As 2017 slides into the history books it is time to consider 2018. I believe 2018 will be a very intense year for gun owners.
Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin may have hit on an idea that will bring 99 percent of the people of Illinois together.
Today is the 76th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the beginning of the United States formal involvement in WWII.
As gun owners, we are always told by the anti-gunners that “if you just give us this restriction or that ban we will leave you alone.”
Your phone call is needed. SB1657 is headed for a showdown in the Illinois House of Representatives during veto session this week.
As in the past a few years, Chicago area gun dealers were singled out because they had a high proportion of the gun traces.
These witness slips are needed now in response to three new anti-gun bills introduced into the Illinois House of Representatives for the Fall Veto Session.
Why? Because Mike Bloomberg, Marty Moylan, and the Moms have identified you as the “other shooter” on the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay.
I have been watching gun owners in Illinois slipping into the quagmire of complacency. Complacency is certain death for gun rights or any other civil right.
The Illinois State Rifle Association won the Affiliate of The Year award from the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, for the 10th time.
The ISRA was founded in 1903 and is the preeminent firearms rights organization in Illinois, representing the interests of over 2,250,000 firearm owners in the state.
On Monday night, President Trump gave a speech I have long waited to hear. I have often written and spoken about the terrible rules of engagement.
The NRA rifle matches are over for the year, but before they ended, ISRA juniors Liam McKenna and Alex Vitous picked up two more junior championships.
Have a great evening with David Keene, Dan Proft, and your fellow area ISRA members. Everyone is invited to purchase advance tickets.
Theodore Roosevelt entrusted marksmanship skills to the civilians. His experience convinced him civilians were the proper place to enshrine these skills.
The case of Peruta v California, challenging California’s “may issue” concealed carry law was turned down by the SCOTUS last Monday.
Thank you for the comments on the crime statistics presented in last week’s Illinois State Rifle Association Thursday Bulletin.
In the United States, we see thugs attacking innocent citizens, but more of those citizens are turning themselves into a hard target by carrying a firearm.
CeaseFire is an anti-gun group, thinly veiled as an anti-violence group. Until 2104, CeaseFire was funded by your Illinois tax dollars.
SB1657 came out of the House Judiciary Criminal Committee (the vote was 7-6). When looking at committee votes don’t be fooled by the margin.
This bill will affect your ability to buy firearms or ammunition in Illinois and will add state regulations and fees for dealers and owners.
A few years ago, I penned an article entitled “The Gathering Storm,” which envisioned intensive attacks on the Second Amendment and our gun rights.
The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love.
Last Thursday, at the joint news conference with President Trump and the Italian Premier, the story was breaking regarding an attack in Paris.
On April 18th, 1775, Dr. Joseph Warren, head of the colonials in Boston, was informed that the British Regulars were going to try to seize colonial guns.