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 3 Jim Wansacz With a six-way Democratic primary in an overwhelmingly Democratic district, we…
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In light of Heller, there are some in this country who would like to repeal the Second Amendment rather than acknowledge the fundamental individual right to self-defense. In the arguments for the McDonald case last month, Chicago’s attorney sure came off as trying to re-argue the concept of individual protections for civil rights. Though those…
If you could buy liberty for $10, would you do it? That’s what we’re asking you to consider – just $10 a week for pro-liberty candidates until November.
After giving Phoenix its first big event since the opening of their convention center, the NRA Annual Meeting returns to the East via Charlotte, North Carolina. Join us there to get a feel of the event before it comes back to Pittsburgh.
Join us on April 27 to tell Harrisburg that it’s time for action on important self-defense legislation and improvements to our transportation laws! Register to win a rifle, too!
If you could buy liberty for $10, would you do it? That’s what one blogger is asking of his readers – just $10 a week for pro-liberty candidates until November.
Gun owners in Radnor recently organized to oppose local gun control efforts. Two EVCs attended in support of the group, and we wrote up some notes that you can use when you work locally.
NRA has put out a call to action for the 2010 elections. Find out how we need your help to make sure pro-gun leaders are elected this year.
It might seem like November is still far away. But Primary Election Day is much closer – May 18. Candidate forums are popping up in various districts, allowing you to be an informed voter & to let candidates know you want gun rights protected!
There’s a quick & easy way for social media users to thank the Pennsylvania delegates who signed on to support the McDonald case before the Supreme Court!
If you are an active user of social media, then you’ve probably discovered the gun community on Twitter. Check out some of these local politicians on the microblogging service.
With all of the attention paid to Second Amendment politics, it is sometimes easy to forget what they are doing to support the shooting sports here in Pennsylvania.