A Group of Senators Want Government Agencies to Enact Gun Control
Anti-Second Amendment legislators want government agencies to ban gun advertising, to use the financial services sector to restrict gun sales and more. These attacks must be stopped.
The Midterm Election and Second Amendment Freedom
Let’s take a look at what the midterm elections wrought and, therefore, what Biden might be able to do in the last two years of his term.
This Mayor Says It’s Easier to Buy Guns Than Apples
Whether through willful ignorance or outright dishonesty, anti-Second Amendment politicians get the facts wrong all the time. Some lies, however, are so obviously false they are just embarrassing.
Credit Card Companies Will Now Watch Gun Sales
The gun-control movement, with the help of an international organization that develops standards in a number of fields, appears to have found a way to try to pressure credit-card companies to peer into gun owners’ transactions and lives.
NRA Reelects Charles Cotton as President, Wayne LaPierre as CEO/EVP at Houston Board of Directors Meeting
The National Rifle Association of America (NRA) announced the election results from its Board of Directors Meeting held in Houston, Texas.
President’s Column | The Road Less Traveled
Who would have believed a year and a half ago what our lives would be like today? Not me! But the COVID-19 pandemic, attacks by governmental entities and officials, and personal and family illnesses have not stopped the NRA.
Biden Signals Intent to Go After Manufacturers, Dealers
President Biden is saying the quiet part out loud, and his intentions are clear.
Standing Guard | A Crucial Moment In History
From the time I joined the NRA, I always felt we were the underdog, even though a majority of America was on our side.
Cuomo’s Big, Bad Idea
In an attempt to rise from the ashes of his scandals, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is saying firearms manufacturers and dealers are a “public nuisance” that should be sued into insolvency.
VIDEO: The Importance of the NRA at 150
The NRA’s founders in 1871 may not have foreseen the political importance of the organization they created, but we owe them our gratitude.