NRA-ILA News

  • Connecticut: Special Session Starts Tomorrow
    Mon, 28 Sep 2020 11:01:11 -0500
    Late last week, Governor Ned Lamont called for the General Assembly to convene a Special Session beginning tomorrow, September 29th.
     
  • Canada’s Gun Confiscation Program: Past is Prologue
    Mon, 28 Sep 2020 07:41:46 -0500
    For observers familiar with Canada’s long–gun registry, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s scheme to implement his “assault weapons” ban is already giving off a whiff of déjà vu.
     
  • The Truth about “Assault Weapons”
    Mon, 28 Sep 2020 07:34:23 -0500
    Joe Biden and Kamala Harris want to ban certain types of semi-automatic firearms that are rarely used in crimes. These firearms are also commonly owned; estimates from 2018 peg the number owned in the U.S. at more than 16 million. So why are Biden and his would-be Florida man, Michael Bloomberg, so focused on these semi-automatic firearms? Why are certain types of semi-automatic rifles “uniquely deserving of prohibition?”
     
  • School Suspends Student Over BB Gun in His Own Bedroom, Provokes Widespread Backlash
    Mon, 28 Sep 2020 07:28:44 -0500
    Public education’s war on children who keep gun-like toys or sporting goods in their own homes claimed another in September with the suspension Ka Mauri Harrison, who was banished from school activities for six days after a teacher glimpsed, via video feed, a BB gun in the fourth grader’s bedroom. Fortunately, Ka Mauri’s parents are not backing down in their attempts to clear his record and his reputation, and their cause is attracting some notable allies.
     
  • Everytown’s Election Tactics Show Gun Control Isn’t Popular in Swing Districts
    Mon, 28 Sep 2020 07:21:29 -0500
    The gun control segment of billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s left-wing political apparatus isn’t feeling the courage of their purported convictions these days. Understanding that their message of civilian disarmament won’t play with an electorate wracked with concerns over COVID-19, a spike in violence in many jurisdictions, and politician-tolerated civil unrest, Everytown for Gun Safety has used its election dollars to attack candidates on a host of issues that have nothing to do with firearms.