Editorials: Maureen Martin

Mayors Breaking Laws with Anti-Gun Jawboning

[NOTE: The author of this op-ed, Heartland Institute Senior Fellow for Legal Affairs Maureen Martin, died in a housefi

Antigun Activists Are Targeting the Wrong People

[NOTE: The author of this op-ed, Heartland Institute Senior Fellow for Legal Affairs Maureen Martin, died in a housefire on

An Unkind Cut from Homeland Security

Thanks to Janet Napolitano and her Department of Homeland Security (DHS), it won’t be surprising if President Obama next comes for our scissors.

Gun Truth: Background Checks

John Lott is the author of the book “More Guns, Less Crime,” which revealed the truth about the importance of gun use for self defense.

The Truth About Armed Guards in Schools

Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, was greeted with derision when he proposed placing an armed police officer in every school to protect students.

Guns for Dummies

If we’re going to have a “national conversation” about banning “assault weapons” following Newtown – and it looks like we are – let’s at least know what we’re talking about and what we’re not talki

A Glimmer of Hope

In 1994, lawyer Philip Howard wrote a book called “The Death of Common Sense: How Law Is Suf

Taxing Power Gives Government Total Control

The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision holding the Obamacare individual mandate is constitutional was based on grounds not addressed by the parties to the suit.

Simon Cowell for President

OK, I’m not seriously suggesting that, of course. For one thing, he’s not a U.S. citizen.

Wisconsin’s Ballot Laws Should Resemble Virginia’s

Republicans attacking Virginia’s presidential primary ballot access laws as discriminatory, too strict and even unconstitutional are agitating for election laws more like those in Wisconsin.