As 100 communities adopt Second Amendment Sanctuary resolutions, the leftist elite in Richmond continue to misunderstand this movement among the citizenry.
Metcalfe County Fiscal Court held off Tuesday on joining several other county governments that have approved various versions of actions supporting their residents' right to own firearms.
The Prince William County Board of Supervisors will set aside, for now, any further discussion on a proposed resolution urging Virginia lawmakers to support a handful of new laws aimed at preventing gun violence.
Amid a growing national drive in some 20 states to provide “gun sanctuaries” in areas where calls are increasing for new controls, gun policy has become the second most “extremely important” issue in the 2020 elections.
As counties across Kentucky become or consider becoming Second Amendment sanctuaries, a plan to do so in Nelson County has hit a snag.
State Rep. Ken Pullin has filed legislation targeting any future laws that would require those who are found to be a threat to themselves or others to surrender their weapons.
Biasiucci’s bill to make Arizona a Second Amendment sanctuary state is a symbolic message at the state capitol and a reassurance to gun-loving voters.
Lynchburg City Council will hold a public hearing tonight about whether to become a Second Amendment Sanctuary. The city’s proposed resolution says it will uphold the Second Amendment rights of citizens, and public funds will not be used to restrict those rights.
Dave Marsden referred to citizens as "little kids" during a public forum. When he was caught making the statement, instead of apologizing he released a pathetic statement.
After about three hours of discussion and comments, Waynesboro City Council took no action on a proposed resolution to make the city a "constitutional city."