The Supreme Court kicked off its 2019-2020 term last week, and one of the cases it is taking has huge implications for Second Amendment supporters.
The data in the 2018 edition of Crime in the United States should be a fatal blow for Beto O’Rourke’s gun ban agenda.
One of the best ways we can best defend the Second Amendment is to learn from the mistakes of the past.
Five numbers tell us what is possible to achieve, and therefore, they also dictate the tactics and strategy that Second Amendment supporters must follow.
Self-appointed Second Amendment commissars do more harm than good in the fight to defend our rights.
Second Amendment supporters face a balancing act between going for the ideal, or accomplishing the achievable.
One of the biggest frustrations Second Amendment supporters have is seeing lies by anti-Second Amendment extremists get spread around by a biased media.
After 232 years, the Constitution remains the best framework for governing that has been crafted by human hands and minds.
The total number of people killed by rifles of ALL types for the last five years is less than the total number of people killed by knives in 2017 alone (1,582 to 1,591).
The good news is that the media’s double standards can be exposed – or at least pointed out – in pro-Second Amendment news sites, like Ammoland. But that is only a start.
By pointing out the failures of gun control laws, and tying them in to the efforts of Biden, Buttigieg, and others to punish law-abiding citizens, we can secure our Second Amendment rights.
Ask yourself which response would be more likely to convince you to support the Second Amendment.
While things in California and New York are very bad, there is a chance to turn it around
While protection against crime and government tyranny are reasons the Second Amendment exists, all too often, Second Amendment supporters ignore hunting.
The National Rifle Association has played a huge part in neutralizing the “gun safety” arguments that anti-Second Amendment extremists use.
The more gun owners who get involved in defending our Second Amendment rights, the better.
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.