Second Amendment supporters need to make the right choice in Missouri.
This is the best that Pennsylvania Republicans can offer, and the most that Pennsylvania gun owners have the clout to demand?
With that as the backdrop, and understanding the requirements for questions, what would you ask? Why not do so?
The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Constitutional Carry has been scheduled for February 23, Wednesday, in Room 130 at 1:30 PM. This hearing is likely make or break for the bill.
Second Amendment supporters have more lessons to learn from the filibuster save.
If Durbin and the Democrats thought they had the votes to confirm Chipman, it would have already happened.
It’s cowardly and deceptive. And “disappearing” history is a time-tested totalitarian tactic.
Senators Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia have said they will vote to uphold the Senate Filibuster rule. Their votes may be all that protects the Bill of Rights for 2 years
The Senate has become a crucial battleground for Second Amendment rights. Those supporting a disarmed public hope to flip it by defeating Senator McSally.
Learn who the “Republicans” are and do what you can to make them feel your pain.
As the 116th Congress is seated, it’s time to take a sober look at what the new Congress means for our rights.
National concealed handgun carry reciprocity would at least serve as a significantly pro-Second Amendment federal law to counter the plethora of State and Federal laws that aren’t.
It’s past time for gun owners to reject the establishment Republican Kool-Aid and insist on principle.
SCI is pleased to update members about the addition of language to S. 1514 that will allow the importation of certain sport-hunted polar bears from Canada.
Just ask yourself which you would rather have: U.S. sovereignty or the approval of some drunken Luxembourgian with delusions of global governance?
You can watch a live stream of the debate and vote at the Iowa Firearms Coalition Facebook page. If you’re not a Facebook user you can also live stream.
By now you probably know, there was no vote in Iowa Senate on HF517 last week due to tight schedules in the legislature thanks to the second funnel of 2017.
Despite their best efforts, the Iowa Senate were unable to bring HF517, the Omnibus Gun Bill, to the Senate floor for debate and a vote this week.
On March 1, Ryan Zinke was confirmed as the 52nd Secretary of the Interior under the Trump Administration, with a bipartisan vote of 68 – 31 in the Senate.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination to be the next attorney general of the United States will be voted on this evening by the full Senate.