Latest Survey Confirms Gun Owners OK With Smart Guns, But Don’t Want to Buy One

By Elizabeth McGuigan A newly released survey shows gun owners aren’t opposed to the idea of authorized user technology in firearms. But only 5 percent would be very likely to purchase one themselves due to their concerns about reliability and cost. About 70 percent said they were very or somewhat concerned about the reliability of the so-called […]

The Truth About Silencers is Being Suppressed

By Robert B. Young, MD The murderous attack May 31 in the Virginia Beach city government building has predictably elicited outrage and opportunism by masses of sensitive, easily triggered [all puns intended] anti-gun activists and legislators. A large fraction of them are of course Democrats running for their party’s Presidential nomination. It’s seldom that something unifies […]

100 Days of Congressional Gun Control Nonsense

By Larry Keane Last week a group of Democrats in Congress held a press conference to discuss gun control. It’s not entirely clear why their remarks were newsworthy. It was simply another instance of gun control advocates advocating for gun control in front of the media. Their hook was that it had been 100 days since the […]

The Untold History of the NRA – Part 1

By The Gun Psychiatrist Like most gun owners, I grew up being taught that the NRA is the oldest gun rights organization in the country. Not only did I believe this, I was a member of the NRA for some time before realizing that the organization was never really tough on gun control. In 2010 […]

Policies Anti-Gunners Hate: Concealed Carry and Guns on Campus

By NRA-ILA We’ve reached week four in the Bloomberg School of Public Health open online course, “Reducing Gun Violence in America: Evidence for Change.” Previous weeks have covered the selective use and criticism of research, the lack of respect for Constitutional rights, and the lack of evidence used to push “evidence-based” policies. Mercifully, we’re almost through the program. […]