When Politicians Push Gun Control, This Happens
As anti-Second Amendment politicians in a few states continue to push, and even pass, gun bans and other legislation that infringes on Americans’ constitutional rights, they’re seeing increased firearms sales in those same states.
North Carolina Votes in Favor of Freedom
Legislators in North Carolina voted to override the governor’s veto and thereby did away with the state’s antiquated permit-to-purchase system.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Gives His Analysis of This Critical Midterm Election
Mark Robinson went from giving a speech about our rights to being elected lieutenant governor of North Carolina in less than three years. Recently, he sat down with A1F Editor in Chief Frank Miniter to talk about this critical midterm election.
Will Durham Choose Control Over Common Sense?
There is a real problem, one that certainly won’t be solved by making it harder for law-abiding citizens to practice their Second Amendment right
A Good Win for Freedom
With the presidential election, and all of its irregularities, now being fought over in courtrooms across America, this is a good time to highlight a win for freedom.
Shooting Straight with Mark Robinson
In this hyperbolic age of Twitter memes, Instagram-polished images and one-sided mainstream media narratives, it is refreshing to know that honest outrage—sometimes a real breath of fresh air—can still rise right through the loud, partisan demagoguery of our current politics to give us Mark Robinson’s four-minute, tell-it-like-it-is speech to, of all the American forums, the Greensboro City Council in North Carolina.
Concealed-Carry Permits Triple in North Carolina since 2010
“You don’t want to be like a sitting duck."
North Carolina Sheriff Deputy Denied Engagement Ring due to Gun
The manager apparently was unsympathetic and told the deputy to return at a time when he was not wearing his firearm.
North Carolina Sees Increase in Concealed Handgun Permits Across State
State now ranks 10th highest in nation for number of permits.
North Carolina proposed law would reward trained teachers who carry firearms
Despite opposition, one co-sponsor of the legislation says it’s a way to strengthen school security.