“Improper-third party payment” is the diplomatic name for what some call extortions or shakedowns of private companies. And this is how the racket works.
The right to craft and customize firearms is integral to the right to determine which arms one will “keep and bear.”
President Biden early on is touting his insistence on “ethics” from cabinet nominees and professional staff, and who can argue with that? But it will take more than a signed piece of paper to guard against the conflicts of interest and invitations to collusion that arise when professional activists from the outside suddenly find themselves on the inside, with the levers of federal power within easy reach.
Biden isn’t bluffing about his intent to use federal power, unilaterally or in tandem with Congress, to restrict your Second Amendment-protected rights. And don’t say we didn’t warn
California business owners are being forced to allow outside union organizers onto their property during business hours.
During the Democratic primary race, some saw Joe Biden as a more moderate alternative to other Democratic candidates on the ballot, such as Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. But in the weeks since the election, Joe Biden has rapidly filled his cabinet with a collection of names and faces—some new and some who are all-too-familiar—that…
Traveling nearly 100 miles off the grid to meet the First Lady of Western sheep ranching.
It’s been challenging to keep up with all of the executive orders coming out of the White House since January 20th, but the about-face in how agencies construct and evaluate rules is enough to give one whiplash.
This January, as the Biden-Harris administration took over, gun sales were up 80 percent from the same time last year. Clearly, Americans are determined not to be disarmed. And the Center to Keep and Bear Arms is already taking this fight to the highest level.
“The latest assault on our basic right to arms is against this oft-neglected right to make and craft them,” writes MSLF attorney Cody J. Wisniewski in an opinion piece today at RealClearPolicy.