The Truth About ‘Gun Violence’ in the United States

By NRA-ILA Politicians treat so-called “gun violence” as a lever issue, hoping to energize their base and guilt law-abiding Americans into supporting policies that would have no effect on crime or help the mentally ill. Part of this effort entails presenting as large a number of fatalities as possible, and so researchers, the media, and anti-gun politicians […]

‘Rap Back’ or Rip-Off – Hawaii Gun Owners Sue for Disclosure of Information

By NRA-ILA NRA-ILA has previously written about the FBI’s “Rap Back” service, a law enforcement tool allowing authorized agencies to receive automatic criminal history updates about particular individuals – a person under criminal investigation or subject to probation or parole, or for non-criminal purposes, to monitor an employment applicant or person in a position of public trust, […]

Pincus: This is What NRA Members Can Do Now to #ChangeTheNRA

By Rob Pincus [ED: You may have seen our post regarding documents recently leaked which detail questionable spending by National Rifle Association Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre as well as tens of millions of dollars in legal fees paid to an outside attorney. Rob Pincus posted the following on his Facebook page regarding […]

Florida Gov. DeSantis has Signed SB-7030 Allowing Teachers to Carry Guns

By NRA-ILA Governor Ron DeSantis signed SB-7030 within hours after receiving it. SB-7030 contains the language that authorizes local school boards to allow classroom teachers to go through training and carry firearms on school campuses. News reports suggested that “Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America” and another Bloomberg group, “Students Demand Action for […]

Google Backs Down on Anti-Hunting RMEF ‘Animal Cruelty’ Virtue Signaling

By Larry Keane Google thinks hunting is animal cruelty. Well, they did for a few days and until U.S. senators, a Congressman, Donald Trump Jr. and the media started asking questions. Now, they’re pretty quiet about the issue. In fact, Google, Inc., isn’t returning phone calls to media asking about what happened. It all started when Rocky Mountain Elk […]

Hunters Poised to Help Fight Hunger

By NSSF The Dean of the House of Representatives understands the hunter’s heart. Now, he’s trying to make it a little easier on hunters’ wallets to do the right thing, and the National Shooting Sports Foundation® thinks it’s a great idea. Last month, U.S. Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) introduced the Wild Game Donation Act (H.R. 2291) in Congress […]