FAIRFAX, Va. – The National Rifle Association announces Daniel Defense as the presenting sponsor of America’s Rifle Challenge, a NRA program offering The post National Rifle Association Announces America¹s Rifle Challenge Sponsors appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
It’s a sad and sour realization, to know that you’ve aged and tattooed yourself out of your dream job, but that is the sad place many of us find ourselves today: we cannot be greeters at the National Rifle Association Expo in Lousville. Even if you’re not too old or too fat, you’re probably too odd for the job. Take a sec to grieve. Read more...
AIRFAX, Va. – The National Rifle Association Annual Meetings and Exhibits has been recognized by the Trade Show News Network (TSNN) as The post NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits recognized among top trade shows by two industry media groups appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Donald Trump is the only confirmed speaker for the National Rifle Association (NRA). Photo by Gage Skidmore
Ever heard of Eddie the Eagle, the National Rifle Association mascot? Well, you’ll never forget his ridiculous face again after watching this hilarious clip from “Full Frontal.”
The National Rifle Association confirmed that Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump will speak at its leadership forum in May.
On the latest Full Frontal, Samantha Bee took us on her quest to rent the costume of the National Rifle Association's esteemed gun safety mascot, Eddie Eagle. But doing so proved to be a surprisingly onerous process—one that required...Show More Summary
Samantha Bee was determined on Monday’s Full Frontal to go to any lengths to dress up as Eddie Eagle, the National Rifle Association’s mascot. “There’s something about that costume — so mockable. So asinine,” she said. “I had to have one.” But she...
(Scott Johnson) The video below is running on television exclusively on the FOX News Channel, where I saw it for the first time last night. It is episode 7 in the National Rifle Association’s Freedom’s Safest Place campaign. What a powerful speaker. Show More Summary
FAIRFAX, Va. – Conquer the most rugged and challenging off-road trails in this Black Ops Jeep Wrangler generously donated to The NRA The post National Rifle Association Partners with HPR® Ammunition to Auction Custom Black Ops Jeep Wrangler on GunBroker.com appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
The huge power of my people (i.e. “The Hispanics”) is not lost on the National Rifle Association (NRA,) which has tapped a Venezuelan gun enthusiast as part of its new national ad campaign: Freedom Safest Place. In the ad, former Olympic pistol-shooter Gabby … Continue reading ?
First. I'm not making this up. On the "Friday Fun" section of their web site, The National Rifle Association has featured its own version of two classic fairy tales. In their take on Little Red Riding Hood, Grandma is packing...
Stephen Colbert took some time on his show to mock the NRA for publishing fairy tales indoctrinating children on the glory of guns. "Turns out, the National Rifle Association loves fairy tales, too. This is true. On the NRA website --...Show More Summary
National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent posted a racially derogatory image on his Facebook page that he said was an advertisement for a moving company called "2 niggers and a stolen truck." In a March 31 post, Nugent shared...Show More Summary
It's hard to imagine an organization that is more to the right of the National Rifle Association, but they exist to constantly push the envelope to enrich the gun industry. Gun Owners of America has re-interpreted the Second Amendment,...Show More Summary
As the National Rifle Association (NRA) smears Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland as a threat to the Second Amendment by misrepresenting his judicial record, one of the NRA's top constitutional litigators is heaping praise upon Garland...Show More Summary
The New York Times reports: Thanks to a series of reimagined fairy tales published online by the National Rifle Association, classic characters like Hansel and Gretel are now packing heat. The group has published two of the updated tales on its N.R.A. Show More Summary
NRA Family, the National Rifle Association’s blog for families, recently began publishing a series of classic fairy tales, reimagined to include guns: “Red felt the reassuring weight of the rifle on her shoulder and continued down the path, scanning the trees, knowing that their shadows could provide a hiding place.” Read more...
What are our very nice friends at the National Rifle Association up to these days? The world of make-believe can be a scary place, but never fear: Thanks to a series of reimagined fairy tales published online by the National Rifle Association, classic characters like Hansel and Gretel are now packing heat. The group has […]
The National Rifle Association is featuring a series of reimagined fairy tales on their website. The only difference? Way more guns. In the debut story, Hansel and Gretel don’t bemoan their lack of food since they had been taught from birth to hunt with guns for sustenance. No, it’s not yet April Fools’ Day.