Requiring government officials to obtain a court-approved warrant before conducting a search is a pillar of our constitutional legal protections. But as government has grown in size and power, that basic right -- guaranteed in the Fourth Amendment -- has been dangerously compromised by the rise of "administrative subpeonas":
A federal district court in Texas has struck a long-overdue blow for freedom and the Second Amendment, with a ruling that overturns part of a 1968 gun control law that banned the sale of handguns to out-of-state residents:
There are still a LOT of localities in the United States that ban individuals from carrying firearms. But take a look at this...
Yes, that's a picture of Eleanor Roosevelt's carry permit, issued in 1957 (good only in Upstate New York, not New York City). We bet she knew how to use her gun, too. And here's a question you might ask of bureaucrats and anti-gun "activists" who still refuse to allow people to exercise their Second Amendment rights: