The (Non-Bipartisan) Universal Background Check Act of 2019

On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, the Democrat-led House passed H.R. 8, the Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019 which would require all gun sales go through a NICS background check, with few exceptions, such as transfers between family members or letting a friend or family member borrow a firearm at the range or for hunting […]

What Does the Gun Stand for?

This, unfortunately, is what the typical anti-gun person thinks a gun owner looks like:  “old, fat, white guys and they’re all racists and they hate everyone.” (Sarah Cade, Star Tribune)  For a group of people so “woke,” they sure aren’t afraid to show their intolerance, ageism and body shaming, are they? Why it is okay […]

Why Universal Background Checks Don’t Work

“Most Americans support background checks, but they … have very little clue about what that means…” -David Kopel, Constitutional law professor Let’s get one thing straight. When you hear or read about the “gun show loophole,” you are reading a lie. Propaganda made up by those who want to take away your rights. First, let’s […]

Gun-Related Deaths Reach Highest Peak…Or Have They?

We’ve been seeing this headline off and on all year. It is alarming and not necessarily false. Recently it’s been making the rounds again in mainstream media—CNN, Fox News, Time magazine—stating that a CDC report finds that gun deaths in the U.S. are the highest they’ve been in 40 years. GunLove can’t find the original […]

Is Gun Control on the Horizon?

The incoming Democrat-controlled House has vowed to prioritize gun control for the coming session of Congress. Up first will be a universal background check bill. Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA) will introduce the bill. He co-authored a universal background check law in 2015. Those outspoken on the issue say they have bipartisan support. The “Gun Show […]

Motion to Ban AR Parts Kits Filed in House

The now Dem-controlled House wasted no time to move their agenda forward by filing H. R. 7115—essentially banning 80% lowers and AR-15 parts kits. Dubbed the “3-D Firearms Prohibitions Act,” H.R. 7115, actually has nothing to do with 3D-printed firearms. Introduced by Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., (D-NJ,) with 16 co-sponsors, the bill intends to “prohibit […]

ATF Secretly Reverses Prior Laws and Regulations

In a move described as “alarming” by a Pennsylvania Second Amendment advocacy law firm, Prince Law, the U.S Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Ohio recently indicted and charged veteran Kelland Wright of possessing an unregistered SBR because his AR pistol had an angled foregrip and pistol brace installed. Price Law, one of the […]

No Red and Blue Banks Act Introduced

Should there be a law preventing banks from discriminating against gun companies? ‘If you want to make banking a red versus blue issue, then you don’t need to do business with the federal government.’-Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) After the February 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, many private companies decided […]