Posts tagged "nra"

Teacher Who Lived Through Most Recent School Shooting Has A Powerful Message That Needs To Be Shared

Earlier this week, a 15-year-old boy brought an assault rifle, a semi-automatic handgun, and several hundred rounds of ammo to Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Oregon. He shot and killed a 14-year-old classmate, Emilio Hoffman, in the boys' locker room before being cornered by police and taking his own life. The shooter…
By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / June 13, 2014

NRA Panders To Women With A Plethora Of Pink Products

This past weekend, the National Rifle Association held its annual convention in Houston, Texas. Around 70,000, pro-gun supporters turned out to see speakers like Bobby Jindal, Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin spread second amendment gospel. But there was also tons of shopping. Gun owners always be shopping! A large part of the convention was take…
By: Julie Gerstein / May 6, 2013

Meet Natalie Foster, The Woman The NRA Thinks Will Make You Buy A Gun

This week, the National Rifle Association debuted Natalie Foster as the new video commentator for its website, the NRA News Network, to drum up support for the Second Amendment. Blonde and telegenic, Foster already blogs for her own site, Girls Guide To Guns, "dedicated to women who dig fashion and fire power," in which she…
By: Jessica Wakeman / March 29, 2013

Tone Deaf NRA Releases New “Practice Range” App

Just weeks after the Newtown tragedy, and merely days after another shooting at a California high school, the fine folks of the National Rifle Association have decided that now is the perfect time to release a new mobile target practice app, aimed at helping gun owners to become more accurate shots. The a…
By: Julie Gerstein / January 14, 2013

NRA Hold Press Conference To Deny Any Responsibility For Newtown Shooting

This morning, National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre held a press conference, meant to be the NRA's response and "meaningful contribution" to the Newtown shooting that occurred one week ago. Rather than surprise the audience by actually taking some responsibility for promoting a gun-crazy, shooting-first-and-ask-questions-later culture, LaPierre did what was sadly…
By: Julie Gerstein / December 21, 2012