Will the FTC Curb Free Speech for Gun Manufacturers?
Not content with their ongoing efforts to trample the Second Amendment-protected liberties of America’s law-abiding gun owners, anti-gun advocates have set their sights on the First Amendment rights of lawful gun manufacturers.
From the Editor | Freedom Should Not Be Mysterious
Do you remember when you first glimpsed the real basis of our individual freedom? Did a parent show you, a teacher? Too many aren’t being taught about the fundamental nature of our freedom.
Free Speech Doesn’t Apply When It’s About Guns in Wisconsin
Educator faces a lawsuit for deciding students can’t wear clothes that mention firearms; it’s the third such court case in two years.
A Judge Temporarily Protects the NRA’s First Amendment Rights
Again, imagine if a conservative governor decided to target progressive groups like this. The mainstream media would rightly be outraged.
Why San Francisco’s Mayor Had to Back Down
The nature of American freedom forced her to formally pull back from parts of a municipal resolution, from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, that threatened to blacklist contractors associated with the NRA.
Drawing of AR-15 on T-shirts Gets Patriotic Apparel Business Booted from Connecticut Fair
So-called “violent nature” of “Love Your Rifle” shirt, other products led to booth eviction.
Will A Free People Allow Their Government To Gag Gun Owners?
Elected officials, who swore to uphold the Constitution, are using the power given them by voters to destroy their Second Amendment rights—by eliminating their First Amendment rights.
T-Shirts That Mention Guns Said to be OK in Schools
Judge rules that school can’t enforce its dress code that prohibits the wearing of clothing that depicts guns in a non-violent sense.
College Coach Tells Player: Firearms or Lacrosse, You Choose
Social media posts showing guns apparently won’t be tolerated at Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Score One for Free Speech About the NRA
A parent wins the argument after a teacher harassed a couple of students for wearing NRA T-shirts in school.