Carolyn Maloney wants to add more hassle to exercising your Second Amendment rights.
There is one way Second Amendment supporters can tell who supports us, and what legislation we are likely to face…
Political and legislative activism alone will not be enough to protect our Second Amendment rights in a full-spectrum battle for freedom.
“Stroke of the pen, law of the land” is bad enough… but HR 880 threatens something far worse…
Sheila Jackson Lee is taking a page from Dianne Feinstein’s anti-Second Amendment playbook… and we need to act.
Biden made a general call to unjustly punish millions of law-abiding Americans for the Parkland shooting. But what could be the details of his attack on our rights?
While it might seem innocuous, HR 121 is not good news for Second Amendment supporters.
For the short term, Second Amendment supporters should try to forge a coalition against anti-Second Amendment extremism.
Some bad bills come up time and time again in Congress after Congress… HR 127 is one of them.
What will you do with the two years we just gained from the preservation of the filibuster?
Is the retirement of Senator Rob Portman a danger for the Second Amendment, or an opportunity?
Now we have an idea of where things stand, where do we go from here?
In the states, Second Amendment supporters can address two big issues – one of which swung the 2020 election.
Second Amendment supporters face some hard fights over the next four years.
Congress doesn’t just pass legislation – here are other powers that could affect our Second Amendment rights.
After getting through committee, legislation now has to get through both houses of Congress, and that can be harder than it sounds.
So how does Congress deal with 14,000 bills in just two years?
Second Amendment supporters can use a handy guide to know just what they are contacting their Representatives about.
Second Amendment supporters have three binary choices on January 6.
The future of your Second Amendment rights will be voted on in Georgia on January 6.