The data shows that the bulk of violent crimes in major cities are perpetrated by small numbers of known criminals. Rather that subjecting those criminals to vigorous prosecution, soft-on-crime prosecutors and politicians would rather blame law-abiding gun owners.
Joe Biden likes to brag that he "took on the NRA and won," but as chief executive, he's passed exactly zero gun-control bills. His prospects for doing so become more challenging each day thanks to your vigilance in defending our rights.
Take a look at how the NRA quietly leads the charge against anti-gun politicians who are insistent on limiting—or eliminating—our right to bear arms.
The Left's anti-gun policies actually do nothing to stop criminals from acquiring firearms and committing crimes.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen. There were surprising questions and prodding from the court’s reliably left-leaning wing.
The NRA’s opponents can’t seem to decide whether they should still claim the organization “skews the gun debate” by “wielding disproportionate political influence” or instead claim that we’re now in our “death throes.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has not inspired confidence with its response to COVID-19. That’s not NRA’s opinion—it’s borne out by the data.
These days—at least most of the time—$5 won’t buy you much. Maybe a pound of ground beef. Or a gallon of milk. Or 10 rounds of 9 mm.