NRA Life of Duty | Defending Our America: “Breakdown”
NRA Life of Duty | Defending Our America: “Things Fall Apart”
NRA Life of Duty | Defending Our America: “Why The Towers Fell”
We’ve become a soft society. But how do we get back to the America we once knew? It starts with values, and we’re lacking them right now.
However strange it may sound to opponents of the NRA, I would be willing to pay this price[of everyone armed] for the benefit of democracy, so essential do I find civic participation…
Join the NRA Life of Duty team in Las Vegas at a special workshop by renowned training expert Officer Avner Klein to learn about the evolution and the art of breaching.
Nikki Turpeaux says no American should be hastily deciding, blindly trusting or idly standing by as our nation struggles to keep its head above water.
Dom Raso encourages Americans to hold themselves to the highest possible standard and to take pride and ownership in the land on which they stand.
Rob Harris, formerly of CO Springs, received the J.M. Littlefield Individual Award from NRA-ILA for his successful volunteer recall efforts against former CO State Senate President Senator John Morse.
NRA Women presented by Smith & Wesson is proud to present the latest New Energy profile sponsored by Remington featuring Elizabeth Lanier, founder of GRITS (Girls Really Into Shooting).
Chicago certainly doesn’t have a shortage of gun regulations and restrictions, yet gun violence persists at an alarming rate. The guys weigh in on America’s most dangerous city.
Billy Johnson delves into about the irrational, media-fed, hysterical fear of guns that is prevalent in our society.
The motives behind international kidnappings might be about money, revenge or political gain. No matter the reason, one thing is certain: being an American on international soil comes with risks.
NRA Life of Duty | Defending Our America: “Is America Willing To Protect Its Children?”
NRA Women presented by Smith & Wesson is proud to present the latest New Energy profile sponsored by Remington featuring the women of Shoot Like A Girl, Inc.
NRA Life of Duty | Defending Our America: “One Dimebag at a Time”
Billy Johnson says it’s not gun owners who carry that are paranoid, but it’s those who are afraid of the people exercising their Constitutional rights.
As millions of combat troops return home and influence domestic police forces, the militarization trend has drawn criticism—but is it fair?
Nikki Turpeaux reminds us that, without action, the power of knowledge is greatly diminished.
Natalie Foster talks about the reasons why she chooses to carry a gun and being prepared for whatever life may throw at you.
The bulk of the world’s heroin now originates in Afghanistan. That means American drug users are funding not only Mexican cartels, but also our enemies in the Middle East.
The Yadkin Patriots of Forbush Middle School in Yadkin County took top honors in the nation as junior champions at the 29th annual International Youth Hunter Education Challenge.
NRA Life of Duty Correspondent Chuck Holton takes a look at the divide between North and South Korea.
The NRA is excited to announce a new photo caption contest, the comment that makes the staff laugh the hardest will receive the grand prize of a LaserLyte Trainer Bullseye Kit.
Shaneen Allen’s honest mistake could lead to three-plus years in prison.
Gabby Franco talks about how the freedoms afforded to Americans through the Constitution make this the best country in the world.
NRA Life of Duty correspondent Chuck Holton reports on the federal stonewall he encountered while trying to cover the thousands of Mexican children detained at bases like Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Dom Raso takes a fellow Navy veteran to task for his Daily Beast opinion piece that attempts to support both sides of the gun issue.
Colion Noir examines the high rate of violent crime that is terrorizing Chicago and the need for action to help neutralize it.
Dom Raso explains how antagonizing rank-and-file workers for policies they are only enforcing is counterproductive.
Tony Blauer joins Dom in Media Lab Episode 12 “S.P.E.A.R. System” to break down a scene from The Bourne Identity and show how your body responds to sudden violence.
Natalie Foster contests the bad press and commentary surrounding hunters.
The Frontlines team travels to Hong Kong and the border of North Korea to expose the gateways to the black markets.
Billy Johnson examines how we tend to curb our right to bear arms in America rather than celebrate it as a constitutional freedom.
Chris Cheng explains how sacrificing our privacy to government databases can be exploited and use for discrimination.
Don Pitaniello used a gun to stop a robber in his tracks, then lost his job for violating company policy.