As the 116th Congress is seated, it’s time to take a sober look at what the new Congress means for our rights.
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.
The U.S. Senate and U.S. House are about to wrap up the 115th Congress, and the bipartisan and universally supported Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act has yet to reach President.
Progressives fail to understand that what they describe as ever more desirable diversity, millions of Americans see as the conquest of their country by an endless flood of uninvited strangers.
The glee with which people who are opposed to basic rights discuss the murder of millions in pursuit of their goals should tell the country exactly why we must stop them.
Some 16 Democrats vowed Monday to oppose Pelosi on the House floor, one shy of being enough to block her return to the speakership after eight years.
H.R. 6784, the Manage Our Wolves Act, was introduced in September by Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI). The bill was approved 196-180 and secured bipartisan support from nine Democrats and 187 Republicans.
H.R. 7115 known as the “3D Firearms Prohibitions Act” will ban the selling and all forms of advertising of parts kits for modern sporting rifles.
Threats to the Second Amendment have been growing in recent years, and some may be existential.
The CRS, essentially a Library of Congress issues “think tank” for federal legislators—does not generally make its reports available to the public, despite our tax dollars funding them.
One of the most challenging and important jobs for an economics professor is to teach students how little we know and can possibly know.
Who violently disrupts political rallies, on campuses and off? Who engages in mob violence after almost every police shooting of a black suspect?
Judicial Watch requested the Trump admin stop members of Congress and their staff from unlawfully purchasing, with taxpayer subsidies, health insurance through the D.C.’s small business exchange.
Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07) released the following statement after a gunman opened fired during a practice for the Congressional Baseball Game.
Included in the legislation is Title XVII, a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act.
Today President Donald J. Trump sent Congress a proposed budget request of $639.1 billion, $574.5 billion in the base budget and $64.6 billion in the Overseas Contingency Operations budget.
The Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA) announced its endorsement today of Republican Greg Gianforte in his bid for Montana’s lone seat in the U.S. House.
Last week, more than 650 people gathered for the annual Ducks Unlimited Capitol Hill dinner and auction. More than 70 members of congress attended.
Judicial Watch today sent a hand-delivered letter to the chairman and co-chairman of the House Office of Congressional Ethics.
Montana’s Congressman Ryan Zinke was recently appointed as Secretary of the Interior by President Trump, and this has opened a special election to fill his seat.
Why not urge students to submit art promoting the right of the people to keep and bear arms?
An extensive schedule of visits to U.S. Representatives and Senators is on the docket for a full roster of NSSF member industry executives attending this week’s 10th Annual Congressional Fly-in.
NWTF’s Chief Conservation and Operations Officer Becky Humphries testified today before the House Agriculture subcommittee on Conservation and Forestry as they discuss the 2018 Farm Bill.
BHA strongly criticized the proposal and called on members of Congress to undertake swift, decisive action in support of their constituents.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever testified today before the Subcommittee on Conservation and Forestry regarding important provisions for the upcoming 2018 Farm Bill debate.