Reviving Project Exile could help save the Second Amendment by discrediting anti-Second Amendment politicians.
An inability to adapt to the strategic circumstances in 1982 and 1997 meant NRA had to make changes. The same is true today.
How we defend our rights in the wake of shootings like those in El Paso, Parkland, and Orlando matters a great deal.
The successful fight to save gun shows after the 1999 Columbine shooting holds lessons for today’s fight against anti-Second Amendment extremist.
Whether the Second Amendment grants a right, or codifies one is irrelevant at this time. The soccer mom scared for her child doesn’t care either way. We either address her fears, or lose our rights.
The defense of the Second Amendment is much more powerful when we have a strong and united NRA. Here’s some perspective of what needs to be done to get there.
Julian Castro is tough to nail down on Second Amendment issues, but what has been locatable, though, points to a candidate who gives lip service to the Second Amendment, and a lot of infrignements.
Two votes in the House and one statement on Hardball give Second Amendment supporters enough information about Joe Sestak’s disdain for our rights.
Beto’s bad votes as a Congressman should be enough for any Second Amendment supporter, even those upset over bump stocks, to rule him out as an alternative to Trump.
Andrew Yang, like Tulsi Gabbard, is not exactly a friend of the Second Amendment with his extensive anti-gun wishlist, but he may not be unreachable, either.
John Delaney of Maryland presents himself as a moderate Democrat on the issues. His Second Amendment record is only moderate when compared to Eric Swalwell’s agenda.
The short and easy answer is, “It depends on the electoral circumstances.” But that answer is arguably TOO short and simple. Reality tends to be a bit more complex.
Imagine Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter taking down the accounts of prominent Second Amendment supporters and pro-Second Amendment organizations in the months prior to the 2020 election.
It’s very simple: If pro-Second Amendment groups, gun manufacturers, and FFLs are denied access to financial services, they are toast.
If The Nra Can Be Taken Down, No Pro-Second Amendent Group Is Safe From A Similar Attack From The Likes Of Andrew Cuomo And Letitia James.
Amy Dickinson felt the heat for her column that advised a father to put his hatred of guns above loving his daughter. Unfortunately, she has chosen to double down on her anti-gun extremism.
Bernie has gone from a Second Amendment bro to just another extreme anti-Second Amendment zero.
Second Amendment supporters can’t just fight harder when confronted with threats, we have to fight smarter than we have over the years.
Pete Buttigieg doesn’t just spread nonsense that gun bans are compatible with the Second Amendment, he adds the same dishonesty and threats we are used to.
The NRA’s Board of Directors must act to focus the organization’s energy against major threats to our right to keep and bear arms instead of internal squabbles or our rights will be history.
Amy Dickinson recently published a letter with advice for a father distraught that his daughter chose to exercise her Second Amendment rights – and revealed ignorance.
Thankfully, there is a new generation of Second Amendment defenders arising, and it is diverse.
Seth Moulton has held himself up as part of the “Problem Solvers Caucus,” but it looks like our Second Amendment rights are something he sees as a “problem” in need of a solution.
Suppose, though, we could get a Firearms Owners’ Protection Act II passed in 2021. What should be in that legislation?
Effectively defending the Second Amendment comes down to making decisions.