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NRA Faces Backlash for Tweeting '7 Ways Children Can Have Fun at Shooting Range' After Girl Shoots Instructor Dead

Sometimes the words "too soon" apply strongly to a crude joke or a statement made about something tragic that has happened. Although the National Rifle Association (NRA) wasn't trying to strike controversy when it tweeted from its @NRAWomen...Show More Summary

NRA Publishes Ill-Timed Tweet: ‘Children Can Have Fun At The Shooting Range’

The National Rifle Association is under fire for publishing a tweet promoting shooting ranges for children, just two days after a nine-year-old girl accidentally shot and killed an instructor in northwest Arizona. According to The Huffington Post, the NRA published a tweet on Wednesday afternoon though its NRA Women account that read “7 Ways Children

American Moms Aren't Buying What the NRA Is Selling

The National Rifle Association is in a quandary. The organization's leadership, which is sullied by a long history of sexism and misogyny, must continue to grow its market for guns in order to protect gun manufacturers' profits. Over the past decade, more guns have been sold to fewer people - mainly men. Show More Summary

American Moms Aren't Buying What the NRA Is Selling

The National Rifle Association is in a quandary. The organization's leadership, which is sullied by a long history of sexism and misogyny, must continue to grow its market for guns in order to protect gun manufacturers' profits. Over the past decade, more guns have been sold to fewer people - mainly men. Show More Summary

NRA Tweets ‘Children Can Have Fun At The Shooting Range’ In Wake Of Arizona Uzi Shooting

Less than two days after a 9-year-old girl in Arizona accidentally shot a firearm instructor in the head with an Uzi, the National Rifle Association on Wednesday tweeted a link showing new ways for children to “have fun” at shooting ranges. Mother Jones reports, NRA Women posted the tweet at 1:51 p.m. Pacific on Wednesday; [...]

Docs v. Glocks Case Fires Up in Florida: ACLU Files Brief on First Amendment Speech Rights

Florida physicians are caught in the National Rifle Association's crosshairs of censorship. That's the gist of the ACLU Foundation of Florida's argument in a brief filed this week with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in the case of Wollschlaeger vs. Show More Summary

While The NRA Tries To Recruit Women, NRA Media Insults Them

Routine sexist attacks from the National Rifle Association's media outlets are undermining the organization's political effort to reach out to women as a growing demographic. On August 25, NRA magazine America's 1st Freedom attacked prominent gun safety advocate and Mom's Demand Action for Gun Sense in America founder Shannon Watts. Show More Summary

NRA Goes After a Female Gun Control Advocate as Only the NRA Can

Shannon Watts, the head of the pro-gun-regulation group Moms Demand Action, is a mom. The National Rifle Association hates Watts. So it wrote a blistering profile of her. And dressed her up as a cutout mom with kitchen and housekeeping accoutrements, because moms oughta know their place! Read more...

More Evidence The NRA Is Marketing To Moms

But why? The National Rifle Association doesn't make its demographic makeup public, although it you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who wouldn't concede it is overwhelmingly white, conservative, and male. (Gun ownership data published...Show More Summary

NRA News Praises White Vigilante Patrols That Shot African-Americans After Hurricane Katrina

Cam Edwards, host of the National Rifle Association's news show, claimed that after Hurricane Katrina residents of the New Orleans neighborhood Algiers "were looking out for each other by walking the streets armed with firearms." But...Show More Summary

NRA’s Wayne LaPierre Does #IceBucketChallenge

6 days agoNews : Mediaite

Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, accepted the ice bucket challenge last week from former Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. He followed through on Saturday.

FBI Data Proves That Washington Background Checks Stop Dangerous Gun Sales, Group Says

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

NRA’s Wayne LaPierre Accepts #IceBucketChallenge from Gabby Giffords

last weekNews : Mediaite

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."

Gabby Giffords Just Gave The Ice Bucket Challenge To The Head Of The NRA

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

Rahm Emanuel defends Michael Bloomberg in wake of NRA criticism

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.

CBS Defends Michael Bloomberg From NRA, Claims They Are ‘Getting Personal’

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 Carry Water For NRA's False Attack Ad That Claims Michael Bloomberg Wants To Ban Guns

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

NRA targets former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg with aggressive new ad

He's long gone from office, but the National Rifle Association has Mike Bloomberg on its mind.

McConnell In Another Bloomberg Controversy

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

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