The Nashvillains

The Nashvillains Are NRA Country

Comprised of three incredibly talented singer/songwriters, The Nashvillains are catching people’s attention in Music City and beyond.

Shooting Straight with Grant Stinchfield

Grant Stinchfield is the host of "Stinchfield" on Newsmax. He has a lot to say about the battle for our freedom.

Tattletale “Journalism,” In Two Parts

As legacy press outlets have lost much of their ability to manipulate public opinion, these institutions have resorted to increasingly desperate tactics to shape public discourse. Enter tattletale “journalism.”

A Right Delayed: Why We Can’t Give Government Discretion Over our Rights

In 2020, as concerns over COVID-19 and violent unrest gripped the nation, Americans demonstrated unprecedented support for their right to keep and bear arms. The FBI conducted a record-setting 39.6 million National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) checks in 2020.

Michael Austin Is NRA Country

Three things NRA Country loves are our brave service members, first responders and of course country music. When we discovered Michael Austin—a U.S. Air Force veteran, retired deputy sheriff and current country artist—we knew he fit the NRA Country brand.

Justice Alito Warns: Gun Rights are at Risk During Pandemic Restrictions

Last week, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito told a group of attorneys that individual rights were at increased risk of government encroachment—including the right to keep and bear arms.

Chicago’s Mayhem isn’t the Fault of Legal Gun Owners

2020 has seen a sharp increase in Chicago violence.

Joe Biden Wants Your Guns

It’s a funny word, “moderate.” We throw it around habitually, as a positive and aggrandizing description, but we rarely stop to ask the crucial, prerequisite question: “Relative to what?”

Yet Another TV Show Maligns the NRA and Gun Owners

The Blacklist casts a negative light on those who lawfully protect themselves.

The Armed Citizen® November 28, 2019

A masked intruder allegedly entered a home the morning of Aug. 18 in Lexington County, S.C. and struck three people with the butt of a shotgun before being shot in the chest by one of the occupants.

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