Chris W. Cox also comments on the NRA’s recent victory in the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
When veteran US Navy SEAL and NRA Commentator Dom Raso warned that radical Islamic terrorists were in America, Timothy Johnson, a writer for Media Matters, accused Raso and the NRA of deception.
Following the FBI’s stunning and unprecedented announcement, the NRA released “We Don’t Need You!”
Released over the Independence Day weekend, a new feature-length documentary edited from Season 2 of I Am Forever—sponsored by FN—explores what it will take to get our nation back on track.
Watch Raso’s warning about the threat of a radical Islamic terror attack on a U.S. shopping mall and share it with your friends, family and on social media.
Dom Raso says that threats to America don’t have to come from outside in this latest NRA News Commentators episode.
NRA News Commentator Dana Loesch has no problem telling the mainstream media about their failure to provide Americans with a complete understanding of the terror watch list.
Executive director of NRA-ILA Chris W. Cox is standing up to irresponsible politicians and media who have suggested that the NRA wants to make it easier for terrorists to obtain firearms.
Veteran Navy SEAL Dom Raso explains why the AR-15 that anti-gun politicians want to ban is the best defensive tool for protecting your family. Watch this new video from NRA News.
This exclusive feature reveals how Maine residents will be able to protect themselves regardless of economic status.
Dana Loesch calls the presidential hopeful out on her double talk and argues that gun owners should instead stand up to Hillary Clinton.
NRA CEO and Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre spoke at Liberty University’s Convocation yesterday (March 23, 2016). Watch the entire speech below.
Ginny Simone revisits his case and her original report that spotlighted the depth and brazenness of Yee’s hypocrisy.
Wayne LaPierre says that President Obama has chosen to attack the Second Amendment, gun owners and the NRA and concludes by challenging him to a one-on-one debate.
The National Rifle Association unveiled Federal Premium Ammunition as the official ammo sponsor of its popular online video series NOIR and I Am Forever.
In this hit piece masquerading as journalism, the Mike Weisser, who, despite calling himself “Mike the Gun Guy” is about as much a gun guy as Rachel Dolezal is a black woman…
In a commentary for NRA News, Wayne LaPierre says no organization has been louder or clearer on the urgent need to enforce the federal gun laws than the NRA..
Further, he calls for the immediate repeal of the ban on firearms at military facilities, forbidding service men and women their right of self-defense…
Last Friday, USA Today reported that Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn is blaming what he calls Wisconsin’s “absurdly weak” gun control laws for an increase in murders in Milwaukee during the…..
In 2011 Anette Wachter became the second woman and first American woman ever to win the B.C. Rifle Championship in 127 years…
Leave it to Media Matters and other anti-gun stalwarts to argue that armed self-defense, a form of empowerment for all people, is its own form of oppression…
Ray Rice gets treated like a non-violent offender for beating his fiance while Shaneen Allens gets treated like a violent criminal for making an honest mistake.
Natalie Foster discusses the misconception that there are not many women participating in shooting sports.
Billy Johnson examines the media’s sensationalized coverage of mass shootings such as the tragedy in Santa Barbara, CA.
Dom Raso responds to criticism over his opinion regarding shared training and resources between law enforcement and military.
Detroit once again ranks high on the FBI’s list of most dangerous cities.
Colion Noir explains that having guns and carrying guns doesn’t equate to daily, all-encompassing gun thoughts.
Natalie Foster discusses the double standard set by anti-gun wealthy elite who surround themselves with armed guards.
Colion Noir explores the car analogy and why guns are not inherently evil based on design.
Natalie Foster talks about the negative stigma that the media attaches to gun owners.