Tucker Carlson reacted to a violent tweet by a New York State senator, who only weeks prior appeared on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to defend his bill that would allow the state police to access social media accounts of residents who apply for gun permits.
Tucker Carlson and New York Sen. Kevin Parker debated a bill proposed by the Democrat that would call for a social media check by the government for anyone in the state applying for a gun license.
Tucker Carlson debated Richard Goodstein on what gun control measures Democrats will push when they retake the House of Representatives.
After retaking the House in last week's midterm elections, Democratic lawmakers are vowing action on gun control when the new Congress is in session.
An Illinois judge blocked an impending ban on assault weapons within a suburb outside of Chicago just hours before it was set to go into effect.
Tucker Carlson debated a California Democrat who recently called for a law that would institute a government buyback program for "military-style semiautomatic assault weapons" and prosecute those who "defy" the policy by keeping those firearms.
In the wake of tragedy there is often a knee jerk reaction to strip away rights but this will never be the solution. It’s time for Final Thoughts.
Former President Barack Obama's education secretary said that parents should boycott their children's schools until the country's gun laws are changed.
A retired NYPD detective said Saturday that more aggressive background checks are not the solution to gun control in the wake of Friday's deadly shooting in Santa Fe, Texas.
Tucker Carlson got into a fiery debate with a U.S. House candidate in New Mexico who aired an advertisement in which he said "f--- the NRA," as Carlson asked the candidate whether he actually knew gun control policy or the organization itself.
At least five Illinois counties are planning on "flipping the script" on the far-left's "sanctuary city" designation, Dana Perino reported on "The Five."
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery said on "Outnumbered" Friday that many gun owners feel "unfairly demonized" after February's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.