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Freedom is on the Move

The Second Amendment was written to restrict government from infringing on a right enjoyed by all Americans equally, but will the millions of new gun owners also become defenders of this right?

Sen. McConnell Mentions National Reciprocity

Sen. Schumer is being warned not to turn the nation’s most-deliberative body into a one-party-ruled runaway freight train.

President Trump Praises NRA Members in Exclusive Interview – A Critical Vote for Freedom

“I have the endorsement of the NRA, which I’m very proud of. These are very, very good people, and they’re protecting the Second Amendment.” — President Donald J. Trump

How To Travel With A Firearm

Though the Second Amendment is an individual right, America has a patchwork of laws ready to entrap anyone looking to exercise this right outside of their home state.

How the NRA Became a Bulwark for Freedom

San Francisco’s recent decision to classify the National Rifle Association as a “terrorist” organization and the New York Attorney General’s “investigation” are just the latest steps in the gun-control lobby’s decades-long effort to demonize the NRA and America’s gun owners.

Standing Guard | The Future Of The NRA

How Freedom Can And Must Triumph Again

Tony Holmes on Congressional Action on Firearms

Reciprocity and the Hearing Protection Act are key issues for Congress to resolve.

Dem AGs Taking On Concealed Carry Reciprocity

As the National Rifle Association works diligently to try to ensure that law-abiding Americans can have the means to protect themselves wherever they travel in the country, anti-gun Democrat attorneys general are pushing back against national concealed-carry reciprocity legislation.

Proof That Many In Hollywood Have Closed Their Judgmental Minds

Frank Miniter looks at Everytown’s new star-studded anti-gun advertisement and the hypocritical stars who appear in it.

National Reciprocity Bill Moving Forward

National reciprocity legislation is moving closer and closer to being heard in the House. H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, now has 212 co-sponsors—Congressman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., was the latest to sign on, as NRA-ILA recently noted.

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