Violence Policy Center Tries It Again—Consumer Regulation of Firearms

The Huffington Post wasn’t even around when Dr. Tim Wheeler and Dave Kopel exposed in National Review Online the gun controllers’ latest scheme of back door gun prohibition by consumer product regulation. But it’s now providing the Violence Policy Center’s Josh Sugarmann a platform from which to try it again. Perhaps Huff Po editors are hoping gun owners had forgotten about the old scam. Read what Congress thought of the idea back in 1975, the first time the gun ban crowd tried it: “Members ...
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Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence (CCJ) and DRGO Amicus Curiae Brief in Florida Docs vs. Glocks Law

Here’s the brief from Chapman U. law professor and CCJ Director Anthony T. Caso and CCJ Founding Director Dr. John C. Eastman. The CCJ is a project of the Claremont Institute, formerly DRGO’s sponsor and an intellectual powerhouse in service of the founding principles of America. Our brief informs the court why Florida’s law prohibiting doctors’ invasions of Florida gun owners’ privacy should be upheld. This case has garnered national attention, with several national medical organizations wei...
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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Gun Control White Paper

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is one of the old established university gun control advocacy factories. Its Center for Gun Policy and Research just put out this report, “The Case for Gun Policy Reforms in America.”  In assessing the Center’s bias in matters of firearm policy, it’s helpful to note that renowned gun ban advocate and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg got his name attached to the school in 2001 as a major financial donor. According to Wikipedia he has contributed...
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American Academy of Pediatrics Still Living in the Past

By Timothy Wheeler, MD With the expected mainstream media promo, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has released the new edition of its firearm policy, “Firearm-Related Injuries Affecting the Pediatric Population.”  The usual media supporters of gun control didn’t disappoint.  Check this article from Reuters, which didn’t even bother with a perfunctory balancing response from the Second Amendment Foundation or the NRA. But that’s OK.  The American public is much more educated about f...
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