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?
What Will the U.S. Supreme Court Decide?
The U.S. Supreme Court heard New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, a challenge to New York’s “may-issue” regime. As we wait for the Court’s ruling, here is what was said by both sides in this critical case.
The Coming Second Amendment Court Fights
Nominating judges who have records of applying the U.S. Constitution as it was written might be Trump’s greatest legacy, but did he do enough?
Standing Guard | We Won With Trump, Gorsuch and Kavanaugh, but the Fight is Not Over
In the last two years, two pro-Second Amendment judges have been appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Phil Bredesen’s Team Thinks Voters are “Ignorant”
Project Veritas catches staffers in lies about supporting Brett Kavanaugh and Donald Trump.
Congrats, Gun Owners! You're Almost Back To 5-4.
Ten years ago, the Supreme Court found for an individual right to own a gun by a one-vote margin. Would Heller do any better in today’s court?
Why Democrats are Really Trying to Take Down Kavanaugh
The challenges against the Supreme Court nominee have less to do with him and more to do with his stance on guns.
Divided Appeals Panel Upholds California Ban On Post-2013 Pistols
Imagine if California, to combat what the Legislature considered the serious problem of manmade global warming, required all new vehicles sold by car dealers in the state to run on grass clippings, rather than fossil fuels.
President’s Column | This Election Requires Participation from “Freedom’s Army” of NRA Members
The most pivotal election of our lives is only a few weeks away, and I have just one question: What are WE going to do about it?
Brett Kavanaugh is a Good Choice for High Court
President Trump’s nominee to fill an upcoming Supreme Court vacancy would be good for gun owners.