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Opinion: Our Bill of Rights: 2nd Amendment

By Tom Hand. January 14, 2020

The Second Amendment: A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. The Second Amendment is corollary to one of the most basic natural rights we have [...]



The Passing of Sheldon Adelson

From JPFO. January 13, 2021

The world lost a man who represented values that we need to hear. This week we mourn the passing of a powerhouse, Mr. Sheldon Adelson. Sheldon grew up in a tough time. As a boy he suffered anti-Semitic attacks on the streets and poverty at home [...]



H.R. 225 Bill Addressing Interstate Firearm Transportation Introduced

By John Petrolino. January 12, 2021

In the midst of an already shaky legislative session both politically and socially speaking, bills are still being introduced in dribs and drabs. There is a lot of doom and gloom in both arenas, as we as Americans, try to wrap our heads around recent events [...]



The American Gun Pledge

By JPFO. January 12, 2021

Guns are widely recognized as among the most honorable human inventions of all time. Guns protect the weak and the innocent, are a basis for enforcement of just laws and help preserve traditions, values and material goods of civilization [...]



Get Ready for the Biden Administration's Assault on Gun Makers

By Dan Zimmerman. January 11, 2021

Whether or not President Biden and gun czar Beto aim for a program of national gun confiscation, we should expect some sort of major crackdown against the Second Amendment and against our other liberties. The congressmen who ducked, covered [...]



What Does Merrick Garland Think About The 2A?

By Cam Edwards. January 7, 2021

It went almost unnoticed amidst the chaos at the Capitol on Wednesday afternoon, but the Associated Press reported that Joe Biden has settled on D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Merrick Garland as his pick for Attorney General [...]


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