It’s not unusual for anti-Second Amendment politicians to lambaste and lie about this nation’s oldest-civil rights organization and gun owners.
More than 100 members of the U.S. Representatives are demanding answers over the recent creation of a specific code designed to track sales of firearms, ammunition and other related purchases.
A prominent anti-gunner in the House, and a committee chair, will not be returning to Congress next term.
As anti-gun politicians become increasingly hostile to a law-abiding industry that exists to support our constitutional rights, one company has decided to issue a strong rebuke to these attacks.
Here’s a brief look at five things in the ban on so-called "assault weapons" that you might not have been aware were included in the legislation.
While some good things were heard, there was also a lot of bad.
The proposed legislation didn’t work 30 years ago and, if history is any indicator, it wouldn’t this time.
The hearing was nothing more than an attempt to malign a law-abiding industry.