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Back in April, I noticed a ditch in the middle of my busy Philly street. Not a pothole. A ditch. Over and over again, all […]
There has been a lot of confusion over the last couple of days after the city announced that all “non-essential” businesses must close during the […]
Last week, Donald Trump responded to the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, by saying that “mental illness and hatred pulls the […]
A man who caused a stir in several towns in Montgomery County last week when he was seen walking around with an AR-15 slung on his shoulder […]
The chief of police for Abington Township in Montgomery County says an unidentified firearm owner caused “unnecessary alarm” on Monday when he was observed with […]
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Acting State Police Commissioner Lt. Col. Robert Evanchick held a joint press conference on Monday in which both men affirmed […]
Just days after hundreds of thousands of students and supporters marched in protest of gun violence nationwide, the Democrat-led General Assembly of New Jersey passed […]
Fresh off of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for charity, Eagles defensive end Chris Long returned to a country engaged in a heated debate over the potential […]
Pennsylvania legislators advanced three controversial bills yesterday involving gun rights, sanctuary cities and police transparency.
Chris Christie yesterday vetoed a bill that would have required New Jersey gun dealers to carry at least one “smart gun” for sale. Christie used […]
We already know Congress probably won’t enact stricter gun laws in the wake of the worst mass shooting in United States history. It didn’t after Adam Lanza murdered 20 elementary schoolers in […]
Right now, when you picture a handgun, the silhouette doesn’t resemble the iPhone in your pocket. Sen. Bob Casey and Philly Police Commissioner Richard Ross want […]
It’s noon on a busy Friday in Rittenhouse Square, and I’m seated along the inside window at Rouge, one my favorite lunch spots in my […]
Stories like Peter Breslow’s aren’t uncommon. As the newly initiated gun owner himself recently learned, mass shootings like the ones in Paris and San Bernardino […]