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The Decision to Defend

Recently a neighbor asked my advice on purchasing a home-defense shotgun—his first gun in fact, and the first one he would shoot since the .22s of his Boy Scout days.

NRA Proposes National School Safety Program

EVP Wayne LaPierre Taps Asa Hutchinson to Head National School Shield Emergency Response Program.

Where's the Ammo?

It is consumer demand that keeps supplies of ammo nationwide low-and prices high. To figure out why, you might ask your neighbor.

Why We've Had an Ammunition Shortage

Government conspiracy? George Soros? Overzealous preppers? Nah, the ammunition shortage isn’t that simple. Here are some numbers and the facts behind why you can’t find the cartridges you want.

Mall of America

Terrorists have called for an attack on the largest mall in the United States—another “Gun Free” zone.

Hero in Blue

A few details are surfacing on the May 3 gunfight between a police officer in Garland, Texas, and two heavily armed terrorists with body armor. His story showcases the dedication law enforcement has in its duty to protect and serve and the professionalism we too often take for granted.

Fear & Loading: One Nation, Indivisible

Despite all the divisiveness, derisiveness, cynicism, social unrest and controversial court decisions with which we’ve been inundated so far this year, there’s never been more cause to celebrate our great nation’s founding this Saturday.

Keefe Report: Executive Order Not So Smart for Police and Soldiers

Among his other anti-gun, politically motivated executive orders, under “Shaping the Future of Gun Safe Technology” Barack Obama has imposed an imperial dictum to “Issue a Presidential Memorandum directing the Department of Defense, Department of Justice, and Department of Homeland Security to take two important steps to promote smart-gun technology.

Keefe Report: The Original Homeland Security

“The Second Amendment: America’s Original Homeland Security.” These are more than mere words emblazoned on a T-shirt offered by the NRA Store.

The Homecoming of a Lost Marine

Seventy-three years after Marine Pvt. Harry Tye engaged in one of the bloodiest battles of the Pacific Theater in World War II, he is finally home and laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.

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