With the messy and uncertain ending to the campus carry fight, it’s worth asking: Who won?
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I expected a tea party rally with heavy security. Or at least an information booth on outfitting your bunker for the coming race wars. But no. The NRA exhibits were nerdy good times for people who think guns are interesting.
Kyle Coplen, the 29-year-old student who started the Armed Citizen Project, seems to be having fun messing with the Texas media.
This weekend, an estimated 70,000 people converged on the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston to attend the 142nd National Rifle Association Annual Meeting and Exhibits.
Rick Perry blasts President Obama’s gun proposals and suggests that gun violence is caused by evil. Perry’s solution? Pray.
The renewed debate over gun control has lately settled into two broad camps: those who think more guns in the right hands would reduce […]
Here’s the good news about our seemingly intractable gun problem. The gun culture, and dare I say the NRA, may not have much of a future in this increasingly urban, multiracial nation.