The More Guns, Less Crime author is back, with harrowing statistics.
Despite his law degree, an MSNBC appearance revealed him ignorant of two elements of the Constitution.
And why progressives just don't get it.
The violent imagery problem that deserves a national conversation.
With so much case study available, you would think advocates could show us more convincing evidence.
Like it or not, the low-information voter is the battleground.
This class of bullets is already illegal. Why does Obama suggest further legislation?
What's the problem? University statistics show no correlation between carry permits and crime. Related: Colorado Legislators Propose to Ban Shotguns
State Senator Adam Kline's "mistake" excuse doesn't fly, considering he has done this twice before.
We can make a good start by spending money on the mentally ill more efficiently.
Surprising results when comparing murder rates for specific Canadian provinces with their American neighbors.
Senator Cruz requested a statement from expert Clayton Cramer to be discussed at Tuesday's committee meeting.
The outrageous rhetoric and threats coming from some Democrats demonstrate the necessity of the Second Amendment.
Statistics do not point to criminals using this tactic.
Cornel West's assertion is as simplistic as that of gun control advocates.
It's all but impossible now to involuntarily commit the obviously ill.
Are sky-high black crime rates responsible for prejudice in America?
Making abortion readily available is valuable not only to irresponsible women, but also to irresponsible men.
Statistics show that concealed carry permit holders are far less likely to commit gun crimes than the general population.
A beautiful ideal, but not terribly practical for the messy world in which we live.
Nicholas Nickleby and Obama's promotion of "green energy."
How much do CEO and other top exec salaries add to the cost of drugs?
If the Republican Party really wanted to win in 2012, they would raise this issue.
The evidence suggests otherwise — but for the wrong reason.