The White House Just Said What Right Before the Midterm Election?
Just before the midterm election, the White House is saying that the president will “do everything in his power” to bring his gun-control agenda to fruition.
Midterm Election Series: Vote For Freedom
The midterm election will impact our Second Amendment rights. Americans who love their freedom need to go out and vote.
Your Vote Matters: A Pro-Gun Congress Can Stop Biden’s Anti-gun Executive Overreach
The midterm election in November offers the opportunity for pro-gun voters to take back the U.S. House of Representatives and restore the U.S. Constitution's checks and balances.
The Legal Battles Over “Gun-Free Zones”
We are supposed to believe that criminals will obey the "gun-free zone" signs.
Freedom Is On the Ballot in Oregon
Election day is less than a month away, with early voting quickly approaching, and in Oregon, freedom is on the ballot in the form of a measure that, if passed, could enact some of the most-restrictive gun-control laws in the nation.
This Mayor Says It’s Easier to Buy Guns Than Apples
Whether through willful ignorance or outright dishonesty, anti-Second Amendment politicians get the facts wrong all the time. Some lies, however, are so obviously false they are just embarrassing.
Battleground Races for the Second Amendment
Key races for senators, governors and many other elected positions around the country require gun owners' attention and votes.
Senate Candidate Put His Ignorance of NRA, Gun Owners on Full Display
It’s not unusual for anti-Second Amendment politicians to lambaste and lie about this nation’s oldest-civil rights organization and gun owners.
The Races That Will Decide Our Freedom
Whether a majority of pro-freedom candidates win in this midterm election will depend on how the individual races highlighted here turn out. That being said, every local, state and congressional race matters.
Why Illinois Will Likely See Even More Violent Crime
As we near a midterm election on November 8, a lot of anti-Second Amendment politicians have been blaming guns in general, or our Second Amendment rights in particular, for recent rises in violent-crime rates.