Supreme Court Denies Reconsideration in Firearm Confiscation Case

Supreme Court Denies Reconsideration in Firearm Confiscation Case

In a recent development, the Supreme Court has denied review in a case involving the confiscation of firearms, where the Second Circuit refused to follow a prior unanimous decision by the Supreme Court. This decision has sparked significant interest and debate among legal experts and gun rights advocates. The case, known as Torsivia v. Suffex County, centers around the use of the Special Needs exception to warrantless search and seizure of firearms within a home. This article will delve into the details of the case and explore its implications for Second Amendment rights.

Illinois Magazine Ban: Anti-Gunners Employ Sneaky Tactic Restricting Use of Large Capacity Magazines

The recently implemented assault weapon and magazine ban in Illinois has raised concerns among gun rights advocates. A closer look at the nuances within the legislation reveals a sneaky tactic employed by anti-gunners to restrict the use of large capacity magazines. While some individuals may be relieved by the presence of a grandfathering clause, allowing them to retain previously owned magazines, the limitations imposed on their use for self-defense outside the home are concerning and may infringe upon constitutional rights.

Dem's Gun Control Scheme Faces Setback as Key Republican Withdraws Support

In a significant blow to the House Democrats' latest gun control efforts, Representative Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania has withdrawn his support for their push to enact stricter gun laws. Fitzpatrick, who had previously voted in favor of an assault weapons ban and stricter background checks, now rejects the Democratic strategy to bypass Speaker Kevin McCarthy and force a vote on gun control bills.

What to Do If ATF Shows Up At Your Door to Inspect Your Pistol Braced Firearms

Gun Law TV, hosted by William Kirk, President of Washington Gun Law, addresses the concerns and questions surrounding ATF inspections of pistol braced firearms. The video provides valuable information for gun owners who have chosen not to comply with the new regulations and those who have registered their firearms under the National Firearms Act (NFA). Understanding your rights and knowing how to handle such situations is crucial to navigate the complexities of firearm ownership and ATF interactions.

New Bill Aims to Disarm IRS and Stop Weaponization of Agency

Iowa Republican senator Joni Ernst has introduced a bill known as the "Why Does the IRS Have Guns Act" that seeks to prohibit the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from arming its agents with taxpayer money. The proposed legislation has raised important questions about the role and function of the IRS, and the potential weaponization of the agency.

National Reciprocity Bill Progresses in Congress, Aimed at Granting Concealed Carry Rights Across States

In recent developments, a bill called HB 38, sponsored by Republican Representative Richard Hudson of North Carolina, is gaining traction in Congress. The bill aims to address the issue of national reciprocity for concealed carry permits, allowing individuals with a permit in one state to carry their concealed firearms in any other state. This update on the progress of the bill explores the background, implications, and potential challenges surrounding the establishment of national reciprocity.

IRS Raid on FFL Shop Raises Concerns and Sparks Congressional Inquiry

The recent raid conducted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on a Montana firearms retail shop has ignited a wave of questions and concerns. The IRS seized all 4473 forms, which contain sensitive personal information of customers who purchased firearms from the shop. Congress has taken notice and is demanding answers from the IRS and ATF regarding the motives behind this raid and the potential infringement of constitutional rights.