Bank of America Wants to Track Gun Owners
Can banks use credit-card tracking to create a database of gun owners? That's what it looks like they're trying to do.
Free-Market Leader Calls United, Bank of America to Task
During recent shareholder meetings, a representative from the National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project said businesses were putting politics ahead of fiduciary responsibility.
Senator Chastises Banks for Second Amendment Stance
Louisiana Republican reminds the public that taxpayers bailed out banks a decade ago, so it’s not their prerogative to disregard gun owners.
Banks Turn Against Gun Rights; What Can You Do?
Unable to persuade Congress to pass the gun control they covet, America’s firearm restrictionists have set their eyes on another target—the banking system. In the last couple of months, their efforts have borne fruit.
Mail Call: Business Overreach
I just finished the America’s 1st Freedom July issue and was pleased to see two pieces on business overreach with respect to curtailing our Second Amendment freedom.
Wells Fargo Stands By Principles In Issuing Credit to Sturm, Ruger
The San-Francisco-based bank issued $40 million of credit to the gun manufacturer despite critics’ ire.
Banks Attempt to Enforce Anti-Gun Restrictions
Some of America’s major banks are passing restrictive firearms regulations to control their customers or shunning business from the gun industry.
When Woke Companies Discriminate Against You
Here’s what we can do about anti-Second Amendment corporate behavior.