The Company He Keeps

What do a radical South Side Chicago priest who has demanded that law-abiding firearm dealers and state legislators be “snuffed out,” and Chicago’s political boss, who is “livid” and “outraged” over the Supreme Court’s recognition of the Second Amendment, have in common?

Hanging by a Thread

With everything that’s at stake in the coming election, perhaps nothing is more important than our narrow pro-gun majority in the U.S. Senate. No matter how popular the president, a strong Senate can block anti-gun schemes … or move pro-gun legislation ahead in the face of a veto.

Congressman Patrick Murphy Takes Lead on Gun Ban

Recently, Congressman Patrick Murphy signed on to sponsor legislation which would outlaw hundreds of commonly owned guns here in the Commonwealth. The ban makes no exceptions, not even for law-abiding owners who use them for competitions, hunting, or defense of the home every day in Pennsylvania. Similar to the 1994 ban on semi-automatic firearms pushed…

The Big Picture: Election Preview 2008

This article is from NRA-ILA’s Chris Cox, published on the NRA-PVF website. Thousands of state legislative races. Four hundred and thirty-five U.S. House seats. Thirty-five U.S. Senate seats. Eleven gubernatorial contests. With key political contests gearing up nationwide, here’s a look at the races where gun owners can make the difference. by Chris W. Cox…