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Shooting Straight With Rich Lowry

The first time I met Rich Lowry, editor in chief of National Review, was at a book party in a small bar in Midtown Manhattan in 2009.

What If?

If one of these anti-gun politicians wins the presidency, what then? Let’s just take their word for it.

Police Association, Virginia Law Enforcement Officers Oppose Gun Control Laws

The Southern States Police Benevolent Association is supporting Virginia law-enforcement officers against new gun-control laws.

Democratic Debate Skirts Extreme Gun Control Stances Yet Again, Bloomberg Doesn’t

Though he wasn’t present, Bloomberg still found a way to push his anti-gun agenda.

Politicians are Finding Out Gun Rights are Also Women’s Rights

Dianna Muller lost count of how many times she responded to chillingly desperate calls for help during her 22 years as a police officer in Tulsa, Okla.

It’s Never Enough

Gun-Control Advocates Won’t Ever Be Satisfied With Marginal Changes To Our Gun Laws

“Hell Yes” AR-15 Raffle a Success for Buckeye Firearms Association

Ohio gun-rights organization’s raffle came after a presidential candidate vowed to take your guns.

This ACLU Position Shouldn’t Be Surprising, But It Is

An “ex parte order” is one in which the person impacted is not informed of the court actions being taken. They are given no opportunity to offer other evidence. Their only avenue for justice is to argue they are innocent after being found guilty.

The Most Surprising Thing About the Democrat’s Latest Debate

In this election season, even simple reporting of these candidates’ positions on the Second Amendment would sound like hyperbole to anyone who, say, has been off the grid for a few years.

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