Cars for Freedom is a new fundraising project by the NRA Foundation, the fundraising arm of the national organization.
Libertarian party candidate Gary Johnson has been gaining media attention as a possible third party contender in the 2016 presidential election.
For the report, Judicial Watch cross referenced details with published news reports and was able to deduce incidents in which Fast and Furious guns were likely used.
Lawmakers in both the House and the Senate proposed making June 2 a day of remembrance for victims of gun violence, an event largely propagated by gun control groups.
During the legislative process to achieve open carry protections under the law in the Lone Star State, some forecast gun fights in the street. About that.
At least two national petitions have begun this week, accompanied by op-ed pieces, seeking the ouster of a Yahoo news personality over a controversial anti-gun film.
Second Amendment advocates are taking California officials into federal court arguing an obscure law preventing the use of videos taken during lawmaker debate violates the First Amendment.
Gov. John Bel Edwards made Louisiana the first state in the nation to adopt legislation making attacks on police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel a hate crime.
A Massachusetts inmate at the Old Colony Correctional Center interested in becoming a “mujahideen” — the plural form of Jihad — was charged with threatening to kill the President.
Trump has so far received one more delegate pledge than the required 1,237 needed for the nomination.