The press challenged Gov. Corbett to change his mind on banning legal firearms today, and he responded with a clear message that he doesn’t see the answer to tragedies in gun bans.
In Pennsylvania, we’ve got the following reports from various politicians calling for more restrictions on law-abiding gun owners, both federal and local.
The White House and relevant agencies already have a 40-point plan to enact new gun controls without any check from Congress. Not a single vote must be cast where we have a chance to lobby our local members of the House or two Senators.
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.
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.
With all of the expected presidential campaign news, we thought it was worth a look back to our early days here on the site. In 2008, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty visited a Pennsylvania gun club to launch Sportsmen for McCain and we have a video of his speech.
About 200 people participated in a protest march on the NRA Annual Meeting, and we went to talk to a few of them about what inspired them to participate in the event, what they believed was happening inside the convention, how they felt about concealed carry, and how they view the Second Amendment.
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.
Anyone who has spent time at a gun club or talking to other gun owners know that a significant portion of our community not only votes, but they are engaged in their community more than many non-gun owners. All three contributors from PAGunRights.com were in Pittsburgh armed with a camera and media passes to talk…
At the second largest NRA Annual Meeting in history, politicians came out in droves to celebrate with tens of thousands of NRA members in Pittsburgh. Here’s a video of Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) discussing American exceptionalism and freedom. He also made time to thank NRA members for their support during the election.
At the second largest NRA Annual Meeting in history, Pennsylvania’s politicians came out to celebrate with tens of thousands of NRA members. Check out some of the speeches here.