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$210 to go and 11 days to do it!

We are almost there! The great supporters of the 2nd Amendment in Idaho are stepping up in a big way right now. Our goal for fundraising in April is to raise $1,225 to do social media advertising. We are now just $210 away from meeting that goal thanks to all of you! Why are we doing this? By the beginning of next year, we would like to be in the

65% of the way thanks to you!

You guys are making this happen! We mentioned just last week that we are trying to get our page advertised on Facebook from May 1st to December 31st of this year. In order to advertise $5 a day we have to raise $1,225. We are happy to report that we are already 65% of the way there! We have raised $775 toward our ultimate goal of $1,225. We have just

We Are Almost Halfway There!

Time is running out for us to accomplish our April goal! We are attempting to grow our grassroots army now that the session is over and before the next one begins. In order to do that, we are trying to “Boost” our page on Facebook in order to find more gun rights activists in Idaho who will become a part of this great organization. You can help us do that

We Need Your Help With Castle Doctrine!

Are you in favor of better self-defense laws for Idaho? Then please read on! After Constitutional Carry was passed last year, the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance sought to strengthen Idaho’s Castle Doctrine law. Castle Doctrine is the simple concept that says your home is your Castle, and you have a right to defend it. What is the Castle Doctrine and how can you help move it forward? More on that

S.D. Governor Vetoes Constitutional Carry!

It’s no April Fool’s joke! The Republican Governor of South Dakota has vetoed Constitutional Carry.  South Dakota is a state that is controlled heavily by Republicans in both chambers and they have a Republican Governor as well. Sound familiar?  As many of you know, the battle for Constitutional Carry continues to rage across the country. States from Utah all the way to New Hampshire are proposing it and some like

Legislative Wrap Up Part 12: Residency Bill

Do the legislators in Idaho really think they can discriminate against gun owners and get away with it? Well, in the 2017 legislative session they did just that! It was just over one year ago that Governor Otter signed Constitutional Carry into law. That meant that law abiding gun owners who were not prohibited by law from possessing a firearm could “bear” their arms without permission from the government. No

Legislative Wrap Up Part 1: Castle Doctrine

It was a long and tumultuous session and at the end of the day the Idaho legislature let you down! Once again — the Secret Gun Committee and Establishment Leadership in the House — killed all efforts to push for better self-defense laws. It’s up to you to keep the pressure on them for next year’s session, and we’ll tell you how in a minute! From the time Constitutional Carry

You did it! Establishment Gun Bill Dies!

The establishment “gun bill” is done! Yesterday the Idaho Senate State Affairs Committee held a full hearing on Senate Bill 1161, the establishment version of Castle Doctrine. The bill was opposed by the ISAA and gun owners across Idaho as it did not expand protections and may have been worse than current law. We are happy to report that the bill was unanimously held in committee and will go nowhere

SB 1161 Hearing TOMORROW! Immediate Action Alert!

They are trying to move swiftly in enacting bad “gun” legislation in Idaho! We told you just a few days ago that the Secret Gun Committee and the establishment politicians in Boise released their own version of a “Castle Doctrine” bill.  After a lengthy review by our legal team, led by Alexandria Kincaid, they have determined that not only does SB 1161 FAIL to protect gun owners, it may actually be

Secret Gun Committee Bill Released-ACT NOW!

We knew it was going to be bad, but not this bad! Yesterday, the Idaho Senate released their version of what was supposed to be a “good” Castle Doctrine and self-defense bill. The entire purpose of reforming our self-defense laws is to ensure that home owners, and people in Idaho acting in self-defense, have the best protections possible. Senate Bill 1161 fails to solidify Idaho as a top state where