If every new gun buyer who rushed out during the last month to purchase a rifle or magazine contacted Congress, our rights would not be in so much danger. Here are non-controversial ways that gun stores and commercial ranges can help mobilize these new shooters for for political action.
We gun owners know that we have a huge community with online email lists and forums, rod and gun clubs, and commercial shooting ranges with active shooting leagues. But how do we turn all of those connections into meaningful political action? Here are specific ideas.
The Associated Press reported that Gov. Tom Corbett is considering a ban on any gun shows on public property, but it appears to be a case of the press creating a story where there otherwise is none. Considering that the Governor recently made clear that gun bans are not on the table for the Commonwealth…
State Rep. Greg Lucas announced that he’ll soon sponsor legislation allowing trained and licensed school personnel to carry firearms.
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.
It seems like every election, we have at least one race right here in Pennsylvania that was determined by a razor-thin margin. Here is a look at the close races for gun owners.
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.
After proudly embracing an extreme gun control agenda presented by Pennsylvania’s primary state anti-gun group, Kathleen Kane has told the media that she plans to jump right into changing the role of the Attorney General’s office when it comes to gun policies.
Though today’s headlines will focus on the presidential race, gun owners around Pennsylvania were watching many other races around the Commonwealth last night. Here’s a look at how those turned out.
Candidates who cozy up to Mike Bloomberg get more than half a million dollars in free advertising based on what he’s doing for the anti-gun Attorney General candidate here in Pennsylvania.
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.
Today, the courts temporarily halted the voter identification law we posted about earlier this year. Their concern was about the implementation of the law by the administration as opposed to the constitutionality of the process of showing photo identification.