Independence Day Reminds Us That Freedom Needs Safekeeping
Freedom is a gift. America’s Freedom was purchased with the blood of patriots who fought and died so we could be free.
No, Professor, We Shouldn't Cut Up Our Rights
The Boston Globe published an opinion piece fro ma college professor arguing that the First and Second Amendments are “deeply flawed” because they are “aggressively individualistic.” This is another trend Americans need to be made aware of.
10 Truths About The Basis of Our Second Amendment Freedom That, Too Often, Are Not Being Taught
Tragically, this law professor’s and constitutional lawyer’s work has shown them that the basic tents of our freedom are not being taught in our schools. They off this list of 10 things every American should know as a refresher course.
The Living History Within the Fourth of July
George Mason actually declined to sign the U.S. Constitution because the document didn’t then contain a bill of rights. Soon after, Mason and others would get their way and thereby safeguard our freedom.
Why The Debate On Guns Is So Polemic
The idea that we have the natural right to preserve “our own nature” underlies our rights to self-defense, to protect our own property, to speak the truth as we see it.
What Happens When Politicians Begin Behaving as Anti-Freedom Activists?
This past week’s events beg us to ask this question to tell a politician from an activist.
More Proof the Second Amendment Is a Cornerstone of Freedom
When the battle lines in the fight for freedom are so numerous, it’s worth stepping back a moment for perspective.
Corinne Mosher Talks About Gun Rights
Find out why one competitive shooter thinks the Second Amendment is vital to this country.
This Man Did Not Write A Second (Class) Amendment
Courts are telling gun owners they must choose between 2A rights and their other rights.
Should We Care What ISIS Thinks Of Our Rights?
Charles C.W. Cooke argues that debating ISIS members' opinion on the Second Amendment is missing the point entirely.