Americans for Tax Reform announced a new project designed to counter activist investors who have passed resolutions potentially damaging to gun companies and other corporations as a means of achieving a political goal.
The United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) is holding its fifth annual Concealed Carry Expo in Pittsburgh this weekend. The group said it expects to draw between 10,000 and 20,000 people despite backlash from some city council members.
National Rifle Association board member Lt. Col. Allen West (ret.) called for the resignation of executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre on Tuesday after leaked memos revealed accusations of impropriety, including $275,000 spent on Italian suits and $265,000 spent on travel. The accusations were levied at him by former NRA president Oliver North and the gun-rights group’s largest media vendor.
A Philadelphia man with a concealed gun-carry permit shot at and scared off a would-be home invader on Thursday when he spotted him trying to break into a neighbor’s apartment.
Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R.) signed a bill on Wednesday expanding eligibility for the state’s school security program to include teachers.
New Jersey senator Cory Booker (D.) announced a slate of new gun bans and gun-control measures on Monday in his race to win the Democratic presidential nomination for 2020.
On Wednesday, National Rifle Association board member Lt. Col. (ret) Allen West shed more light on the election of the group’s officers during a closed-door session of the board’s meeting.
A nine-and-a-half-hour-long National Rifle Association board of directors meeting ended Monday night with few publicly announced changes to the leadership or operation of the organization.
The National Rifle Association’s board of directors went into a closed-door executive session shortly after their meeting began on Monday as they deliberate what to do about the recent accusations of wrongdoing between members of NRA leadership.
The National Rifle Association filed suit against Los Angeles on Wednesday after the city passed an ordinance requiring contractors disclose their support for the gun-rights group in order to work with the city.