Getting Out the Vote

Getting out the Pennsylvania vote is a big business – at least in areas like New York and Washington, DC.  Did you know that outside groups are planning to pay strangers who don’t know anything our home districts to come and recruit voters to turn up at the polls?  One group plans to spend in a quarter of their $2...

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Bucks County Legislative Grade Updates

Due to the delayed votes over Castle Doctrine in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives & Senate, the NRA magazines that landed in today’s mailboxes are incorrect. One very important race deserves attention from voters, and we’ve got updates on other races around the Bucks County area vital for gun owners. Rob...

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The Fight for Self-Defense

To the surprise of many gun owners, the battle to pass a simple self-defense law that allows you to defend yourself from attack on your own property was delayed for months by a small minority of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. This comes as even more of a shock if you only look at the story through the vote totals from...

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NRA Officially Endorses Jason Altmire for Congress

Sep 24, 10

Posted by in Former Candidates

The announcement came yesterday from the NRA Political Victory Fund: The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is endorsing Jason Altmire for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives in Pennsylvania’s 4th Congressional District. “The NRA-PVF is endorsing Jason Altmire because he has been a...

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NRA Opposed To Kagan Nomination To U.S. Supreme Court

Joint Statement by Wayne LaPierre, NRA Executive Vice President & CEO, and Chris Cox, Executive Director of NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action There may be no vote a United States Senator casts that is more important than a vote to confirm a nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court. Now that the Court has clearly stated...

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A Look at Elena Kagan’s Second Amendment Record

David Kopel is the Research Director of the Independence Institute, an NRA instructor, a Second Amendment scholar, and a friend of On Thursday evening, he testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Elena Kagan’s record on the Second Amendment. His commentary discusses the “Clinton-Kagan gun...

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We Win!

The Second Amendment is now incorporated to cover state and local governments according to today’s opinion released in McDonald vs. Chicago. According to SCOTUS Blog, the decision has been released today, and we’ll have more details as the opinion is shared with the public. In the meantime, please take a few minutes to...

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Dan Onorato Now Blames Corbett for Signing Reciprocity Agreements

Jun 21, 10

Posted by in Former Candidates, State, Tom Corbett

In 1995, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed a law that gave the Attorney General a duty to seek out reciprocity agreements with other states for concealed carry licenses provided that certain provisions are met. Many states actually have a more stringent process that requires many hours of training from a limited number of...

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Debunking the Argument that Dan Onorato Supports Sportsmen

In the next few months, you’re going to hear about how Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Onorato is plenty pro-gun.  But how much of that is really true? Most in the media have made the assumption that Onorato is supportive of gun rights simply because he lives outside of the Philadelphia area.  If you look at the...

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A Night at the Races

Gun owners really hit some home runs last night in the 2010 Pennsylvania primary races. Some wins were completely unexpected, and others weren’t what we hoped other than keeping anti-gun leaders down. Here’s a run down of just a few stand out races we were watching for our Second Amendment rights: Lt. Governor –...

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