Campus Carry comes to Idaho July 1
Despite opposition from academic liberals, Idaho made the move to make its colleges safer.
Guns in churches in the Land of Lincoln
Concealed carry has come to Illinois, but what about in the pews?
NAGR: These 12 men will protect your gun rights
The National Association for Gun Rights is working to elect its slate of endorsed candidates.
Colorado gun owners beat back ‘mental health’ gun control ruse
Rocky Mountain Gun Owners led the fight to defeat legislation that would have twisted the definition of mental health to disarm the state’s gun owners.
Florida governor ducks, dodges ‘warning shot’ bill on his desk
Florida’s governor campaigned as a defender of the Second Amendment, but he keeps gun rights advocates guessing when and if those promises come true.
Missouri lawmakers seek to ‘nullify’ federal gun laws
“Show Me State” legislators look to show Democratic Governor Nixon a bill to defend their citizens from federal gun laws, regulations and restrictiions.
Thompson: My gun rights journey
NAGR spokeswoman describes how her dad’s influence led her to join the fight to restore American gun rights.
Stockman, Miller bill restores veteran gun rights
Feds target veterans and take away their gun rights.
Surprise: Texas gun rights lagging
Despite its gun-toting reputation, The Lone Star State has highly restrictive gun laws that mirror more liberal states.
Idaho House votes for campus carry 50-19
Will Otter sign Idaho’s campus carry bill? He ought ‘er.
Gun grabbers pivot to mental health legislation
Those pushing such legislation are quick to claim that they are only interested in disarming those that are a danger to themselves or others, but divining who is going to be a danger is not a simple process.