An official Connecticut report dismisses most of the gun control narrative.
A bumbling SWAT raid killed the hardworking Guerena, a combat Marine veteran of two tours.
The outrageous felony perjury charge becomes a misdemeanor, to be expunged from her record after one year.
As with her husband's prosecution, there is no evidence to support a filing.
Before blaming the boogeyman, Joe Nocera and Rep. John Tierney should have done some reasoning.
No intellectually honest protester — or jury — could have convicted. Challenge the mob's assertions with this summary.
Also, Judge Nelson references case law that appears to contradict her, and a dummy takes a beating.
The astounding details of how a prosecution appeared to establish reasonable doubt.
Week One saw the prosecution playing defense.
The bizarre trial, in which the prosecution must impeach the police investigation, begins.
An op-ed posted on the Fox News website misses the mark.
No other proposal is economically feasible ... or provides better safety.
"Zero tolerance" for guns leads to college educated adults becoming irrational. Related: Today's Hysterical Gun Freakout: Teacher Invades Kid's Privacy, Threatens Him Over Digital Photo of Airsoft Gun
An ideological chasm often exists between police officers and their desk-bound superiors.
These weapons are appropriate in precious few situations.
Cloaking a union power grab in the conservative language of "accountability".
We cops know the truth, but we rarely explain it to civilians or politicians.
Not satire: if too many minority students are getting detentions, the Justice Department may come knocking.
A citizen holding a gun while defending his home should not be considered cause for deadly force.
Students lose a massive amount of the school year to unproductive demands.
The law is sensible and should not be changed. Also see: Video: Zimmerman Friend, a Former CNN Anchor, Calls for Patience
If the Volt is a harbinger of salvation, the industry might be wishing Obama hadn't bothered saving it.
When protecting our lives, we can rely only upon ourselves.
One man has filed a class-action lawsuit against the state of Florida for a citation he got in 2009. He deserves to win.
All evidence suggests an incompetent investigation and raid resulted in the death of an innocent father and Marine.