We have now had two prominent progressive socialist elected officials utter the nonsense that no amendment to the Constitution is absolute.
“Last week on Independence Day, a deranged cross-dressing biological black male, I will not use their name, decided to gun down innocent people in Philadelphia. It was comical to witness the leftist media avoid, at all costs, describing the shooter since it did not meet their narrative litmus test.” states ACRU Executive Director Allen West in his latest OPED for TownHall.com.
Back in April of 1775, England tried to impose gun control on the Sons of Liberty in Massachusetts. It did not end up well then . . . and it will not now.
Disarming legal and law-abiding Americans while releasing violent criminals, and felons, like Hunter Biden, back onto the streets will not be tolerated.
Constitutional conservatives, and those who love their freedoms, must begin to push back against the lawlessness of the left.
ACRU Executive Director Allen West met with members of the House 2A Caucus to discuss several pieces of legislation for gun owners.
Former Congressman, Second Amendment Institute (SAI) Board Member and American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) Executive Director Allen West to lead a dedicated group of citizens concerned about protecting 2A rights.
The story of Nikki Goeser is a very tragic and personal story when it comes to being a victim of stalking in a gun-free zone.
Those First Amendment rights are fundamental, but they are passive and can be easily confiscated by tyrannical rule, if the people did not have the means, the right, to keep and bear arms.
New Rule Introduced by Unelected Global Body Will Impact Every Firearm Purchased in US with a Credit Card
New rules being accepted by credit card companies will allow all gun shop purchases made with a credit card to be tracked as such. The International Organization for Standardization, an international body, announced Friday that it was creating a new merchant code for gun shop sales. Such stores had formerly been classified as dealers in “general merchandise,” according to Fox Business.