House Committee Advances Legislation Allowing Concealed Guns In All 50 States

Though it was mostly overlooked amid the Senate's procedural vote on tax reform, the House Judiciary Committee late yesterday voted 19-11 in favor of a highly controversial bill dubbed the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, which would amend the federal criminal code to allow the concealed transport of handguns across state lines, so long as both states allow it.

Eric Peters: "If Everyone Carried An S-400 To Work And Church, The World Would Be A Safer Place"

"Naturally, if everyone carried an S-400 to elementary school, work, church and nightclubs, the world would be a safer place. Sadly, at $2.5bln, they’re out of reach for most. But not the Saudis, who paid $15bln for 44 American THAAD launchers while simultaneously purchasing Russia’s S-400 system. With two eager sellers, missile shield prices aren’t running away..."

Gun Control Is Not A Winning Political Position

"This is not only bad business for media, it is bad business for America; it inhibits constructive conversation on how to reduce gun violence and keep firearms out of the hands of dangerous people... the liberal blame and finger-pointing leads the party to the same place it found itself after the 2016 election – a losing position."