Rep. John Tierney (D-Mass.) proposed safe gun legislation that would require newly manufactured handguns to be personalized so they are operable only by the owner.
A followup to "Gun Control 2013: The Debate Isn't About Guns, But Who's Holding Them," which was originally titled "In Guns We Trust."
Folks on the left go farther every day in trying to demonize opponents to gun control. The New York Times' Stanley Fish attempts guilt by association, lumping the NRA with secessionists.
The issue of gun regulation isn't as contentious as it first appears. There is a midde ground to be found, if only we're willing to search for it.
Why is it crazy to fear the government abusing our Second Amendment rights? Take a look around. The Obama administration alone has provided reason to fear government tyranny and abuse.
Whether you put your faith in the Second Amendment's "well-regulated militia" or the federal government's role in dissolving them, you are putting your faith in guns. Or rather: in guns we trust.
As a libertarian, I opposed Manchin-Toomey because I thought it created a national gun registry — an Orwellian prospect. Now I know my fellow Republicans misled me.
Representative Janice Hahn (D-Calif.) introduced new legislation that would make it illegal for stalkers to purchase guns.