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NRA Board Member wants to ban assault weapons

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NRA’s head lobbyist on Glenn Beck

GLENN: So, last week when I told you there was a bill, there was this bill going through the house, it was going to make people soldiers, for instance, that, you know, had post-traumatic stress syndrome, they were never going to be able to get a gun again, and word was that it would go all the way down to people who had been diagnosed with A.D.D.. So I called Wayne La Pierre on the air. He said, no, Glenn, this is great. Then what happens? Then I get an avalanche of people who are N.R.A. members who are saying that that’s not true and that the N.R.A. is not doing their job, and from people who say, I’ve been a lifelong member of the N.R.A., blah, blah, blah, but they’re selling us out. The problem is, we don’t know who to trust anymore. Continue reading

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Vermont Carry

If you want to understand Vermont’s concealed carry laws, just read the Second Amendment. The right of the people to keep and bear arms is not infringed. Continue reading

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NRA backs Harry Reid

The NRA has not officially endorsed Harry Reid, at least not yet. However, multiple sources indicate that the NRA has been considering such an endorsement. While Reid may have voted pro-gun at times, he poses a serious threat to gun owners.

Not only has Reid been crucial in the passage of anti-gun Obamacare, he has played a key role in the confirmation of radical, anti-gun liberals to powerful offices. His support for these gun grabbers clearly demonstrates his contempt for the Second Amendment. Continue reading

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Free Speech Sell-out: Good news and Bad news

From Dudley Brown, Executive Director of the National Association for Gun Rights:

I have some good news and some bad news to share with you about the NRA free speech sell out.

First, the good news.

Our pressure is working. It appears the momentum behind the anti-free speech DISCLOSE Act may be losing steam. Grassroots outrage over the NRA’s sickening attempt to cozy up to anti-gun Democrats like Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi is slowing down the bill.

Today, Forbes is reporting that Democrats are feeling the heat over their devils’ pact with the NRA.

That is good news, but the bad news is worse… Continue reading

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Update: Wallstreet Journal confirms NRA sellout

From Dudley Brown, Executive Director of the National Association for Gun Rights:

Washington is ablaze with news about the NRA’s abandonment of free speech.

Some of you still may not believe the NRA could strike such a gruesome deal with Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi on the DISCLOSE Act, which is sponsored by the Senate’s most shrill gun-hater, Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

Those of you still not convinced need to view this morning’s Wall Street Journal editorial, which jumped into the fray, decrying the NRA’s sell-out and pointing out that their exemption is not only dangerous but abandons their natural allies. Continue reading

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NRA cuts deal to limit free speech

From Dudley Brown, the Executive Director of the National Association for Gun Rights:

Three prominent Washington D.C. websites are reporting what many capitol insiders warned of: the National Rifle Association has made a deal with the devil (i.e. anti-gun Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid) to limit the free speech of Americans in exchange for their carved-out exemption.

While some pro-gun rights advocates may think free speech does not matter or that nothing another gun advocacy group does should ever be questioned, the National Association for Gun Rights and I take a very different view.

Without the right to free speech, we are defenseless in the battle to save our Second Amendment rights. Continue reading

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NRA takes flak for ties with left

The NRA has been taking fire for shenanigans that have undermined the conservative movement. Their most recent list of capers includes: contemplating an endorsement of anti-gun Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, endorsing centrist candidates instead of the most conservative ones, failing to take a stand against Eric Holder’s nomination, and doing a subpar job at resisting Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination (both of which are anti-gun). Continue reading

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NRA’s Hoplophobic President

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LaPierre endorses trigger locks and closing gunshow “loophole”

Mr. LaPIERRE: We have always felt, and I feel, that owning a gun is a
responsibility. And the fact that you have young children in the house, you’d
better lock up your guns, and you’d better make them inaccessible. And if
you’re criminally negligent, you should be charged and we support that. Continue reading

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