Charles L. Cotton

President’s Column | Ukraine’s Example

For anyone who ever needed proof of how crucial gun rights are to our survival and our safety, I have just two words of advice: Remember Ukraine!

How You Can Watch Olympic Shooters Compete

After a year-long delay and the additional anticipation associated with it, Olympic shooters from the United States are now in Tokyo hoping to make their lifelong dreams come true.

A Pair Of Academics Question Gun-Control Orthodoxy

Given that so much gun-policy research is explicitly funded by individuals hostile to our rights, gun owners are right to be skeptical of many academics.

Using Pop Culture Anime Cartoons, Japan Promotes Rifles in Youth Shooting Sport Before 2020 Olympics

The Japanese are using local pop culture cartoons to promote firearms to young people to generate interest in competitive shooting sports.

American Warrior | Pearl Harbor Reflections

76 years ago this week, a signal event brought about U.S. entry into World War II.

Should We Care What ISIS Thinks Of Our Rights?

Charles C.W. Cooke argues that debating ISIS members' opinion on the Second Amendment is missing the point entirely.

Into The Breach At Belleau Wood

The United States Marine Corps made June 6 a day to remember 26 years before D-Day.

Fort Lauderdale Shooting Brings Out The Best—And The Worst—In USA TODAY

In the aftermath of the Fort Lauderdale Airport shooting, USA TODAY reported on the efforts of Florida state Sen. Greg Steube to eliminate state law establishing gun-free zones. “Gun-free zones don’t prevent criminals from breaking the law and killing innocent victims,” said Steube. “All that law did was prevent law-abiding citizens who have a concealed-carry permit from carrying their firearm in defense of themselves and others.”

American Warrior | Pearl Harbor: 75 Years Ago Today

Seventy-five years ago today, Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese Imperial Navy.

Pearl Harbor: A Look From The Other Side

The Japanese victory that began World War II was a fruit long in growing, fatal in eating.

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