Which Pennsylvania lawmakers sought or ran on NRA’s endorsement and have not signed on to support the current national reciprocity bill, H.R. 2959? While looking at the list of co-sponsors with an eye on those from Pennsylvania, I found some key names left off of the sponsors list. These are the members of the Pennsylvania…
Here’s a preview of the federal races that Pennsylvania gun owners need to be watching as we inch closer to primary & general elections.
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.
If you watch most political coverage in mainstream outlets, the focus is on the presidential race. However, Congress has just as much impact as the presidency when it comes to legislation that can impact our rights.
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.
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 thank the…
We’re going to profile a different pro-gun campaign around Pennsylvania that could use your financial support each week. Giving just $10 is about the price of two lunches a week. Surely our rights are worth brown-bagging it for two days? Week 4 Jim Gerlach Congressman Jim Gerlach has been targeted by many groups to try…
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.
Gun rights will not likely play a major theme with unrest in the electorate on taxes and spending. This could impact our issue with friendly incumbents being challenged and unfriendly lawmakers possibly booted.
It would appear that the major national parties are lining up to make Pennsylvania a battleground for several Congressional seats in 2010. Here is more information about hot races so far.