Here’s a preview of the federal races that Pennsylvania gun owners need to be watching as we inch closer to primary & general elections.
Vice President Biden decided to lecture Philadelphia-area tv viewers and newspaper readers about how banning commonly owned firearms isn’t a violation of the Second Amendment.
The Vice President’s visit, announced Thursday afternoon, is so far being kept quiet and will not be open to the public for comment from voters.
In Pennsylvania, we’ve got the following reports from various politicians calling for more restrictions on law-abiding gun owners, both federal and local.
We’re counting down to the House vote on the issue of national concealed carry license reciprocity this afternoon, & some folks may wonder how Pennsylvania’s lawmakers have been on the issue. We’ve got the rundown now.
If you want to keep track of what your local candidates are up to as we count down to the May and November elections, the easiest way is via social media.
We already told you about the pro-rights lawmakers from Pennsylvania supporting the McDonald challenge to Chicago’s handgun ban. Now learn about who is working against your rights here at home.
Members of Congress are lining up to write a pro-rights brief in the history-making McDonald v. Chicago. Will the PA delegation join in? Here is the latest news.