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American Freedom Should Not Be Infringed

American federalism allows states to be incubators of new ideas and policies. This can be helpful. But this isn't supposed to happen with a natural right that's specifically protected within the U.S. Bill of Rights.

17 Inconvenient Facts For the Gun-Control Movement

The truth can be a moving target as our understanding evolves with new data, but we must try to hit the target every time and be honest about our mistakes. This, however, isn't what the gun-control crowd tries to do.

From The Editor: What is a Good Citizen to Do?

Crime is personal. Victims are real. Law-abiding Americans deserve the right to defend themselves just as police officers deserve our respect for doing a tough job.

What’s Next for Constitutional Carry?

Freedom is advancing in legislatures across the country.

From Prohibited Firearms To Prohibited Persons

Guns owners and gun-rights supporters must remain vigilant in the fight against those who try to force their anti-gun agenda on the average law-abiding, pro-gun American.

NRA’s Wayne LaPierre Calls It Straight at CPAC

Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the NRA, gave a speech to be remembered at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

(Another) Quiet Victory: NRA Thwarts Backdoor Gun Control

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.

Your Vote Matters

With a constructive mindset informed by the gun-rights triumph in the Old Dominion, gun owners have every reason to feel confident that diligent work done throughout 2022 will pay off for gun rights come November.

What Will the U.S. Supreme Court Decide?

The U.S. Supreme Court heard New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, a challenge to New York’s “may-issue” regime. As we wait for the Court’s ruling, here is what was said by both sides in this critical case.

How to Secure America’s Houses of Worship

Houses of worship strive to be open and inviting; they are places of refuge for the vulnerable and needy; their doors are often left unlocked; strangers are welcome. So, then, how do we protect their congregations?

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