Just because you’re not hearing about an election in the press doesn’t mean it doesn’t matter.
The burglary of California Democrat Karen Bass’s home has lessons for Second Amendment supporters.
Chris Murphy just gave Second Amendment supporters a chance to deflect attacks after school shootings.
It’s always good to brush up on the fundamentals. The little things can make a big difference.
A decision about credit cards brings financial deplatforming that much closer.
Second Amendment supporters should talk about Memphis… a lot.
Can the National Firearms Act be incrementally reformed to remove its threat to the Second Amendment?
With the news that Twitter is bringing back its “Civic Integrity Policy,” Second Amendment supporters need to be ready for censorship to ramp up.
Joe Biden’s extreme rhetoric may be a massive opportunity for Second Amendment supporters.
Recent events dictate that Second Amendment supporters urge their local lawmakers to address the threat California and New York pose to our freedoms.
One major takeaway from Liz Cheney’s actions over the last 19+ months: Know that you cannot compromise on our right to keep and bear arms.
Second Amendment supporters must get the truth about Parkland out.
If a case in the Fifth Circuit is upheld, BATFE could be reined in. What happens after that?
The incident at a Cincinnati field office of the FBI could have been much worse, but it also is a warning for Second Amendment supporters.
Second Amendment supporters must break a pattern to preserve recent legal victories.
Nadler’s error was forced through adept tactics by a pro-Second Amendment lawmaker.
Are you ready to defeat anti-Second Amendment extremists this November?
Jerry Nadler handed Second Amendment supporters a way to defeat gun bans.
Anti-Second Amendment extremists are unleashing a more extreme tone. This is both good news and bad news for Second Amendment supporters.
The armed citizen at the Greenwood Mall saved lives, but it would have been far better for the Second Amendment for the entire incident to have never happened in the first place.