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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?

What Everytown Doesn’t Want You to Know About “Universal” Background Checks

The more people learn about “universal” background checks, the less they like them.

Shooting Straight with Gov. Kristi Noem

Women relate to her warm personality. Men want to compete with her grit. She’s a force to watch and admire.

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.

A Long Overdue Solution to the Patchwork of Carry Laws

The Bipartisan Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act is much needed.

The Choice for Freedom is Clear in Georgia’s Runoff Elections

Jon Ossoff is no friend of your rights and Georgia voters need to make their voices heard.

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.

A History of Freedom

Those who insist history turns on a one-way ratchet, and that liberties, once lost, are never recovered, have clearly not been following the work of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and its millions upon millions of members.

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 their continued freedom to do both—travel and still exercise their Second Amendment rights.”

Concealed-Carry Nation

Clearly freedom is on the move thanks to your support of the NRA.

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