Earlier this week, CNN’s Dana Bash confronted Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) with the severe anti-gun comments the representative made during an appearance on the March 21, 2014 episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. In responding to the question, Ellison attempted to deceive viewers by denying his earlier statements and obfuscating his record on gun rights.
In an attempt to further punish Massachusetts’s beleaguered gun owners, on January 20, Massachusetts State Senator Cynthia S. Creem filed SD.1884. The legislation includes a raft of gun control measures, not the least of which is a 4.75 percent “sin tax” on all lawful firearms-related activity.
From the Washington Examiner: "As Democrats continue to make gun control a wedge issue in elections, they underestimate the damage they are doing to their own chances among women, who have been flocking to buy guns in the past few years."
The U.S. Supreme Court’s reigning liberal icon, 83-year-old Justice Ruther Bader Ginsburg, recently said that she still “has a way to go” in her career.
She also signaled, without much attempt at evasion, that she is no fan of the Trump administration. Hhhmmm....
In January, California Rifle & Pistol Association attorneys filed a petition with the United States Supreme Court asking the Court to review Peruta v. California. Last week, a number of important amicus curiae briefs were filed in support of plaintiffs’ petition urging the Supreme Court to take the case - including one from the NRA focusing on the text and history of the Second Amendment’s... View details ⇨
Tuesday’s outrageous opinion by the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Kolbe v. Hogan is yet another example of the lower courts making up their own rules when it comes to the Second Amendment.
BREAKING: Governor Chris Sununu has signed Senate Bill 12 into law. Similar legislation had been vetoed by former Governor Maggie Hassan for two years in a row, but thanks to your active involvement, law-abiding gun owners will now be able to carry their firearms without a required permit in the state of New Hampshire!
2016 was quite the year, punctuated with what might be the most memorable Presidential race and result in history. In the shooting industry, all sorts of neat stuff went down, ranging from new products and trends to epic gatherings.
It’s never too early to start planning for NRA’s Annual Meetings and Exhibits! This year we’ll be in Atlanta, Georgia, April 27-30. And be sure to get your tickets to the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum as well! [ Bit.ly Link ]
The National Rifle Association is moving quickly under the Trump administration to push proposals to strengthen gun owners' rights, after eight years of being frozen out of policy under President Obama.
Monday, Feb. 20 marks Presidents Day -- also known as Washington's Birthday -- in the U.S., a celebration of the lives and service of those who have held the highest office in the nation and led our country since its inception.