Second Amendment Rights

‘Midnight in America’: Biblical Prophecy for the Modern Church

American Faith founder and author Phil Hotsenpiller appeared on The Eric Metaxas Radio Show to discuss his new book, It's Midnight in America.

South Carolina Becomes 29th State to Permit Constitutional Carry

South Carolina became the 29th state to permit constitutional carry, or carrying a firearm without a permit.

Anti-Gun Group Uses AI to Recreate Voices of School Shooting Victims

A campaign called "Shotline" has recreated the voices of school shooting victims to call for gun control.

Major Credit Card Companies to Start Tracking Gun Purchases in California

Visa, Mastercard, and American Express are implementing a tracking system to monitor gun-related purchases in California.

Maryland Democrats Propose Controversial $300K Gun Liability Insurance Bill

Democrats are once again pushing concerns over more stringent firearm rules and are pushing forward with legislation that mandates significant liability insurance for gun...

Tim Scott Demands Treasury Department Respond to Flagging Customers Purchasing Religious Texts

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) wrote a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and FinCEN Director Andrea Gacki, requesting answers to questions relating to the Treasury's role in flagging customers who purchased religious texts and political terminology such as "MAGA" and "Trump."

Biden Administration Flagged Americans Purchasing Bibles

The Biden administration flagged Americans' transactions using the terms 'MAGA' and "TRUMP" following the January 6 U.S. Capitol event.

L.A. Gun Owner’s Carry Permit Revoked After Opening Fire on Intruders

A Los Angeles father and husband who opened fire on an armed intruder earlier this month said his concealed carry permit has been taken from him following the incident.

Massachusetts Bill to Be ‘Worst Anti-Gun Legislation’ in U.S.

Massachusetts House lawmakers passed a bill that is considered to be the "worst anti-gun legislation in the country" by gun rights advocates.

New York State Mandated to Pay NRA Nearly $450,000 in Legal Fees Post Supreme Court Win

Following a landmark victory at the Supreme Court, a judge in New York has mandated the state to remit almost half a million dollars in legal fees to the National Rifle Association (NRA).

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