In a follow-up to the report on California’s Former Armed & Prohibited Persons System (APPS), Ginny Simone speaks with Department of Justice Special Agent Greg Cameron, who calls the program “gun confiscation under the guise of safety.
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In “School Security,” Former U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso addresses the critics who oppose armed security in schools, yet have no plan to protect our kids.
APPS stands for Armed & Prohibited Persons System. The premise is confiscation of legal firearms from prohibited individuals. The reality is an excuse for universal registration.
NRA Women presented by Smith & Wesson Corp. is proud to present our third New Energy profile sponsored by Remington. Meet Smith & Wesson Junior Captain Molly Smith. Molly shares her passions for the Second Amendment, competitive shooting and safe firearm handling.
In “Hollywood Hypocrites,” NRA News Commentator Colion Noir takes on Hollywood’s culture of holier-than-thou hypocrisy.
The gun-rights debate is taking a nastier-than-usual turn, wherein members of the anti-gun-rights crowd are publicly calling for the federal government to move against gun-rights supporters — in particular, the NRA and its leadership — and arrest, jail, try, rendition, or otherwise attack outspoken gun-rights supporters.
Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton discusses the Obama administration and implications of the United States signing the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty.
Many warriors go their separate ways after war, but Trevor brought his buddy home with him.
This month, NRA Life of Duty Correspondent Chuck Holton reports from Southern West Virginia – an area with the highest prescription drug overdoses in the United States. Look for the full report later this month and watch the trailer at the link below.