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National Rifle Association of America

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Top National Rifle Association of America Articles

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  • Easy access to guns is a threat to our community

    I am writing in response to the La Grange drive-by shooting reported in the Jan. 26 article "Man shot outside a home in East La Grange." I appreciate the police statement's sentiment, "There is no threat to the members of our community" to mean that the...
  • Manufacturing, wealth and NRA: Letters

    Manufacturing, wealth and NRA: Letters
    Manufacturing jobs While reading Wayne J. Hunicke's letter to the editor Sunday about wage gaps, I was struck by the omission of the main reason behind the increased emphasis on higher education in today's work force: the lack of good-paying...
  • Guns, polio vaccine and medical pot: Letters

    Guns, polio vaccine and medical pot: Letters
    Guns at our fingertips Every morning I start my day with the local Central Florida television news. Lately, it seems that all the lead stories are centered on the same theme: the most recent shootings. If you get into a fight, grab a gun. If you...
  • Eric Holder: Gun lobby 'simply won' by killing Sandy Hook reforms

    Eric Holder: Gun lobby 'simply won' by killing Sandy Hook reforms
    The inability to enact new gun safety laws after the Sandy Hook school shooting ranks as "the single failure" of his tenure, Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. said in a televised interview. "The gun lobby simply won, you know?" Holder said in an interview...
  • 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's family voices confidence in justice system

    'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's family voices confidence in justice system
    Slain "American Sniper" Chris Kyle's family says they are confident of “a fair and just verdict” in the murder trial of the troubled veteran who is accused of killing him. Eddie Ray Routh stands accused of shooting Kyle, 38, and Chad...
  • Orlando security-guard instructor faces trial in gun-licensing scam

    Orlando security-guard instructor faces trial in gun-licensing scam
    Victor Franco advertised his Orlando bodyguard and private-eye business by holding assault rifles and posing with beauty queens, elected officials and private jets. As president of FV Eagle Eye Investigation and Protection Services, Franco identified...
  • New laws OK wine shipments, ban tiger selfies

    New laws OK wine shipments, ban tiger selfies
    New state laws taking effect Thursday give livestock in California more living room, approve direct-to-consumer wine shipments in Massachusetts and levy the ultimate punishment on wannabe teen drivers in Nevada by denying them licenses if they skip too...
  • In marketing 'American Sniper,' Warner Bros. treads carefully with gender and politics

    In marketing 'American Sniper,' Warner Bros. treads carefully with gender and politics
    Hollywood has not traditionally been known for nuanced thinking when it comes to gender assumptions in movie marketing. According to the crude calculus of studio salesmanship, women like movies featuring romance and pretty dresses and almost anything...
  • Christie stumps for Hogan in Bethesda

    Christie stumps for Hogan in Bethesda
    Larry Hogan's drive to become governor of Maryland received an infusion of Republican star power Tuesday when New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came to Bethesda to campaign for him. Christie, chairman of the Republican Governors Association and a possible...
  • Opponents sue over Niles gun range plan

    Opponents sue over Niles gun range plan
    A community group filed a lawsuit Friday against the village of Niles in an effort to stop a gun shop and range from being built near several schools. People for a Safer Society, an advocacy group that began in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary...
  • Toddler who shot mom 'unzipped' special purse gun pocket

    Toddler who shot mom 'unzipped' special purse gun pocket
    Veronica Rutledge and her husband loved everything about guns. They practiced at shooting ranges. They hunted. And both of them, relatives and friends say, had permits to carry concealed firearms. Veronica typically left her Blackfoot, Idaho, home with...