Gun-control activists and politicians don't want citizens to know the truth about these semi-automatic rifles. So here is the history, and the contemporary facts, about these rifles.
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.
Halbrook Explains the Bruen Decision
Stephen Halbrook has won Second Amendment cases in the U.S. Supreme Court and given his wealth of knowledge on this very topic, America's 1st Freedom Editor in Chief Frank Miniter spoke with him about the recent Bruen decision.
Shooting Straight with Stephen P. Halbrook
Stephen P. Halbrook talks with America's 1st Freedom Editor in Chief Frank Miniter about which firearms have "common-use" protections and more.
What Firearms Have “Common-Use” Protections?
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.
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.
VIDEO: Will We Be Allowed To Carry Our Freedom Where We Need It Most?
The U.S. Supreme Court is to decide if local officials can simply deny our Second Amendment rights.
The NRA was There
As part of the historical pendulum that swings between freedom and slavery, the right to bear arms is always under attack by elites seeking absolute power.
Can Biden Take Your Rights With The Stroke of a Pen?
In his first week in office, President Joe Biden (D) signed a stack of 22 executive orders. By mid-March, he had signed more than 50. Just before this went to print, four Democrat senators, led by Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), sent a letter to Biden asking him to take executive action on guns.
The Long March to Restore the Second Amendment in New York
“I grew up at a time when people were not afraid of people with firearms. I used to travel on the subway from Queens to Manhattan with a rifle. Could you imagine doing that today in New York City?” So recalled U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia about his days as a schoolboy on a rifle team.