Motion to Ban AR Parts Kits Filed in House

The now Dem-controlled House wasted no time to move their agenda forward by filing H. R. 7115—essentially banning 80% lowers and AR-15 parts kits. Dubbed the “3-D Firearms Prohibitions Act,” H.R. 7115, actually has nothing to do with 3D-printed firearms. Introduced by Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., (D-NJ,) with 16 co-sponsors, the bill intends to “prohibit […]

ATF Secretly Reverses Prior Laws and Regulations

In a move described as “alarming” by a Pennsylvania Second Amendment advocacy law firm, Prince Law, the U.S Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Ohio recently indicted and charged veteran Kelland Wright of possessing an unregistered SBR because his AR pistol had an angled foregrip and pistol brace installed. Price Law, one of the […]

No Red and Blue Banks Act Introduced

Should there be a law preventing banks from discriminating against gun companies? ‘If you want to make banking a red versus blue issue, then you don’t need to do business with the federal government.’-Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) After the February 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, many private companies decided […]

Arming Teachers with Federal Money

The desperate anti-gun media fired a pretty cheap shot last week with this piece of #FakeNews: The New York Times printed an article titled, “Education Secretary Considers Using Federal Funds to Arm Schools.” The next day, the newspaper updated the article with a link to another article titled, “Betsy DeVos Eyes Federal Education Grants to […]

Conceal Carry Permits on the Rise

Since 2007, the amount of concealed carry permit holders has increased by 273%. 2016 marked the highest number of background checks performed for gun purchases in recorded history. Recent studies have shown that despite what the mainstream and other anti-gun organizations would like us to believe, people are still purchasing guns in record numbers. Less […]

Are Guns Really a Problem?

After every mass shooting (when a shooter kills four or more people—excluding themselves, robberies, domestic violence, organized crime and gang violence)—especially after one involving children, America mourns, the tragedy is immediately politicized, and the media sensationalizes the shooter. For a few weeks, it’s all America can think or talk about. Inevitably, the mainstream media breaks […]