Less than a year into the Biden-Harris administration, there is already a sense that America is at a tipping point. At the fulcrum of this precarious balance is the Second Amendment.
The point of Export Reform is to allocate export-control resources most efficiently among different types of goods.
Walmart was never much of a gun store. It is now less of one. Walmart announced, as a response to the criminal actions of mass-murderers, that it’s going to stop selling handguns in Alaska (Walmart previously stopped selling handguns everywhere else) and will stop selling “short-barrel rifle and handgun ammunition” in stores all over America (it stopped selling modern sporting rifles in 2015, though it kept selling less-politically incorrect semi-automatic rifles).
The NRA isn’t just under attack in the opening salvo of this political season because it stands steadfastly in defense of our right to keep and bear arms.
Ever since taking control of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Democrat leadership, with the full support of the vast majority of their caucus, has been waging an unprecedented assault on the Second Amendment.
Issues related to guns in America have been very much in the news as some politicians blame American freedom for the actions of murderers; meanwhile, a lot of data is giving us clues of what's to come.
The failed presidential candidate continues to throw his fiscal might around in an attempt to pursue his anti-gun agenda.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation brings an end to an administration that was no friend of the Second Amendment.