shooting, the issue of mental illness in regards to mass murder and guns is still being debated instead of tangible solutions being put into place in a timely manner.
Short and to the point...while it must never be forgotten that in the case of any mass shooting the blame must always lie directly with the shooter alone, in some cases, however, the issue of complicity cannot be ignored.
And all of our conversations with usually President Larry Arnn of Hillsdale, as it will be today, are collected at HughforHillsdale.com. Dr. Arnn, good morning to you.
How do we keep our kids safe in school? There have been a number of good suggestions; but no solution guarantees complete security, especially when security measures already in place have failed our students.
"Going forward, we are raising the age restriction for purchase of firearms and ammunition to 21 years of age.
In gun-toting red-state Texas, many of the industries affected are in the travel industry with airlines, rental cars and hotels.
As we all know by now, last week the fires of hell reached up and touched the small city of Parkland, Florida...a city a bit too close for comfort from my hometown.
This column today is going to boil all the hyperbole away and look at the gun situation in our nation without rose-colored glasses for any side. As the old-detective on ‘Dragnet’ used to say; “Just the facts ma’am.”
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said he will announce legislation Wednesday to remove firearms from people who commit domestic violence crimes.