Phoenix officials and one of our favorite local curmudgeons, gun-law expert Alan Korwin, are scheduled for a courtroom showdown next month over banned firearms-training ads. The case was launched following the city's move to censor 50 bus-shelter ads that Korwin had purchased in October 2010 for hi ... More >>
Our October 31 article on self-defense laws in Arizona had two mistakes, as far as we know. Culling information about the Trayvon Martin case from media reports, we misidentified the beverage Martin had on him when he was shot by George Zimmerman on February 26, 2012, as "an Arizona Iced Tea." In ... More >>
We can't tell you precisely why several U.S. senators, including Jeff "Pond Scum" Flake, voted against a bill aimed at expanding background checks for gun purchases. Sure, the powerful NRA likely had some influence. But how could anyone vote against something that 90 percent of Americans want? One ... More >>
Yesterday, we told you about Scottsdale gun-law author Alan Korwin, who claims to believe the word "birther" is a derogatory term "equivalent of the 'N' word."This claim somehow made it onto the websites of both the East Valley Tribune and Arizona Republic."'Birther,' used by the media with impunit ... More >>
According to a Scottsdale gun-law author, the word "birther" is a derogatory term "equivalent of the 'N' word." Perhaps it's not surprising to hear something a bit nuts coming from the author of After You Shoot: Your Gun's Hot. The Perp's Not. Now What?, but Alan Korwin actually got this on the East ... More >>
Image: www.kyimports.com High-capacity, 31-round magazines for semi-automatic firearms are getting targeted by gun-control advocates after Saturday's shooting Large-capacity magazines for firearms are becoming a focus for gun-control advocates following Saturday's shooting of Congress ... More >>
The Spike shoots it up with Second Amendment types.
From the week of January 11, 2001
From the week of January 4, 2001
Alan Korwin is a smart guy. So why does he love guns more than people?