Billionaire Mike Bloomberg is dropping big bucks and partnering with President Obama to make a big splash for gun control today. NRA members will stand & fight against this attack on our rights.
President Obama is spending big bucks on a Twitter campaign today to target three PA lawmakers he thinks he can cause problems for with Second Amendment issues.
How are Pennsylvania’s Congressmen involved in the Fast & Furious investigations? With three legislators on a key House committee, it’s been an interesting year as this story continues to unfold.
Here we are just a few weeks out from the 2011 elections, but most political news is really about 2012. We take a look some of the big federal race in Pennsylvania.
Learn how a paperwork violation is costing a Missouri family more than $90,000 as part of the HSUS Obama administration plan – and what that plan has in store for hunters and gun owners.
David Keene, the recently elected President of the National Rifle Association, sat down with Washington Journal to discuss the NRA’s role in elections past and present. Watch the video here.
Joint Statement by Wayne LaPierre, NRA Executive Vice President & CEO, and Chris Cox, Executive Director of NRAâ€™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…
Overall, NRA-endorsed candidates won more than they lost, and we seemingly may have picked up a couple of potentially positive seats here in Pennsylvania’s 8th District.
Barack Obama has remained an active supporter of banning all concealed carry licenses in the entire country even at the federal level, & we’re reminded of that in this NPR interview.
Senator Obama’s campaign sent letters threatening the broadcasting licenses of television stations in Pennsylvania & Ohio that run advertisements for the National Rifle Association.
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In front of a crowd of rural voters, Barack Obama made another empty election-year promises not to take away guns if elected President. However, his words on the campaign trail do not match his long record.
At a recent campaign stop in Pennsylvania, Barack Obama indicated that a primary motivation for not supporting gun bans at the moment was the fact that he doesn’t currently have the votes in Congress to pass them.