Not all attacks on the Second Amendment involve sweeping legislation. Some, like the Multiple Firearm Sales Reporting Modernization Act of 2019, fly under the radar.
An anti-Second Amendment extremist elected to the House of Representatives just introduced legislation that could lead to more corporate gun control.
While Virginia and Kentucky have seen Second Amendment sanctuary jurisdictions explode, the movement is also taking root in New Jersey.
Senator Steve Daines of Montana has introduced legislation to strengthen protections for law-abiding gun owners.
A policy change by the Marine Corps marks a small step forward for the Second Amendment. Perhaps in the future, we will see the Second Amendment gain much more respect on military bases.
Did the National Rifle Association acquire smoking-gun evidence that could end the ongoing persecution carried out by the Cuomo-James regime in New York?
The tragic incident at the West Freeway Church of Christ shows how the Second Amendment is what stops mass shooters, not signs or declarations of “gun-free zones.”
If we know anti-Second Amendment extremists will try to exploit mass shootings at schools, then we should ensure the schools are hardened against attacks.
We check the locks on our doors to reduce the vulnerability of our homes. It’s common sense. So, how do Second Amendment supporters reduce the vulnerability of our freedoms?
Debates will soon give way to primaries, and Second Amendment supporters will soon have an idea of who they will face.
In an era where anti-Second Amendment extremists push for corporate gun control, there are ways you can fight back.
Second Amendment supporters must realize that the political and legislative battles are only part of preserving the Second Amendment.
Will 2020 be a year of danger, or will it be a year of new opportunities? The answer is up to Second Amendment supporters.
Andrew Cuomo has just handed Second Amendment supporters more ammo to oppose his anti-Second Amendment agenda.
Weighing the pros and cons of each possible strategy is not easy, but it must be done.
Second Amendment supporters should remember it’s better to say nothing than to say something that could hurt the cause.
Michael Bloomberg tries to capitalize on fear – when he is not stirring it up – in order to take our Second Amendment rights. Too many Second Amendment supporters help him do that.
The proposed gun ban in Virginia warrants civil disobedience – but how do you carry it out in a manner to effect peaceful change?
Second Amendment supporters should know what we have going for us.
A declaration of intent to disobey laws that is not thought out can cripple civil disobedience down the road.
It will be our First Amendment rights that will help save the Second Amendment.
Michael Bloomberg’s anti-Second Amendment “Everytown” group could pose an existential threat to EVERY pro-Second Amendment organization out there.
Virginia could very well be the future for Second Amendment supporters – unless they can adapt to the Cuomo-Bloomberg 1-2 punch.
One reason the fight to protect our rights has become harder is because of the Violence Policy Center’s fearmongering that poses as research.
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence makes no pretense about its feelings towards our Second Amendment rights you owning guns as a free American.