A Look At Some Of What To Expect In 2023
This year, we will push to expand constitutional carry, right-to-carry laws and fight the gun control groups' continued attempts to use the financial sector to effectively get the restrictions they can't get through legislatures. And this is just the beginning of what we will do!
The Financial War on Our Freedom
The Biden administration has been waging a war on firearms makers and dealers. Meanwhile, some financial companies have behaved as if they are gun-control-activist groups.
Shooting Straight with Lawrence Keane
President Biden has been waging a focused attack on gun stores and manufacturers. The NSSF has even reported a 500% increase in dealers being closed under this administration. So we decided to ask the NSSF's top lawyer about how they're pushing back.
15 State AGs Push for Senate to Reject Dettelbach
In the letter to Sens. Schumer and McConnell, the attorneys general flatly state their opposition to President Biden's nomination to lead the ATF.
25 States Have Now Gotten Out of Our Way
Just over three decades ago, only on state had constitutional carry. Now, half the country has gotten out of the way of Americans' right to carry concealed.
What’s Next for Constitutional Carry?
Freedom is advancing in legislatures across the country.
Constitutional Carry: A Trend We Hope to Continue in 2022
For many years, our right to keep and bear arms has made steady progress at the state level.
Three Recent Cases That Prove Guns Save Lives
Anti-gun groups and gun-ban politicians will try to convince you that very few people successfully defend themselves and others with firearms. That couldn't be further from the truth.
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?
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.