Knife Rights is pleased to announce that it has engaged the bipartisan government relations firm Capitol Hill Consulting Group (CHCG) to lobby in Washington, D.C.
This legislation would allow individuals with a valid concealed carry permit issued from their home state to carry their firearms in the District of Columbia…
Last week, more than 650 people gathered for the annual Ducks Unlimited Capitol Hill dinner and auction. More than 70 members of congress attended.
The Washington DC Court of Appeals issued a ruling in favor of the U.S. FWS, Wyoming, RMEF regarding the delisting of wolves.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation’s 10th Annual Congressional Fly-In is scheduled to coincide with a truly landmark vote that will have long-term effects on the firearms and ammunition industry.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever named Bethany Erb as the organization’s new government affairs representative and its first Washington, D.C.-based employee.
Congressional Democrats, particularly black ones, may apparently articulate such violent threats with casual impunity, on those rare occasions when they don’t get their way.
All too often Republicans win elections only to lose their negotiations in Washington.
The Obama administration did not let the rule of law get in the way of abusing its office to target whistleblowers and Judicial Watch.
In this article, Dr. Gary Welton shares how a novel series by author C. J. Box has helped to shed light on some of the current political frustrations.
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle expressed strong interest in discussing 2A issues with the DC Project group…
Not only is this an opportunity to let Democrats hang themselves with their own rope, it is also an opportunity to push a pro-rights agenda.
The DC Project is a nonpartisan initiative that brings 50 women, one from each state, to Washington, DC, to meet with their legislators about issues addressing the Second Amendment.
On Friday, June 3, 2016, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a significant ruling concerning the plight of three endangered species of antelope.
The judge’s analysis of D.C.’s argument that the Second Amendment is distinguishable from all other constitutional rights in that it has “no intrinsic value” begins with, “What poppycock!”
At Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives we think e-ATF will increase transparency and communication. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated.
The power of the purse is a critical weapon in our fight to stop the ATT from ever being implemented. The sovereignty of our country and the rights of our people are far too precious to be left vulner
Ghoulish “Ghost Vote” outlines lend themselves to the alternative conclusion that victims the police could not protect were forbidden by law from the means of self-defense.
In a bizarre decision issued on the last day of 2015 in a case involving a paring knife, a sharply divided Washington state Supreme Court found that knives likely are arms and are protected…..
DC Attorney General Karl Racine gloated that the decision was “good news for public safety in the District of Columbia”…
Swab-its, the makers of Bore-whips, Bore-tips and Gun-tips, is attending the 2015 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition, October 12-14, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Washington, D.C.
On Friday, September 18, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Heller v. District of Columbia (“Heller III”), striking down four onerous “registration” requirements and…..
This is Legal Ivory that has been legally in the U.S. for decades, imported prior to the implementation of the existing ivory import bans…
Police responded to reports of a shooting at Washington D.C.’s Navy Yard, as the area was placed on lockdown and residents there were told to shelter in place…
The firearms industry is opposed to mandating user-authorized technology for firearms, believing that consumers in an open marketplace should determine whether a so-called ‘smart gun’ is appropriate..