The SCOTUS leak and your gun rights

Like most conservative Americans, when I heard a SCOTUS draft decision had been leaked, I was irate. Not about the content of the decision but about the fact a draft had been leaked from the Supreme Court. This is serious business and an incredible breach of not only the public trust but the trust

What gun control groups are admitting about Ketanji Brown Jackson

On Thursday, multiple gun control groups sent petitions and fundraising emails surrounding Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation hearings. Shortly before the Senate voted on Jackson’s nomination, the Brady PAC admitted Jackson is a gun control zealot. After the Senate voted narrowly to confirm Jackson, Everytown for Gun Safety

Gottlieb: Victory likely in Supreme Court’s landmark gun-rights case

In his appearance before the United States Supreme Court Wednesday, attorney Paul Clement argued that New York made it all but impossible for ordinary law-abiding citizens to exercise their Second Amendment rights: specifically, their right to carry firearms outside of their home for the purpose of self-defense. Clement, who served as solicitor general under

A letter from your editors: The worst is yet to come from the Biden-Harris administration

Joe Biden’s puppet-masters took a massive public hit yesterday when they were forced to announce they were spiking David Chipman’s nomination to head the ATF. Chipman was a terrible nominee, a miscalculation of epic proportions. Chipman was such a poor choice his nomination prompted well-publicized defections from Biden’s own party. Mark and I were

SCOTUS sets gun rights case for Nov. 3 hearing

The Supreme Court of the United States has set Nov. 3rd as the hearing date for the most important gun rights case since 2010. The case, NY State Rifle and Pistol Association, Inc., et al. v. Bruen will decide whether Americans have a right to carry a firearm outside of their homes.

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