The real target of campaign “reform” laws are those Second Amendment supporters who are thinking about becoming activists and advocates.
What McMillan did after being dropped as a customer by Bank of America may be a long-term template for Second Amendment supporters to counter Silicon Valley’s censorship.
The primary reason to defend Kamala Harris against attacks for choosing to own a firearm is because it is the right thing to do
Success in the 1990s and 2000s masked the fact that anti-Second Amendment extremists were executing a long-term straetgy to consolidate their power and preparing to leverage it.
Some hot takes on the controversial departure of Oliver North.
What will happen if the Supreme Court upholds the District Court’s ruling in Duncan v. Becerra? Here’s one guess.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has a bad voting record on 2nd Amendment issues, but her conduct in the debate suggests she may be redeemable with the proper outreach.
People may want you to think that trends are set in stone – that the political landscape pertaining to Second Amendment issues cannot be changed. They are dead wrong.
Best known for calling for an Australia-style gun ban, Eric Swalwell has pushed other infringements on our right to keep and bear arms.
Second Amendment supporters now have to consider the fact that it may be time to consider fighting back on an emotional level to supplement the facts that are already on our side.
Cory Booker’s awfulness goes further than just taking guns away – bad as that is. Not only is he bad, he’s been willing to support abusive Andrew Cuomo-esque tactics at times.
There are some questions you can easily answer. One of them is Joe Biden’s stance on the Second Amendment.
Some might complain that Cruz is “negotiating rights away” or selling out or is he giving vulnerable pro-Second Amendment supporters cover.
When discussing “red flag” gun laws, one of the questions is why the NRA opposes many of the measures that are currently being debated and passed.
Kamala Harris is peddling a gun lie whopper so big that Burger King would need a bigger drive-thru window to be able to hand it to anyone who bought it.
Anti-Second Amendment extremists have taken to trying to suppress the ability of Second Amendment supporters to make their case.
The threat of the National Popular Vote Compact has increased a bit with Colorado signing on, making it a total of 12 states and the District of Colombia – comprising a total of 170 electoral votes.
Millions of Americans take part in lawful activities, using AR-15s and similar modern multi-purpose semi-automatic rifles. Yet Chris Murphy dehumanizes them as mass killers in waiting.
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?