A recent survey showed that 76% of sportsmen who are considered likely voters prefer a candidate who is a hunter or angler. Sportsman also reported that McCain would be a better president on sportsmen’s issues than Obama by a 2-to-1 margin.
Now that Barack Obama has selected his vice presidential nominee, Joe Biden, here are a few ideas of what that means for gun owners.
What do a radical South Side Chicago priest who has demanded that law-abiding firearm dealers and state legislators be â€œsnuffed out,â€ and Chicagoâ€™s political boss, who is â€œlividâ€ and â€œoutragedâ€ over the Supreme Courtâ€™s recognition of the Second Amendment, have in common?
Barack Obamaâ€™s mantra of â€œchangeâ€ means the leading anti-gun agendas will be harnessed to the total power of an aggressive, activist and radical federal government.
With everything thatâ€™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 â€¦ or move pro-gun legislation ahead in the face of a veto.
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While most of us will never get elected to the Senate and directly vote on judicial nominees, we can do our best to make sure that those appointing and ratifying these future guardians of our Constitution understand and agree with the individual right protected by the Second Amendment.
The deadline to submit your comments in support of the right-to-carry in the National Park system is fast approaching! The last day to submit a comment is Friday, August 8.
Pennsylvania’s Congressman Patrick Murphy has refused to co-sponsor a bill and sign a petition requiring action to lift DC’s draconian gun laws post-Heller. The bipartisan bill currently has 249 sponsors, including 13 from Pennsylvania.
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…
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, hereâ€™s a look at the races where gun owners can make the difference. by Chris W. Cox…
The mainstream media in and around Pennsylvania’s 8th District has traditionally given a large amount of column space to efforts and people calling for more restrictions on our Second Amendment rights. However, they are often willing to run commentaries and letters to the editor from law abiding gun owners who have a point to make…
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