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Did the Attorney General Of California Really Think He’d Get Away With This?

Clearly, the attorney general of California didn’t expect researchers to actually check his historical sources.

How the NRA Helped to Reopen Massachusetts’s Gun Stores

On May 7, a federal district judge in Massachusetts ended the state’s unconstitutional shutdown of...

How To Travel With A Firearm

Though the Second Amendment is an individual right, America has a patchwork of laws ready...

The Reprieve was Short for California’s Gun Owners

Soon after a U.S. District Judge stopped enforcement of California’s ammunition background check system, the...

States Try Blocking Trump’s Pro-Gun Reform, Showing Need For Good Judges

The point of Export Reform is to allocate export-control resources most efficiently among different types...

South Carolina Attorney General Sues City Over Anti-Gun Ordinances

State’s capital ignored warnings to repeal laws that violate preemption.

Some Don’t Think Your Rights Are “Essential”

Is the Second Amendment of the U.S. Bill of Rights “essential” to our freedom? Yes—unequivocally...

What Makes A Gun A Gun?

The media has recently made much ado about prosecutions being dismissed involving AR-15 lower receivers....

They Hate Our Right To Self-Defense

NRA member Jack Wilson, the “average” citizen who stopped a Texas church shooter, is awarded...

Elections Matter: Pennsylvania Attorney General “Re-defines” Firearms

Looking for an indication of how important a single race for a single elected position...

President’s Column | Join Your Fellow NRA Members In Nashville!

As your NRA president, I encourage you to join us next month from April 16...

Crooked California: Bad Gun-Control Laws Once Again Foster Official Corruption

In news that will not shock gun-rights supporters, the anti-gun utopia of California has provided...

South Carolina Attorney General Urges City to Repeal Anti-Gun Ordinances

Ordinances deemed to violate state’s preemption statute could leave taxpayers liable should they enter litigation.

Virginia Sheriff Offers to Deputize “Thousands” to Protect Second Amendment Rights

Deputized citizens would undergo the same background checks and evaluations all new deputies receive.

Alabama Attorney General Leads 21-State Coalition in Defense of the Second Amendment

Growing opposition to a restrictive Maryland law asks the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a...

Montana Supreme Court Rules Unanimously in Favor of Gun Rights

State’s high court reversed a previous ruling that would impose extreme gun-control measures.

Why Did the Mormon Church Ban Good Guys With Guns?

“What is frustrating to me is that we never got any insight into the, ‘Why?’”

Why San Francisco’s Mayor Had to Back Down

The nature of American freedom forced her to formally pull back from parts of a...

A Federal Court Says States Can Ban Modern Sporting Rifles

A federal judge upheld California’s ban on many popular semi-automatic rifles. U.S. District Judge Josephine...

West Virginia Attorney General Affirms Concealed-Carry Reciprocity With Several States

“West Virginians travel the country every day, and by protecting their concealed-carry rights, we ensure...
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