Buy Yourself a Father’s Day Gift This Year

Another Father’s Day. What was it this year, a pair of socks? A set of socket wrenches? Maybe a(nother) ‘World’s Greatest Dad‘ coffee mug? Gee, thanks guys!  Now that you’ve eaten your special breakfast with the kiddies and said all the obligatory thank-you’s, it’s time for a real Father’s Day present. Which means (if you’re lucky) […]

Why Does the Second Amendment Refer to “The People”?

By MarkPA Madison’s draft of the Second Amendment declares that “the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”.  He could have left out “of the People” without loss of meaning if he intended to guarantee that natural right to all. Alternatively, he could have defined the class of protected persons with some other term.  For […]

Mark Cuban Puts Up an Epic Second Amendment Airball

By Larry Keane Mark Cuban might be a billionaire entrepreneur, NBA team owner and celebrity investor with a television show. But a constitutional scholar, he’s not. It’s time to call foul on Cuban’s latest foray into the gun rights debate. He offered to “update” the Second Amendment. What he really offered was lower the hoop to six feet so […]

New Federal Law Will Mean More Shooting Ranges on Public Lands

By NRA-ILA On May 10, President Trump signed the Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act  into law. This NRA-backed law will help promote firearm safety and training and enjoyment of the shooting sports by freeing up more federal funds for use in public shooting range development and construction. Beginning in 1937 with the passage of the […]

Bloomberg School Course Shows There’s No Shortage of ‘Gun Violence’ Research Data

By NRA-ILA Can we finally put the claim that “gun violence” research is underfunded to rest? The Bloomberg Professor of American Health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, Daniel Webster, and his colleagues at the Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research launched their much anticipated massive, open online course “Reducing Gun Violence in America: Evidence for Change” […]

The Well Armed Woman Putting on #NotMe Women’s Shooting Events Across the Country June 1

The #metoo movement started by calling attention to actual abuses, and then devolved into a pathetic Jacobin-style exercise of social media denouncements, vendetta-settling, anonymous false accusations, and the inevitable unintended consequences. But many feel that, something far better than publicizing instances of victimization is making sure you’re not victimized in the first place. As we noted last week, […]