Joe Biden was sworn in as president of the United States on Jan. 20, 2021. Seventy-seven days later, on April 7, he announced a series of executive actions that would criminalize formerly lawful behavior and invest a rank gun-control advocate with the power to target gun owners as criminals.
In a disappointing decision, the U.S. Supreme Court called New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. New York City moot.
While it doesn’t receive much attention, thousands of Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) cadets across the nation learn about firearms safety, marksmanship and the core values of American citizenship every year as members of JROTC Rifle Teams. And, as is the case with one Florida U.S. Marine Corps JROTC team, many of those cadets are female.
To grab some headlines, one by one they are trying to get to the left of the pack on guns.
In the last two years, two pro-Second Amendment judges have been appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
In Texas, a movement is underway wherein the Democratic Party sent voter registration forms to immigrants with the citizenship box already checked.
Venezuela. It was a nation with corruption, crime, poverty—and freedom—and its oil and natural resources attracted people from all over the world. It was a tourist paradise with its 300 beautiful keys and islands and crystal-clear turquoise water. Like many others, Venezuela was an imperfect country, but one that enabled people with perseverance and dedication to fulfill their dreams.