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California Scheming

Will California’s gun laws come to your state?

Virginia County School Board Moves to Educate Youth on Safe Gun Handling

“The more we educate our young people on how to safely handle a firearm and...

Free Speech Doesn’t Apply When It’s About Guns in Wisconsin

Educator faces a lawsuit for deciding students can’t wear clothes that mention firearms; it’s the...

“Assault Weapons” Bans Ineffective, Say Bloomberg-Backed Researchers

Bans on “assault weapons” have no direct impact on fatal mass shootings, concluded a study...

Crime In Virginia Is Falling, Governor Focuses On Turning Law-Abiding Gun Owners Into Felons

In January, disgraced Governor Ralph Northam and his anti-gun allies in the Virginia General Assembly...

Disarming the Poor

The Second Amendment protects the right of “the people,” not just the privileged few, to...

President’s Column | Join Your Fellow NRA Members In Nashville!

As your NRA president, I encourage you to join us next month from April 16...

Eddie Eagle Soars Online

Gun-safety materials are available for download, which will help Eddie Eagle’s lifesaving message reach more...

There Are Many Second Amendment Supporters in California

Contrary to what some might think, there is Second Amendment support in the state.

NRA’s National Youth Shooting Sports Ambassador Program

We all know the history of how the NRA began, with a post-Civil War military...

Elvie Shane is NRA Country

If you dig a good ole country tune infused with the soul of Southern Rock,...

Michael Bloomberg Thinks He Can Buy Your Freedom

Michael Bloomberg is the Grinch of modern American politics. Bloomberg lives a separate, elitist lifestyle...

High Demand for Tennessee’s New Online Concealed Carry Permit Option

Eight days after it became available, 1,200 people already had applied for Tennessee’s new carry...

South Carolina Attorney General Urges City to Repeal Anti-Gun Ordinances

Ordinances deemed to violate state’s preemption statute could leave taxpayers liable should they enter litigation.

A “Red-Flag Law” Horror Story

Those within the gun-control movement who like to blithely ask, “What’s the worst that could...

Why Democratic Leadership Wants Public Health Officials to Do Gun Research

Perhaps, given their career choice, the criminologists are simply more aware of the fact that,...

Arming Teachers Just Makes Sense

“I have a lot of safety measures in place, but if somebody were to get...

Tennessee Makes Carrying Concealed Easier

A new Tennessee law, effective January 1, allows residents to obtain a concealed-carry permit more...

Shooting Sports Spotlight: Shooting, Coaching, Healing

Shooting can mean many things to many people. For Keali Chang, it meant a way...
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