What This U.S. Supreme Court Decision Will Mean for America
The U.S. Supreme Court declared New York’s “good-cause” requirement for the right to bear arms outside the home unconstitutional, but the struggle for freedom is hardly over.
From the Editor: What This Constitutional Ruling Means
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling Bruen comes down to this: The rights so clearly stated in the Second Amendment of the U.S. Bill of Rights don’t inexplicably vanish when a citizen leaves their home.
Standing Guard | After Historic Supreme Court Win, NRA Members Must Look To Election Day
The Bruen decision shows that when our freedom is under attack, we will fight back and we will win.
President’s Column | Supreme Court Affirms Right To Bear Arms As Congress Tries To Weaken Due Process
We need to focus on better solutions that exist within the framework of freedom.
Tom King Explains What’s Next in Our Now Post-Bruen Fight for Freedom
Tom King, president of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, speaks with A1F Editor in Chief Frank Miniter about the path forward following the Supreme Court's Bruen decision.
The Supreme Court Win is Already Having a Positive Impact
The effects of the landmark Bruen decision are already being felt.
What This Supreme Court Second Amendment Decision Means For American Freedom
Now is a time for nationwide, American flag waving bash with fireworks painting our skies red, white and blue.
NRA Wins Supreme Court Case, NYSRPA v. Bruen
The National Rifle Association welcomes the Supreme Court’s decision in NYSRPA v. Bruen. The Court affirmed that the right to bear arms does not stop at a person’s front door. This is the most significant Second Amendment ruling in more than a decade.
American Freedom Should Not Be Infringed
American federalism allows states to be incubators of new ideas and policies. This can be helpful. But this isn't supposed to happen with a natural right that's specifically protected within the U.S. Bill of Rights.
Parting Shot | Someone Else's Fear Doesn't Negate My Rights
Does another person's irrational fear create a justifiable reason for infringements on another person's rights?