BILLIONAIRE ELITIST HYPOCRITE MICHAEL BLOOMBERG IS COMING FOR YER SNACKS, SODAS, AND GUNS! That's the message of a new ad the National Rifle Association will be running in bunch of battleground states. Except, it's not true. But it is funny: No, Bloomberg does not want to ban guns. Show More Summary
National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre has accepted the ice bucket charity challenge from former Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. "Wayne will be doing the ice bucket challenge for ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease)," an NRA spokesman told Mediaite. "He will also be sending a check. He will do it when he returns from being on the road."
Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords (D-Arizona), who became a leader of U.S. gun control movement after she was shot in the head in 2011, took the ice bucket charity challenge to the National Rifle Association on Thursday. After Congresswoman...Show More Summary
Mayor Rahm Emanuel voiced support on Twitter for Michael Bloomberg after the National Rifle Association purchased ad time to attack the former New York mayor's gun control work.
On Wednesday, August 20, CBS This Morning promoted a new ad campaign by the National Rifle Association “going after former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg” a major gun control advocate. During the news brief, CBS’s Ben Tracy played up how one ad is “getting personal. Show More Summary
Media outlets are uncritically reporting the false claim in a new attack ad from the National Rifle Association that gun safety advocate Michael Bloomberg wants to "ban... your guns." In fact, Bloomberg supports the right to own a gun. The...Show More Summary
He's long gone from office, but the National Rifle Association has Mike Bloomberg on its mind.
The National Rifle Association just sent out a non-candidate approved mailer in Kentucky stating, "'Senator Mitch McConnell will stop the “gun control agenda” of President Obama and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg'". So far, so good. Show More Summary
Rapid City Journal columnist Frank Carroll, a member of the National Rifle Association, is calling for NRA board member Ted Nugent and "anyone else who either backs him or avoids their responsibility to confront him" to be removed from...Show More Summary
The once hardcore “Conservative Republican” and staunch supporter of the National Rifle Association, Democrat Charlie Crist, has just received a “D” rating from the national gun rights organization that once gave him their full-throated endorsement. Show More Summary
After the Toledo Blade received months of criticism for reluctantly hosting National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent at their food and music festival, the conservative commentator repaid the Ohio paper by declaring that "So...Show More Summary
Gun rights should extend to the blind, who not only should be permitted to “own any guns they want” but should also be encouraged to carry guns in public. That’s the opinion of Dom Raso, a frequent National Rifle Association commentator, who says he is also a former Navy SEAL, as expressed in a new
Robert Draper’s 2013 article on the National Rifle Association and its lobbying power.
The National Rifle Association either couldn’t take the heat or decided that advocating guns for the sightless was just a really bad idea. While the video is still online (as is practically everything else that ever existed), it is no longer available via the NRA. What a shame that such a great public service announcement [...]
National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent hyped his August 8 appearance at The Toledo Blade's food and music festival by attacking the "stinkyass unclean dipshit protestors" that attended a rally organized by an American Indian...Show More Summary
Forbes columnist Frank Miniter's forthcoming book The Future of the Gun will present a revisionist history of the National Rifle Association's extremism during the legislative battle over guns following the December 2012 mass shooting...Show More Summary
Several weeks ago, we covered one of several bizarre new videos released by the National Rifle Association in which a “commentator” pitches one or more ridiculous ideas for how to expand gun rights in the United States. In that video, a hipster commentator, Billy Johnson, made a case for government subsidies for guns, including free [...]
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has pulled out of an Arlington Heights, Illinois, event "after the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) rallied its members to attend and protest the event." The event – National Night Out in North School Park – is scheduled for Tuesday, August 5. Show More Summary
A National Rifle Association commentator defended the rights of blind people to carry guns in a video Monday. "The biggest concern I hear is having blind people carrying in public. Are you envisioning the person waving the gun around or pointing it at anybody for no reason? Because thatÂ?s what it sounds like," Dean Raso said. Show More Summary
The National Rifle Association has put out another cute little video, this time to help us understand why it’s so important for blind people to have any guns they want. Dom Raso “gunsplains”: Every law-abiding blind individual should be able to have whatever guns they want. And if you disagree with that statement, if you [...]