Via USA Today: Sen. Ted Cruz, one of two declared Republican candidates for president, told National Rifle Association members in Nashville that he's fought the conservative battles, unlike his opponents. "In a Republican primary, every candidate's going to stand up and say, 'I oppose Obamacare,'" Cruz said at the NRA's annual meeting Friday. Show More Summary
From the National Rifle Association's Institute for Legislative Action April 10 leadership forum: Related: NRA Annual Meeting To Enmesh Gun Extremism With GOP Presidential Hopefuls
‘One Year Of Demographically Symbolic President Is Enough,’ NRA Head Says National Rifle Association CEO and Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre told a crowd of Second Amendment advocates at the NRA’s 144th annual meeting that “eight years of one demographically symbolic president...
(John Hinderaker) Yesterday the New York Times published a typically vituperative editorial on the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in progress in Nashville. Titled No Firing Pins, Please, as the N.R.A. Gathers, the editorial...Show More Summary
Speaking before the National Rifle Association’s Leadership Forum in Nashville, Florida Governor Jeb Bush ripped President Obama, while touting his state’s pro-gun credentials. The governor even made a point of supporting the controversial “Stand Your Ground” laws that came under fire during the George Zimmerman trials. Show More Summary
Updated at 6:15 p.m. Nearly all of the 2016 GOP presidential hopefuls were onstage Friday at the National Rifle Association's annual leadership conference in Nashville, a GOP cattle-call of sorts that gave the potential candidates a chance to trumpet their Second Amendment bona fides. Show More Summary
Gun rights were at the heart of many speeches by Republican presidential candidates and potential candidates at the National Rifle Association Leadership Forum here, but nearly every one used arguments for protecting the Second Amendment as a launch pad to criticize President Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Mike Huckabee used the time before his speech at the National Rifle Association's Leadership Forum to buy a handgun for his wife.
“In a sign of how literally close they are, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio sat next to each other on the same Friday night flight to Miami from Nashville, where they separately spoke at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention,” [...]
Just a few of the sights to be seen in the Exhibit Hall of the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee this morning… “If they can ban one, they can ban them all.” pic.twitter.com/9KuSAEMj5v — jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) April 10, 2015 Secret Compartment Furniture. Show More Summary
Potential GOP 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson jumped right in with the rest of the crew and the fearmongering at this year's National Rifle Association Convention. Be afraid! Be afraid everyone because that evil terrorist loving...Show More Summary
As the presidential election season begins, many of the Republican presidential hopefuls will be trekking to Nashville today to address the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association (NRA). The hopefuls will try to out “pro-gun” each other in an effort to gain support for their mostly yet-to-be-announced campaigns. The aspirants addressing the meeting today will […]
Barrett announced the company produced a custom version of the Model 82A1. The special edition rifle is set to be auctioned to benefit the National Rifle Association. According to Barrett, the rifle has the following features: 24K gold-plated scrollwork engraved by Baron Technology, Inc. Show More Summary
Republican candidates and potential candidates will have plenty to agree with at the annual National Rifle Association leadership conference.
Republicans, guns and money will dominate a National Rifle Association meeting that starts on Thursday and is expected to attract about 70,000 people to Nashville, organizers said. The gathering includes a forum on Friday with a dozen prominent Republicans, including announced presidential...
By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 9 (Reuters) - Republicans, guns and money will dominate a National Rifle Association meeting that starts on Thursday and is expected to attract about 70,000 people to Nashville, organizers said. The...Show More Summary
Senator Rand Paul is having a bit of a problem with the National Rifle Association. According to multiple reports today, the NRA didn't invite him to speak at their convention because of his affiliation with other gun groups.
NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA Incorporated 1871 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030 FAIRFAX, VA – The National Rifle Association is proud to announce the selection of Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Vaughan as its 2014 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. Show More Summary
As media turn to cover a high-profile gathering of potential Republican presidential contenders at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting, the extreme stances taken by the NRA on a wide range of gun issues over the past year...Show More Summary
Ted Cruz, however, will get a repeat performance. The National Rifle Association's annual convention will be missing a pair of prominent tools when it convenes this Friday. Neither Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky nor New Jersey Gov. Chris...Show More Summary