What Exactly is in Biden’s New Gun-Control Executive Order
President Biden likes the power of the pen. Now, he's using it to go after your Second Amendment rights.
The White House Just Said What Right Before the Midterm Election?
Just before the midterm election, the White House is saying that the president will “do everything in his power” to bring his gun-control agenda to fruition.
Midterm Election Series: Vote For Freedom
The midterm election will impact our Second Amendment rights. Americans who love their freedom need to go out and vote.
The U.S. Congress is at a Tipping Point
President Biden’s gun-control agenda could not be any clearer. Biden constantly makes sure to repeat the same lies, to share the same historical fictions and to offer up the same proposals he has for decades.
Biden’s State of the Union: Nothing New, Nothing Good for Freedom
The president repeated his anti-Second Amendment talking points and weird jokes.
Gun-Control’s Hollywood Connections
Everytown’s anti-gun Hollywood agenda has been a bust, but the gun-control group remains intent on pushing propaganda through the entertainment industry.
Biden’s Nose Just Keeps Growing
Faced with polls showing that support for stricter gun control is lower than it has been in years and a Congress that has, thus far, rejected the more radical among his ideas, President Biden has decided to fall back on lies.
Opening Salvo | Everyone Needs to Read the DNC's Anti-Gun Platform
We have reached what should prove to be an infamous moment. The 2020 Democrat Party presidential ticket will be the first in American history to feature a candidate who openly supports the confiscation of firearms from law-abiding citizens.
COVID-19 Exposes Ineffective Gun Control
As I write this, America is still struggling with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have been directly affected by the virus. And virtually every American has been impacted in some way.
We Must Remember Our History Of Freedom
Just four days after the patriots defeated the Red Coats at Lexington and Concord in 1775, the inhabitants of occupied Boston were desperate to flee the city.