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Miss Miller is a senior editor at The Washington Times and former HUMAN EVENTS columnist. Previously, she served as the Deputy Press Secretary at the U.S. Department of State and the Communications Director for the House Majority Whip. Miller also served as an Associate Producer at ABC News and started her career at NBC News. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.
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  • Emily Miller on Fox Business

    Emily Miller on Fox Business

    Emily Miller, a columnist and editor at The Washington Times, spoke on the Fox Business channel May 3 from the National Rifle Association convention in Houston about the convention and how President Barack Obama distorts the battle for gun rights.

  • Miller: The New York Times is a tool of Brady Campaign

    Miller: The New York Times is a tool of Brady Campaign

    Read how the nation’s so-called paper of record twists facts, quotes for the anti-gun agenda.

  • Miller: Connecticut tragedy

    Miller: Connecticut tragedy

    As I write this, the initial police reports say that the alleged killer, Adam Lanza, used his mother’s guns, which she had legally registered. He used two ordinary handguns. One was said to be a 9mm Sig Sauer — which is the same gun that I have at home for self defense.

  • Emily Gets Her Gun: Donald Trump's guns

    Emily Gets Her Gun: Donald Trump’s guns

    I interviewed the real estate mogul in Florida during the Republican convention in late August and asked him about his gun ownership. “I have a carry permit – I’ve said that publicly,” he told me. “I own a couple of different guns, but I don’t talk about it.”

  • Ryan is first on Second Amendment

    Gun owners now have one of their own on a presidential ticket. Rep. Paul Ryan recalled “deer camp over in Fairchild in Eau Claire County” in his remarks after being chosen as Mitt Romney’s vice-presidential running mate. The Wisconsin Republican | Read More »

  • When only criminals have guns

    When only criminals have guns

    In the nation’s capital, it’s a fair question to ask: Who gets the better deal, innocent citizens who want to own a gun, or dangerous criminals? The District’s deliberate policy of releasing criminals back onto the streets shows the liberal | Read More »

  • Banning "high-capacity" magazines

    Banning “high-capacity” magazines

    Gun grabbers wasted no time exploiting Friday’s shooting in Aurora, Colo., by calling for more restrictive firearm laws. Their liberal agenda is off target because, with U.S. gun ownership at its highest level ever, the public sees crime is way | Read More »

  • The assault on weapons

    Gun grabbers wasted no time exploiting Friday’s shooting in Aurora, Colo., by calling for more restrictive firearm laws. Their liberal agenda is off target because, with U.S. gun ownership at its highest level ever, the public sees crime is way | Read More »

  • A scarlet letter for guns

    A scarlet letter for guns

    Lawmakers  in Prince George’s County, Md. hate guns so much they want to brand  anyone convicted of violating one of the state’s convoluted firearm  statutes. Stab someone with a knife, and the county won’t care or take  notice of you | Read More »

  • The new guide to getting a gun in D.C.

    While there are a few guides online about getting a legal gun in D.C., they are all outdated. Anything written before July 2012 does not reflect the changes in the firearm laws over the past six months which make the registration | Read More »

  • Gunning for D.C.

    The District’s refusal to recognize the full meaning of the Second Amendment may not last much longer. A Supreme Court decision in 2008 forced Washington to allow residents to keep arms, and now Congress is pressuring the city to recognize | Read More »

  • D.C. arrests vet for unregistered ammunition — part 1

    In September 2011, former Army Specialist Meckler was arrested at the VFW in the District because he happened to have a few long-forgotten rounds of ordinary ammunition in his bag. The veteran of both the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq | Read More »

  • D.C. police damage soldier’s guns

    Army First Lt. Augustine Kim’s finally got the Washington Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to return his guns after two years — only to find them permanently damaged. The department violated its own regulations on handling firearms in evidence by engraving | Read More »

  • SWAT rampage destroys Iraq vet’s home over guns

    While Army Sgt. Matthew Corrigan was sound asleep inside his Northwest D.C. home, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) was preparing to launch a full-scale invasion of his home. SWAT and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams spent four hours readying the | Read More »

  • Iraq vet brutalized over guns in D.C.

    The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) seems to have it out for our military. The department is using the city’s pointless firearm registration mandate to harass, arrest and jail servicemen. Army 1st Sergeant Matt Corrigan was woken in the middle of | Read More »

  • Injured vet’s guns stolen by D.C.

    After being injured on his second tour of duty in Afghanistan, Lt. Augustine Kim spent the night in a D.C. jail for possessing unregistered guns. Mr. Kim was transporting his firearms from his parents’ house in New Jersey to South | Read More »

  • D.C.’s mayor holds up gun rights

    Washington gun owners’ rights are, once again, getting blown off by city leaders. While the city council voted unanimously on April 17 in favor of a bill to ease restrictions on Second Amendment rights, Mayor Vincent Gray has not signed | Read More »

  • D.C. a bit more gun-friendly

    The District took a big step on Tuesday toward bringing its gun laws in line with the rest of America. While an oppressive registration requirement remains in place, the D.C. Council voted unanimously to make the overall process of becoming | Read More »

  • D.C. resists correcting gun laws

    Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) has had two weeks to remove false information about the city’s gun transport laws from its forms and website. It has no interest in doing so. flashMPD officials refuse to admit that they have been | Read More »

  • Transporting guns in Maryland

    D.C. gun transport laws are not nearly as stringent as city officials tell the public. But the Washington Metropolitan Police Department has refused for two weeks to remove false information about the laws from its forms and website. gunWhile D.C.’s | Read More »