The book Vote Gun criticizes the NRA’s rhetoric but pays little attention to gun control advocates' views.
The ACLU will represent the gun rights group in a case with widespread relevance for free speech.
Despite its opposition to gun rights for individuals, the ACLU's drift away from its core mission resembles the NRA's recent trajectory.
Second Amendment Foundation founder Alan Gottlieb insists "the strength of the NRA is not only in its leadership but in its members," who can do their work outside the NRA's aegis.
The lawsuit accuses the group's leaders of fraudulently diverted millions of dollars to prop up their luxury lifestyles.
Defending San Francisco's Anti-NRA Resolution, City Officials Say It Was Nothing but Meaningless Bluster
Although San Francisco's supervisors urged city officials to punish contractors with ties to this "domestic terrorist organization," they say they did not really mean it.
Going beyond criticism, the resolution would punish the NRA and its supporters by cutting off contractors with ties to the group.
The Supreme Court has said the First Amendment protects government contractors against termination based on their political views.
Defending 'Reasoned Debate About Public Safety,' San Francisco Supervisors Declare the NRA a 'Domestic Terrorist Organization'
If you disagree with these politicians about gun control, they think, you might as well join the KKK.
A lame headline provokes even lamer charges of incitement to violence.
Federal Judge Says It's Plausible That Andrew Cuomo Violated the First Amendment by Pressuring Banks and Insurers to Shun the NRA
The organization's lawsuit against New York's governor survives a motion to dismiss.
New York's governor is violating the First Amendment by pressuring banks and insurers to shun "gun promotion organizations."
Self-defense rights need to be a cause in themselves, not just a totem of political tribal identity.
In a politicized environment, getting on the wrong side of regulators can be dangerous. Don't be surprised if banks and insurers cave.
Brooklyn Council Member Justin Brannan crows via tweet that "we've successfully chased the @NRA underground in #Brooklyn."
Corporations are being asked to take sides in a gun control debate that has very little to do with them.
The attorney general pretends to discover that the controversial rifle accessories are already illegal.
Trump's embrace of gun control is consistent with his views before he ran for president.
Is this a blow against free speech or a win for free markets?
Shooting revives deliberately misleading talking points about a bad regulation both the NRA and the ACLU opposed.
The leader of the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus explains why prohibiting the suddenly notorious gun accessories is rash and dangerous.
Reason's Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Matt Welch on why government-mandated birth control and the NRA both suck.
Prohibiting the accessory used by Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock will require new legislation.
The organization's spokesperson seems to think Castile's cannabis consumption is relevant, but it's not clear why.
Spokeswoman Dana Loesch calls the incident "a terrible tragedy that could have been avoided." But by whom?
"Yanez walking away from this case a free and clear man is just wrong," says Colion Noir.
Due process protections preserved for those getting Social Security benefits.
The right to armed self-defense is not a license to muzzle nosy doctors.
The Second Amendment isn't just for white citizens.
NRA Slammed for Not Supporting Law Giving Attorney General Arbitarary Power to Deny Rights [UPDATED]
Daily News sees "sick jihad" behind not letting an unelected official deny rights largely at will.
Internal gun rights movement politics keep NRA away from Rand Paul.