NRA

This Is How the NRA Ends
A bigger, richer, meaner gun-control movement has arrived
May 28, 2013

The bigger, richer, meaner gun-control movement has arrived.

The Gun-Vote Backlash Has Only Just Begun
April 23, 2013

Some liberals shrugged at the legislation's defeat, but there could be serious consequences for those who opposed it.

Who Killed Gun Control?
The gun-control bill is dead. Why?
April 17, 2013

The gun-control push basically died today. Could the president have done anything to have it turn out differently?

The Gun-Death Database That America Deserves
Obama's budget would fund research that the NRA has long opposed
April 15, 2013

Obama's budget would fund research that the NRA has long opposed.

Dear Senators, Stop Listening to Your NRA Constituents
April 09, 2013

And start listening to the silent majority.

Gun Shy
Wayne LaPierre’s surprisingly delicate psyche
February 26, 2013

Funny thing about the NRA's Wayne LaPierre: He doesn't much like guns. Or people. Here’s why the gun lobby doesn’t care about finding a more cuddly spokesperson.

Hunters Have an NRA Problem
At what point does standing with the NRA become riskier than speaking out against it?
February 05, 2013

At what point does standing with the NRA become riskier than speaking out against it?

How to Build a Better Assault Weapons Ban
Or: Why the NRA's best argument is still bunk
January 31, 2013

The NRA thinks we shouldn't pass another assault weapons ban because the last one failed. But its authors have gotten smarter.

Franklin Roosevelt: The Father of Gun Control
December 19, 2012

Gun control is one of the great pieces of unfinished business for the Democratic Party. Although the party has never been unified in its support of restrictive gun laws – indeed, gun control historically transcends the usual party lines – for the past century Democrats have pushed for a more vigorous role for government in regulating guns.

Vote First, Ask Questions Later
December 10, 2009

E.J. Dionne Jr. on how NRA members aren't as afraid of gun restrictions as congressmen are.

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