All law-abiding, sane Americans agree: One of our country’s top priorities should be ensuring the safety of our school children. For decades, protecting our children has been a central focus of the National Rifle Association.
In promoting itself, The Washington Post advertises that, “If you don’t get it … you don’t get it.”
In the last two years, two pro-Second Amendment judges have been appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A war is being waged against gun owners and the NRA, and newspapers are spreading the message for the anti-gunners.
"Back to school" is about more than buying backpacks and clothes: it's about school security, too, and the NRA School Shield program can help.
The last thing kids are thinking about now is going back to school, but school security should be on the mind of all parents.
I have long believed, and often said, that one of America’s greatest threats is national news media that fail to tell the truth.
NRA members have long been well aware of the anti-Second Amendment bias of the national news media. I’ve been calling out their fake news for decades and America’s gun owners have, for decades, stood up to the media lies and fought for the truth about our constitutional freedom.