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VIDEO: Will We Be Allowed To Carry Our Freedom Where We Need It Most?

The U.S. Supreme Court is to decide if local officials can simply deny our Second Amendment rights.

How Venezuela’s Good Citizens Were Disarmed is a Lesson For Us

When I was a little girl in the early 1990s, my father worked in the energy industry and often flitted off to South America. He brought us back postcards and chucherías from this faraway land of Venezuela, describing it as the most picturesque nation in Latin America.

California Sheriff Encourages Concealed-Carry Holders in his County to “Exercise their Rights”

“If something like those horrific active shooter incidents was to happen here, I want the people of my county to be able to defend themselves. None of us are immune.”

FBI Seeks $4.2 Million for Critical Enhancements to NICS for Firearm Checks

Despite gun-control efforts, more people seeking to buy firearms and causing a record number of FBI background checks.

More First-Time Gun Owners in Minnesota’s Largest Cities Lead to Spike in State’s Gun Permits

More Minnesotans are getting gun permits than ever before and learning about gun safety.

Italy Moves toward Loosening Strict Gun Laws for Self Defense

Crime is causing Italians to seek firearms for protection.

More Professionals and Women Contribute to Rising Demand for Gun Permits in Chicago

The Windy City is seeing an increase in FOID applications among different populations.

Massachusetts Governor Won’t Reinstate Gun Permits

Gov. Charlie Baker ignores court order; his defiance affects hundreds of gun owners.

Your Tax Dollars At Work

Anti-gun politicians who can’t ban guns outright have found another plan—tax them into oblivion.

NYT Hates NRA Museum Because Of Concealed-Carry Reciprocity?

A nonsensical op-ed in The New York Times torturously tries to connect two completely unrelated gun topics, proving the newspaper’s credibility has hit rock bottom.

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