The term "assault weapon" is at the head of the efforts by gun control advocates to regulate military-style firearms. But what weapons actually make the cut?
As Washington addresses the issue of reforming America's gun laws, their sights should not be aimed at federal policy, but at those of the fifty states.
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, gun control advocates seek tighter regulations, but are America's gun laws really that relaxed?
We're blaming all the wrong people when we should be blaming government.