Kansas Republicans override Democrat governor’s veto of sweeping election reform

Kansas Republicans override Democrat governor’s veto of sweeping election reform

by WorldTribune Staff, May 4, 2021 The Republican-controlled state legislature in Kansas has successfully enacted one of the most sweeping election integrity laws in the nation, lowered the age for concealed carry, and cut income taxes after overriding Democrat Gov. Laura Kelly’s vetoes of those measures. The election integrity legislation bans ballot harvesting, prohibits electioneering, […]

Supreme Court to decide if Second Amendment protects concealed carry

Supreme Court to decide if Second Amendment protects concealed carry

by WorldTribune Staff, April 26, 2021 In a major gun rights case, the Supreme Court on Monday announced it will decide whether citizens can be legally prohibited from carrying concealed handguns for self-defense outside their homes. While most states provide permits to all qualified applicants, some claim the authority to require citizens to prove special […]

President: Second Amendment gone if Biden wins

President: Second Amendment gone if Biden wins

by WorldTribune Staff, August 7, 2020 The Second Amendment “dosen’t have a chance” if Joe Biden wins in November, President Donald Trump said on Thursday. Trump tweeted: “Just like Radical Left New York is trying to destroy the NRA, if Biden becomes President your GREAT SECOND AMENDMENT doesn’t have a chance. Your guns will be […]

Virginia on edge: ‘We are being set up,’ Senator warns pro-gun protesters

Virginia on edge: ‘We are being set up,’ Senator warns pro-gun protesters

by WorldTribune Staff, January 19, 2020 Thousands of gun rights advocates in Virginia who plan to rally at the state capitol on Monday have been warned that state officials are looking for any reason possible to squelch their efforts to defend the Second Amendment and could even use government plants. In a Facebook post on […]

Gun madness: Polls show public attitudes shifting against government

Gun madness: Polls show public attitudes shifting against government

by WorldTribune Staff, March 2, 2018 Americans believe government inaction on threats and violent video games and movies are more to blame for mass shootings than weak gun control laws, two new polls show. A Rasmussen Reports poll in the wake of last month’s Florida school shooting found that 54 percent of adults blame the […]