Legislation proposed by anti-Second Amendment extremists unjustly takes the Swalwell-O’Rourke approach to suppressors.
When you are exercising a constitutional right, you shouldn’t have the government keeping records on you doing so.
The legalization of marijuana at the state level could create a booby trap for some who exercise their Second Amendment rights.
Sometimes, a poorly-executed or written pro-Second Amendment bill needs to be amended before it can be supported.
Sometimes a bill doesn’t have to be very long to be a very dangerous attack on our rights.
The 1976 quote by Nelson “Pete” Shields has forced anti-Second Amendment extremists to turn to various means enacting back-door registration. The MICRO Act is one of those attempts…
There are a surprising number of licensing schemes currently introduced in Congress. HR 687 is one of the vaguer ones…
Corporate gun control is a major threat – but one bill could greatly reduce it.
The NICS Review Act is a Trojan Horse for a national registry of firearms transactions… and a classic case of bad faith on the part of anti-Second Amendment extremists.
Some proposed laws are less than useless. HR 49 is one of them, the Accidental Firearms Transfers Reporting Act, introduced by Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX).
Why shouldn’t you trust an anti-Second Amendment lawmaker, even when his legislative idea sounds good? A look at this bill explains why…
The Secure Communities and Safe Schools Act, introduced by Representative Val Demings, does nothing to promote either objective in its title.
Tweaking the Pittman-Robertson Act for the 2020s could make the fight for our rights a whole lot easier.
The National Instant Check System needs some fixes – and Representative Tom Emmer has one that Second Amendment supporters should back to improve an imperfect situation.
Sometimes, anti-Second Amendment extremists just want to make exercising your rights to be not worth the hassle.
It goes without saying that Second Amendment supporters need to contact their Senators and Representative and politely urge them to oppose HR 4116.
When existing laws can solve a supposed “problem,” one is right to ask just why the Untraceable Firearms Act of 2019 is really being proposed.
The right to keep and bear arms doesn’t begin and end with guns – in fact, the right to keep and bear arms is a lot more encompassing.
When a lawmaker with an anti-Second Amendment says firearms ownership shouldn’t be stigmatized, Second Amendment supporters should say yes – especially when it involves doing a good thing.
In the name of safety, one Congresswoman wants to violate the Constitution beyond infringing on Second Amendment rights.