Take a look at how the NRA quietly leads the charge against anti-gun politicians who are insistent on limiting—or eliminating—our right to bear arms.
Elections have consequences. Less than two months into the Biden administration, the U.S. House of Representatives took up two far-reaching gun-control bills. Neither would reduce crime, but that is not the point.
With the selection of Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) to join presidential nominee Joe Biden as his pick for vice president, the 2020 Democratic ticket has achieved the dubious “honor” of being the most anti-gun presidential ticket in the history of the United States.
The framers of the Constitution “knew what emergencies were, knew the pressures they engender for authoritative action, knew, too, how they afford a ready pretext for usurpation.”
This past November, as Americans were preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving, Michael Bloomberg,
In a December 2000 interview with CBS’s Dan Rather, President Bill Clinton, fresh off Al Gore’s defeat in the presidential election, acknowledged, “I don’t think there’s any doubt that, in at least five states I can think of, the NRA had a decisive influence … .”