Frank Miniter

From The Editor: Will More Europeans Go Pro-Gun Rights?

It is an open question whether, as everyone sees Ukrainian citizens picking up rifles to defend their lives and liberty from Russian troops, more Europeans will come to the conclusion that this is a right every law-abiding person needs.

From The Editor: Ukraine Showed the World Freedom is Worth Fighting For

If there is a silver lining to the horrors Vladimir Putin has inflicted upon the Ukrainian people, it is that they stood up to a tyrant and showed the world why, to really be free, the people need their right to keep and bear arms.

From The Editor: What is a Good Citizen to Do?

Crime is personal. Victims are real. Law-abiding Americans deserve the right to defend themselves just as police officers deserve our respect for doing a tough job.

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.

From the Editor | Two Scary Years for Freedom

We know our liberty is in great danger when the only thing standing between our freedom and the tyranny of a thin majority—a political faction that detests the Second Amendment of the U.S. Bill of Rights—may be the U.S. Senate’s filibuster rule.

From the Editor | An American Culture of Freedom

Somewhere, away from the volatile politics of 2020 running headlong into 2021, has been the range. And, to paraphrase the “Rifleman’s Creed,” there are many others like it, but this one is mine.

From The Editor – Election Day!

Joe Biden thinks Americans hate their freedom. On Election Day, Nov. 3, you’ll have the chance to tell him how wrong he is.

From The Editor: How Will the New Gun Owners Vote?

If the hands-on use of a freedom does influence people to vote to protect that freedom, then Joe Biden has a surprise coming.

From The Editor: More Relevant Than Ever After 20 Years

America’s 1st Freedom is 20 years old this month.

From The Editor: Barriers to Freedom

Our 50 states can experiment with policy, as long as they stay within the constraints of the U.S. Constitution, their state constitutions and so on.

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