On Monday night's All In, in a discussion of the rock-concert shootings in the Paris terrorist attacks, MSNBC’s Joy Reid claimed that the National Rifle Association doesn’t care at all about the loss of life in shootings, and only wants...Show More Summary
A New York tabloid is calling the National Rifle Association's platform "sick jihad" and the organization's leader "Jihadi Wayne" after the organization fought legislation that would prohibit people on the government's watch-list for terrorists and suspected terrorists from purchasing guns. Show More Summary
The New York Daily News takes aim at the executive director of the National Rifle Association for blocking a bill that would bar anyone on the terrorist watch list from getting a weapon. The newly proposed bill through Congress — known as H.R. 1076, ‘Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act of 2015? — [...]
A New York City tabloid is continuing its battle with the National Rifle Association, calling NRA honcho Wayne LaPierre “Jihadi Wayne” on the cover of Monday morning’s edition for opposing sensible gun laws that could prevent terrorists from purchasing high-powered weapons. The...
Desperate to deflect attention from the hapless Barack Obama, Democrats and now the New York Daily News have decided to wage a mindless jihad against the National Rifle Association. The pathetic attack against a law-abiding group that has nothing to … Continued
Safety Harbor Firearms is working on a new version of its Kompact Entry Stock (KES) that will work with AR-10/7.62×51 platform rifles. The following videos show a rifle with the prototype KES and associated buffer, carrier and spring being test fired. Show More Summary
The Daily News hunt for National Rifle Association head Wayne LaPierre came up empty again.
A new survey of gun owners finds widespread support for universal background checks and provides new details on who does and doesn't support the National Rifle Association. The survey, conducted by Public Policy Polling on behalf ofShow More Summary
The National Rifle Association fired back Wednesday at critics of its opposition to a proposed law banning terror suspects from buying guns in the United States.
The New York Daily News used its front page Wednesday to lash out at the National Rifle Association in a big way, comparing the powerful pro-gun group's lobbying efforts to a "SICK JIHAD." "Over 2,000 suspects on terror watch list have legally bought firearms in the U.S. Show More Summary
They can't get on planes, but they can buy guns. More than 2,000 people on the FBI’s terrorist watchlist have not been allowed to get on planes in the U.S. but have been able to buy guns, because the National Rifle Association and its allies in Congress have blocked legislation to close that loophole. Show More Summary
FAIRFAX, Va. – The National Rifle Association is proud to announce the 2016 dates for its NRA Outdoors Survival School. Sponsored by The post NRA Outdoors Announces 2016 Survival School Dates appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Just a few months after the December 2012 Sandy Hook shootings, a school safety project funded by the National Rifle Association urged the arming of trained school staff to protect against future school shootings. Although many of us scoffed at...
Bold. pic.twitter.com/TCsFmfpQUt — Jim Roberts (@nycjim) November 18, 2015 In three words, the front page of Wednesday's New York Daily News launched one of the boldest attacks on the National Rifle Association in recent memory. The tabloid's cover denounced "NRA's Sick Jihad," in characteristically huge typeface. Show More Summary
FAIRFAX, VA – The National Rifle Association unveiled Federal Premium® Ammunition as the official ammo sponsor of its popular online video series The post Federal Premium® Ammunition Named Official Ammo of NRA’s NOIR and I Am Forever appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
The Daily News published one of its most aggressive gun-control covers yet on Wednesday. The New York tabloid blasted the National Rifle Association for its "sick jihad" in the aftermath of last week's Paris terror attack and the ongoing debate about whether the US should accept Syrian refugees. Show More Summary
Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney used the terrorist attacks in Paris to push the stock of U.S. gun manufacturers and hype an ad from the National Rifle Association. On November 13, terrorists suspected to be affiliated with ISIS...Show More Summary
Blocking research, concealing data or not collecting data in the first place is one of the many ways lawmakers can, and have, skewed opinion and policy. Take, for instance, the National Rifle Association’s long-term efforts at keeping...Show More Summary
Six days after the shooting, Rep. Martha McSally, R-Arizona, sponsored the Mental Health and Safe Communities Act, a bill first introduced by Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, in the Senate. Backed by the National Rifle Association, the law...Show More Summary
A commentary video from the National Rifle Association claimed it's "a complete lie" that "the only acceptable definition of minority is non-white, or sometimes non-straight" before drawing a parallel between the experiences of gun owners...Show More Summary