A look at the big picture shows that Second Amendment supporters have been winning the arguments.
Why did we have to come that close to seeing the tools of eventual confiscation happen in 1968? We must go to the 1964 election, and the cautionary tale of Barry Goldwater for the answers.
The big problem for Second Amendment supporters is to decide when to take the step of defying legislative laws that are in clear contradiction to the Second Amendment is warranted.
Eric Swalwell, who has in the past proposed an Australia-style “buyback” of certain firearms and who threatened to nuke gun owners who wouldn’t turn in their guns, is at it again on Twitter.
Much of the focus on Second Amendment issues tends to be at the federal level, but the 50 states (and DC) are also important.
Jerrold Nadler doesn’t have a “Mr. and Mrs. America” moment, but he has embraced Australia as an example when it comes to firearms ownership.
What is the purpose of a waiting period when cops can run a license check on you and find out if you have a record and/or outstanding warrants in a matter of minutes at most during a traffic stop?
The 2020 presidential election may turn out to be one of the most momentous for the Second Amendment in history.
The Aurora shooting was a clear failure of the National Instant Check System (NICS). A failure that should not have happened – and yet, what do we get from the usual suspects?
Many of those who wish to exercise their Second Amendment rights in Illinois – and who have done so responsibly – find themselves facing more and more onerous legislation.
If Ruth Bader Ginsburg does vacate her seat on the Supreme Court, who should replace her?
Those who would seek to take our rights away have a new plan to deal with a pro-Second Amendment majority on the Supreme Court: Pack the court.
Think that quote by Adolf Hitler, George Washington, or Sarah Brady will be the winning trump card in your next pro-gun debate? Well, you may want to double-check to see if it’s for real…
High school and college can be tough, even more so for Second Amendment supporters, but defending our liberties during that time can still be very rewarding.
Second Amendment supporters must always be aware of the importance of making a good impression when defending our freedoms.
Local TV stations and your local newspapers can be an effective way to help get past the national media’s anti-Second Amendment bias.
A lot of groups are out there claiming to defend the Second Amendment – but which ones really do so?
There is something we can learn from an anti-Second Amendment extremist from long ago.
We can’t just point to the Second Amendment and proclaim an end to the discussion. That isn’t going to work. Beating Bloomberg requires strategy and tactics.
You cannot figure out how to achieve our objective unless you are aware of the current situation. Only then can you figure out how to get there from here.
Michael Bloomberg is one of the most dangerous threats to our Second Amendment rights, but he doesn’t just get help from Hollywood and the media.
If the 2020 Presidential election is between Warren and Trump, Second Amendment supporters would be best served to give Trump four more years
As the 116th Congress is seated, it’s time to take a sober look at what the new Congress means for our rights.
New threats will need to be addressed. This will require changes – and some of those changes will be difficult, but necessary to preserve our Second Amendment rights.
Let’s work together to make 2019 a banner year for the Second Amendment – and get ready for the battles to come.