Pro-Second Amendment legislation should get a push when the new Congress convenes in January, 2017, after more than a dozen Republican House members revived the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus (CSAC).
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A few weeks ago, two men were convicted in Kansas under the National Firearms Act for doing what was legal under state law. The feds ignored a state law that prohibited the federal government from enforcing any laws restricting firearms within the borders of Kansas.
States have tried, unsuccessfully, to stop the federal government from enforcing its gun control laws within their borders. Recently, Kansas enacted the Second Amendment Protection Act that made it a felony for federal agents to enforce any gun laws within Kansas. Unfortunately, that did not work and two Kansas residents were convicted of violating the National Firearms Act a few weeks ago. Texas is seeking to accomplish a federal enforcement ban, but is approaching it from a different angle—lack of cooperation.
Deborah Duncan, host of the Great Day Houston television show, talks with Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington and Rania Mankarious, executive director of Houston Crime Stoppers, about the new campus-carry gun law on college campuses.
Earlier this week, a good samaritan possessing a CWFL came to the rescue of a Lee County Florida deputy. The deputy had pulled over a suspect. Before the deputy could exit his vehicle, the suspect exited his vehicle, ran to the deputy’s car, and dragged the officer from his cruiser. The suspect then started violently attacking the officer and trying to get his gun while punching him multiple times.
U.S. Law Shield/Texas Law Shield surveyed its members to determine which law or laws topped the list of what its members wanted. Topping the list was national concealed carry reciprocity, ending gun-free zones on military bases, legalizing silencers, NICS background check reform, and allowing importation of collectible historical firearms.
Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Emily Taylor addresses the pitfalls and problems of carrying firearms onto and around school property.
Halloween is an exciting time of year for people of all ages, but what are the Dos and Don’ts when it comes to licensed gun owners. Here are 5 Tips to help ensure you stay safe during Halloween.
Do you have a tip for a safe Halloween? Share it in the comment section.
U.S. Law Shield President Kirk Evans explains the top 5 reasons he sees legal gun owners being arrested for.
A legal analysis by attorneys at Texas Law Shield and U.S. Law Shield finds that filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig, members of Soechtig’s staff, and executive producer Katie Couric likely did not violate state and federal firearms-transaction laws during production of a recent anti-gun film—contrary to assertions by some pro-gun groups.
In this video, Kirk Evans, president of Texas Law Shield and U.S. Law Shield, goes over the civil implications of
When Colorado’s Larimer County district attorney filed a charge for possessing high-capacity magazines against 29-year-old David Moscow on October 26, 2015, it may have been the first such use of the law
Parents nationwide who love the 2nd Amendment and are trying to decide which college to pay for should know that,
U.S. Law Shield warned its members and others across the country not to travel to Los Angeles with any 10+ magazines after Nov. 18, 2015—unless a suit to stop the city’s newest magazine ban is successful.
U.S. Law Shield saw that the representative often referred to as the “Godfather of Stand Your Ground” in Florida
Law Shield has former prosecutors among its program lawyers, and it’s not an exaggeration to say that district attorneys have
Learn how to survive a low-light lethal force encounter by using a firearm in conjunction with a flashlight.
Law Shield recently issued a “Special Alert” to its members about a change in Minnesota’s reciprocity laws