NRA News, the National Rifle Association's online news website and "your first source for Second Amendment news and information," has recently added three commentators to its lineup, to compliment its daily online video broadcasts. Videos featuring the commentators will apparently include a disclaimer that they do not "necessarily reflect the views of the National Rifle Association." But from what little has been put out so far about the commentators, that disclaimer might just be for show. For those of you who don't normally click over to NRA News during your lunch hour, here's a quick introduction to the new faces:PERMALINK | COMMENTS (0) | RECOMMEND RECOMMEND (0)
In 1995, Tom Mason was at a United Nations conference in Cairo, Egypt, where one of the issues being discussed was what Mason calls "a very stringent anti-gun resolution."
So Mason got in touch with the National Rifle Association.
"I talked to the NRA, and they said, 'Oh, will you watch it for us?'" Mason recalled. "And I did."PERMALINK | COMMENTS (0) | RECOMMEND RECOMMEND (0)
Does the National Rifle Association take orders from the gun industry? Or is it the other way around?
If you've been waiting for the right time to purchase National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre's tips on protecting your home from potential disasters, your time may have come.
WND, the conservative website and publisher of Chuck Norris columns, is offering readers a steep discount on "Safe: How to Protect Yourself, Your Family and Your Home," a 336-page survival manual written by Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association.PERMALINK | COMMENTS (0) | RECOMMEND RECOMMEND (0)
In a speech billed as his official response to President Obama's State of the Union address, National Rifle Association chief Wayne LaPierre on Thursday accused the President of only pretending to care about school safety in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., mass shooting in December.