The text of the Second Amendment is explicit, and since it is a right, the people, not the government, decide. Yet, gun-control activists are still intent on attempting to define exactly what "arms" are protected by it.
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?
AWR Hawkins describes how the 2008 Supreme Court decision in the Heller case continues to protect our Second Amendment Rights nearly 10 years later.
Clinton doesn’t have to overturn Heller—she just has to make us afraid to practice our rights.
A tribute to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who passed away on Feb. 13, 2016.
Two justices who voted for Heller will be 80+ when the next president is elected.