President’s Column | Don’t Let Complacency Overturn The Bruen Decision
Bruen was a battle—a major battle, to be sure, but the war is not over. The victory we achieved in Bruen has enraged the enemies of the Second Amendment, so we must stay vigilant.
When Freedom is Treated as a Felony
Last year's ruling in Bruen affirmed our right to bear arms outside the home, but some states have employed new tactics to achieve their gun-control agenda.
President’s Column | The Groundwork Is Done — Now It’s Up To Us
Violent crime in the United States is escalating due in large part to left-leaning judges and prosecutors being unwilling to do their jobs.
The NRA’s History of Success Continues
The Second Amendment was restored, brick by brick, in a decades-long battle spearheaded by the NRA that continues to this very day.
New Jersey’s Gun-Control Law Ruled Unconstitutional
A district judge recently ruled that it is, in fact, unconstitutional to bar people from exercising their constitutional rights just about everywhere.
Judge Strikes Down New York “Red-Flag” Law
Pro-freedom advocates in the Empire State received some good news recently.
Why New Jersey’s Concealed-Carry Law is Unconstitutional
New Jersey has long been one of the worst states in the nation for law-abiding gun owners to exercise their Second Amendment rights, and the state’s carry laws are among the country’s most restrictive.
Top Second Amendment Stories of 2022
Another year has come and gone, and with it so did many important battles in the ongoing fight to defend our Second Amendment rights.
New York Can’t Get Away With This
When the U.S. Supreme Court tossed out New York state's "good cause" requirement, the state responded with a "good moral character" requirement that is, perhaps, even worse.
President’s Column | Bruen: A Sea-Change Moment
For decades, the NRA has fought to make sure that Americans have the right to self-defense and protection outside their homes.