As the Declaration of Independence says, all free people “are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights.” The first and most-fundamental of these is the right to arms to defend ourselves.
In an era when the government is increasingly being weaponized and some courts are trying to ignore the Bruen ruling, just as they ignored Heller and McDonald, you can be sure the NRA is fighting for your freedom.
Reverence and respect for freedom shouldn’t be a partisan issue and we must do our part to bring new gun owners into the fold.
At the NRA Annual Meetings, a group of kids lined up to ring what I call the ”Freedom Bell“ and thus gave us all good reason to be proud. This event spoke volumes about the critical need for all of us to continue educating our children about freedom.
We are on the right side of history and that is why we will continue to fight every day to secure this freedom as a birthright of all free people.
If the enemies of our constitutional rights prevail, millions of young Americans will never get to experience the Second Amendment.
Bruen was a battle—a major battle, to be sure, but the war is not over. The victory we achieved in Bruen has enraged the enemies of the Second Amendment, so we must stay vigilant.
Almost as soon as the voting was over, President Biden once again said that he wants to sign a ban on pretty much every firearm sold in the U.S. Though he likely doesn't have the votes to do so in this Congress, this balance of power does give him some opportunities to go after our freedom.
The most-consistent—and likely most-accurate—thing President Joe Biden says about firearms is that he wants to ban them.