“There can only be two explanations for this,” Gottlieb explained. “Either federal gun laws were violated, or Soechtig made the whole thing up. If the latter is true, then her credibility just went out the window, taking Couric’s along with it. If the former is true…” Read the full story here.
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Click to see why the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action, Gun Owners of America, and the Second Amendment Foundation have all come out against the nomination of U.S. Appeals Court Chief Judge Merrick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Gun control advocates have blamed firearms for a number of problems—not to address the issues but to vilify firearms while pushing a political agenda. Here is a case of the organizations championing our Second Amendment rights getting a needed victory for a tragedy that happens far too often.
The gun prohibition lobby is “dancing in the blood of the Kalamazoo shooting victims to push their agenda of public disarmament,” said the Second Amendment Foundation. Read the full story to find out why.
The Second Amendment Foundation has teamed up with Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership to expose the falsehood that gun violence is a public health issue. Read to see how your rights are being defended and how you can become involved.
On May 28, 2015, a federal district court judge denied the District of Columbia’s request for an immediate administrative stay to a decision overturning the city’s “good reason” concealed-carry permit rules. Does this mean DC residents should demand CCLs immediately?
After losing several major battles for gun control, the Antis vowed to ditch the fight at the federal level and take it to the states. Thus far, a tidal wave is brewing on the left coast. Will the Second Amendment survive?
Bailey had spent more than a decade collecting firearms only to have the $25,000 collection confiscated by police. However, the Second Amendment Foundation tipped the scales in the vet’s favor.
Washington, D.C. has issued only eight gun-carry permits, prompting gun-rights organizations to complain that the permitting process is too restrictive and still unconstitutional.