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Seattle Mayor’s Plan Disregards State Law, AG Opinion

Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms issues press release disapproving of mayor's decision to ignore attorney general's opinion on firearms regulation.

The New Obama Administration: Big Trouble for Gun Owners

Many gun owners had, at the least, an uneasy feeling when Illinois Senator Barack Obama (D) won the presidential election on November 4, 2008. Those feelings may be more justified than you think.

The 2008 Elections Part IV: State and Local Issues

While federal laws surely do impact Second Amendment rights, including our ability to buy, sell, and own firearms, state and local issues are of no less importance.

The 2008 Elections Part III: Key Federal Races

While the 2008 election for president has dominated much of the gun rights debate, there are many other federal seats up for grabs this November.

Lobbyist Exposes Obama’s True Views on Second Amendment

An open letter from an inside lobbyist who worked directly with Barack Obama while State Senator, says gun owners are fooled if they believe his 'I support the Second Amendment' rhetoric.

Senator John McCain and Gun Owners: A Strained Relationship

This is the second in a four-part series on the 2008 elections and the Second Amendment. The series will examine: the presidential candidates; other key federal elections; and, state and local elections of note.

The 2008 Elections Part I: The Senator From Illinois

This is the first of a four-part series on the 2008 elections and the Second Amendment. The series will examine the presidential candidates, other critical federal elections, and noteworthy state and local elections.

The Way It Was

Believe it or not, no one flinched later when I dragged a rifle down the sidewalks of West Hartford, flushed with pride at my latest find. When I view that journey through the prism of today's politically correct mindset, its amazing that no one seemed concerned about a child carrying a rifle and bayonet loosely wrapped in paper.

An Attorney’s Perspective on Heller

An attorney weighs in on the implications of the landmark U.S v. Heller Supreme Court ruling for gun owners.

Range Wars: Protect Your Range from the Anti’s

Shooting ranges across the country are coming under attack from anti-gun neighbors. Here's how to defend your club from being shut down.

Make Your Voice Heard on Carry in National Parks

The U.S. Department of the Interior has issued a proposed rule to eliminate the prohibition on right-to-carry in national parks and wildlife refuges.

New Jersey Committee to Reconsider One-Gun-a-Month Legislation

Later today, a New Jersey Assembly committee will again consider one-gun-a-month legislation.

Help Keep Recreational Shooting Open On Federal Lands

Opportunities to shoot recreationally on public lands benefit the recreational shooter and hunter, says the NRA.

Credit Card Services Company Refuses to Allow Gun Sales

According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Citi Merchant Services and First Data Corp. are refusing to process any credit card transactions between federally licensed firearms retailers, distributors and manufacturers, a move that will severely limit available inventory of firearms and ammunition to military, law enforcement and law-abiding Americans.
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