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National Rifle Association of America

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  • There's scientific consensus on guns -- and the NRA won't like it

    There's scientific consensus on guns -- and the NRA won't like it
    After the Sandy Hook tragedy, reporters often called me to ask for information on firearms. They wanted to know whether strong gun laws reduced homicide rates (I said they did); and, conversely, whether permissive gun laws lowered crime rates overall (I...
  • Hillary Clinton will coast if opponents go to Crazy Town

    Hillary Clinton will coast if opponents go to Crazy Town
    Before Hillary Clinton had even made her presidential run official, some unlikely allies began campaigning for her. At the National Rifle Association's annual convention Friday, Wayne LaPierre, the organization's executive vice president said:...
  • NRA's paranoia is catching

    NRA's paranoia is catching
    The Sun's editorial reflecting on the National Rifle Association convention in Nashville is an important statement on how the NRA has devalued our lives and our society ("Guns and the 'permanent darkness,'" April 16). Wayne LaPierre's recent rantings...
  • New American Century goes back to the future

    New American Century goes back to the future
    It is a cool, crisp morning in Washington, D.C. It is Jan. 20, 2017, and the world is watching with incredible excitement as the new president of the United States is about to deliver the inaugural speech. Folks, welcome to the New American Century&...
  • We all pay: The high costs of gun violence

    We all pay: The high costs of gun violence
    Each year more than 11,000 people are killed with guns in the United States, an additional 20,000 people commit suicide with guns and 80,000 people survive gunshot wounds with a wide range of injuries, including life-altering paralysis. That means bullets...
  • Kaine marks Va. tech massacre with call for gun control measures

    Sen. Tim Kaine came to th floor of the Senate to read the names of the 32 Virginia tech students and faculty who died in the mass shooting of April 16, 2007, and to call on Congress to pass comprehensive background check legislation -- the kind of law...
  • Guns and the 'permanent darkness'

    Guns and the 'permanent darkness'
    By overwhelming margins, polls show Americans support universal background checks for those seeking to purchase a firearm to help keep guns out of the hands of criminals and those who are dangerously mentally ill. Clearly, the last thing you want is for...
  • Little 'safe' about gun proposal

    Little 'safe' about gun proposal
    Senate Bill 176, a piece of flawed and dangerous legislation that if passed would allow anyone over the age of 21 with a concealed weapon or firearm license to carry their firearms onto our college campuses, must be defeated or revised. The premise that...
  • NRA not reassuring

    NRA not reassuring
    Mark Porcaro's letter to the editor criticized CeaseFirePA board member Fritz Walker's Your View, which described ongoing National Rifle Association efforts to block legislation to make those on the FBI's Terrorist Watchlist "prohibited persons." For...
  • The Bradys and the N.R.A.

    The Bradys and the N.R.A.
    After reading the April 4 Sun Sentinel, my wife asked if I read the Sarah Brady article who died at age 73. I don't read the obituaries pages - even the thought of thinking of finding my name bothers me. I was surprised it wasn't front page news....
  • Mayo: As closing time nears, will Legislature clock us?

    Mayo: As closing time nears, will Legislature clock us?
    With three weeks left in the 2015 regular session, our Legislature is working as hard as ever — to clobber us. Perhaps it was an omen when a Miami lawmaker reportedly punched a visiting college student in the face at a Tallahassee watering hole...