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National Rifle Association of America

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Top National Rifle Association of America Articles

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  • June 26 Letters: Gun controls, license plates

    Responsibility Re: "Not about the weapon," June 23. The letter writer compares guns to automobiles based on the capacity to cause death and injury in the wrong hands. If we follow that argument to its logical conclusion, then the government should not...
  • Don't just get rid of flag, get rid of the gun, too

    Don't just get rid of flag, get rid of the gun, too
    A 21-year-old indicted on a drug charge buys a gun and uses it to kill nine people in a church massacre in South Carolina. And what do the nation's politicians do? Agree to stop waving the Confederate battle flag. So now I have one more reason to hate...
  • Pennsylvania court rejects law that aided NRA gun challenges

    A Pennsylvania state court on Thursday struck down a law designed to make it easier for gun owners and organizations like the National Rifle Association to challenge local firearms ordinances in court. The Commonwealth Court said the procedure the...
  • June 25 Letters: Gun controls

    Jumping to extreme Re: "Controls necessary, " June 24. When nine innocent people were killed in a South Carolina church, where was that army supported by the National Guard? Where was that Defense Department with a $600 billion budget? Where was that...
  • Gun control won't lead to gun confiscation

    America experiences about 33,000 gun deaths every year — 88 per day. Another 70,000 people are wounded. The deaths break down as about 60 percent suicides, 37 percent homicides and 3 percent accidents and police shootings. Guns are the No. 2 cause...
  • Communities need good guys with guns

    The Charleston, S.C., hate crime, allegedly committed by Dylann Roof, is a sad example of National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre's dictum that "If guns are outlawed, only the bad guys will have guns." For all practical...
  • Gov. Walker ends decades-old waiting period for handguns in Wisconsin

    Gov. Walker ends decades-old waiting period for handguns in Wisconsin
    After signing two bills that loosen Wisconsin's gun laws, Gov. Scott Walker defended the timing of his public event Wednesday, saying it had been scheduled before nine people were shot and killed last week in a South Carolina church. With his signature,...
  • Gov. Walker ends decades-old waiting period for handguns

    After signing two bills that loosen Wisconsin's gun laws, Gov. Scott Walker defended the timing of his public event Wednesday, saying it had been scheduled before nine people were shot and killed last week in a South Carolina church. With his signature,...
  • Confederate flag, guns and Bernie Sanders: Rant

    Confederate flag, guns and Bernie Sanders: Rant
    Paula Deen was branded a racist for using the N-word several years ago, but President Obama can use it, and it's called a "bold statement on race" by liberals. Really? Gov. Rick Scott gives depth and meaning to the adage "robbing Peter to pay Paul" when...
  • America and guns: 'utter lunacy'

    America and guns: 'utter lunacy'
    And so it happens again: another gun-related atrocity in America, this time in Charleston. But after the events of Columbine, Aurora, Newtown and West Baltimore, and Chicago, and town after city after town, are we really shocked? The American way of...
  • Obama says US racism 'not cured,' makes point with epithet

    President Barack Obama says the history of slavery and segregation is "still part of our DNA" in the United States, even if racial epithets no longer show up in polite conversation. He uttered the N-word in making his point. In an interview, Obama talked...