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Imagine What Biden’s “Ministry of Truth” Could Do to Our Gun Rights

If the Biden administration could use such a board to push for censorship of what it deems false in Second Amendment debates, might then Biden’s clear misinformation on guns have an even bigger impact on this critical freedom?

The “Terrorist” Next Door

In 2021, the National School Boards Association sent a letter to the Biden administration seeking to have concerned parents labeled as "terrorists" for simply speaking up at school-board meetings.

No, Professor, We Shouldn't Cut Up Our Rights

The Boston Globe published an opinion piece fro ma college professor arguing that the First and Second Amendments are “deeply flawed” because they are “aggressively individualistic.” This is another trend Americans need to be made aware of.

From Prohibited Firearms To Prohibited Persons

Guns owners and gun-rights supporters must remain vigilant in the fight against those who try to force their anti-gun agenda on the average law-abiding, pro-gun American.

NRA Prevails Over NYAG: Court Rules Association Cannot be Dissolved

The National Rifle Association of America scored a major legal victory today.

No Doctor Should Prescribe Gun Control

The Biden administration wants doctors to treat gun ownership like it’s a disease. A lot of doctors don’t agree with this ideological and deeply cynical treatment of citizens’ Second Amendment rights.

From the Editor | Freedom Should Not Be Mysterious

Do you remember when you first glimpsed the real basis of our individual freedom? Did a parent show you, a teacher? Too many aren’t being taught about the fundamental nature of our freedom.

Tattletale “Journalism,” In Two Parts

As legacy press outlets have lost much of their ability to manipulate public opinion, these institutions have resorted to increasingly desperate tactics to shape public discourse. Enter tattletale “journalism.”

What Will the U.S. Supreme Court Decide?

The U.S. Supreme Court heard New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, a challenge to New York’s “may-issue” regime. As we wait for the Court’s ruling, here is what was said by both sides in this critical case.

How to Secure America’s Houses of Worship

Houses of worship strive to be open and inviting; they are places of refuge for the vulnerable and needy; their doors are often left unlocked; strangers are welcome. So, then, how do we protect their congregations?

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