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New Gun Owners, and Their Choices

By Elizabeth McGuigan. September 25, 2020

A recent survey in Texas suggested that new gun owners are more likely to support former Vice President Joe Biden than President Donald Trump in this year's election. There is little evidence to support this [...]



Gun Rights Policy Conference 2020, Videos

JPFO. September 23, 2020

"It was the biggest gathering of gun rights activists in the world," said Alan Gottlieb, founder and executive vice president of the Second Amendment Foundation, in the aftermath of the 35th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, held entirely online for the first time in history [...]



Breonna Taylor Settlement: What it means for No-knock Warrants

By Dean Weingarten. September 22, 2020

In Louisville, Kentucky, the City has reached a settlement in the wrongful death lawsuit rising from the no-knock raid on Breonna Taylor's apartment. Breonna's boyfriend thought the raid was a home invasion [...]



JPFO at The Gun Rights Policy Conference 2020

By JPFO. September 21, 2020

For the 2020 Gun Rights Policy Conference, Alan Korwin, Author and JPFO Consultant, delivers a five minute video dissertation about JPFO, and in particular what the left has in store for gun owners [...]



Blaming 'Gun Violence' for Loss of Public Trust

By Elizabeth McGuigan. September 17, 2020

A recent article published on The Conversation draws a correlation between the psychological impact of so called "gun violence" on Americans and reduced trust. Victims of violent crime can [...]



Dangerous Opinion: Hawaii Second Amendment Knife Case

By Dean Weingarten. September 16, 2020

The Hawai'i Federal District Court has issued an opinion in Teter v. Connors that guts the Second Amendment. The opinion holds that even if butterfly or "balisong" knives are protected by the Second Amendment [...]


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