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Biden Nominates Another Anti-Gunner for ATF Head

With Monday’s nomination of Steven Dettelbach to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), President Joe Biden has made it clear that he’s determined to put an anti-gun advocate in the position.

Top Second Amendment Stories of 2021

Let’s take a look at the biggest Second Amendment stories of last year.

Biden Seeks To Nullify The Second Amendment

On September 21, the Biden Administration filed an amicus brief in the pending U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) case of New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, supporting New York’s draconian and unconstitutional restrictions on the right to bear firearms in public for self-defense.

Victory Over A Toxic ATF Nominee Shows NRA’s Continued Strength

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.”

Reclaiming Our Rights: Requires Retaking The House In 2022

With the Biden Administration and an anti-gun Congress wielding power in Washington, D.C., our Second Amendment rights have been under unprecedented assault. Hostile legislation is moving on Capitol Hill. Anti-gun activists are being nominated and appointed to key government posts.

Chipman Explains Why He Was Never Qualified to Run ATF

A recent interview further illustrates why Biden’s pick to lead the ATF was always wrong.

Amicus Briefs Highlight Strength of NRA-Backed Second Amendment Supreme Court Case

The scope of the Second Amendment is back before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Bloomberg Spending Big on Anti-Gun Agenda in Virginia

The failed presidential candidate continues to throw his fiscal might around in an attempt to pursue his anti-gun agenda.

The ATF Won’t Be Run By Chipman

“The White House will withdraw the nomination of David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives,” CNN is reporting.

Right-to-Carry: Three-And-A-Half Decades, and Still Going Strong

It’s sometimes hard for me to believe that it wasn’t until the late 1980s that the right to self-defense for law-abiding Americans truly began to be recognized in the modern era, and lawfully exercised, outside the confines of the home.

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