The next time a cynical anti-gun politician tells you normal citizens never successfully use firearms for self-defense, you know where to direct them.
As it is Election Day, it’s important to listen to what has been said about your Second Amendment rights on the campaign trail.
Given Bill Clinton's comments, one doesn’t have to guess what happens if gun-control-supporting politicians have control in the next Congress.
Sen. Grassley has long been a defender of freedom and a protector of real whistleblowers. So, as we now face a consequential midterm election, we decided to get his opinions on this election and the prospects for the future of the Second Amendment.
Just before the midterm election, the White House is saying that the president will “do everything in his power” to bring his gun-control agenda to fruition.
This election is, and must be, a law-and-order referendum that will, hopefully, force public officials across America to alter policies to target the criminal class in our society, not our freedom.
In this midterm election, we are facing one of two scenarios: A venomous anti-gun president in the White House with gun-hating majorities in Congress; or, that same president with pro-Second Amendment majorities in Congress keeping him in check.