In this midterm election, we are facing one of two scenarios: A venomous anti-gun president in the White House with gun-hating majorities in Congress; or, that same president with pro-Second Amendment majorities in Congress keeping him in check.
We inherited a great freedom thanks to the sacrifices of generations of Americans who came before us. And we are charged with continuing that great legacy handed down to us.
You and I are now in the battle of our lives. Two of the most extreme, gun-hating politicians in America—Nancy Pelosi and Charles Schumer—control the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Anti-gun legislation is on the move in Washington, D.C., like we haven’t seen in a generation.
When I was a little girl in the early 1990s, my father worked in the energy industry and often flitted off to South America. He brought us back postcards and chucherías from this faraway land of Venezuela, describing it as the most picturesque nation in Latin America.
Local officials are depriving their own people and communities of lawful income—directly impacting people’s daily lives, all for the sake of making “statements.”