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.
What happens when there is an anti-Second Amendment president in office after Trump?
The preparation of the next generation of Second Amendment defenders starts at home.
When it comes to non-English media, the NRA has left that part of the battlefield uncontested, and with it, potential votes on the table.
While the suburbs could be decisive for the future of the Second Amendment, urban areas may be prime locations for pro-Second Amendment efforts.
Dominating flyover country isn’t enough to defend the Second Amendment – the suburbs must be won over as well.
We can mourn the losses and missed opportunities of 2018, but let’s also look at some of the good news that came from these midterms. Then get ready for 2020.
Eventually, the Wayne LaPierre era at the NRA will come to a close, the question then becomes who will replace him as Executive Vice President and CEO. LaPierre is a very tough act to follow.
Wayne LaPierre has held the position of Executive Vice President of the National Rifle Association for nearly three decades. Here is a brief history of the NRA Executive Vice President role.
Those opposed to our Second Amendment rights have dominated in Hollywood, but the NRA needs to get on the “cultural engagement” field.
Second Amendment supporters have been winning many legislative and court battles, but actions in corporate boardrooms now pose a serious threat.
A weekend tiff over Eric Swalwell’s proposal for an Australia-style confiscation of semi-automatic firearms was marked by stupidity on all sides.
Second Amendment supporters have found the internet to be valuable in protecting our rights, but what if Google and other Silicon Valley titans muzzle them?
The effort to get companies like FedEx to cut ties with the NRA is part of an effort to stigmatize the Second Amendment and those who defend it. Here is what you can do to counter that.
Threats to the Second Amendment have been growing in recent years, and some may be existential.
The 2018 midterm elections have some good news, some bad news, and a lot of lessons for Second Amendment supporters to learn.
The real threat to the Second Amendment posed by I-1639 is not just the provisions, it’s the strategy applied by Bloomberg.
Bob Casey’s betrayal of law-abiding gun owners after the Sandy Hook shooting has left some bad blood, but Second Amendment supports can have the last word on November 6.