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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - National Rifle Association
Piers Morgan is the clueless Englishman who was bounced from CNN earlier this year because nobody listened to him rail against legal guns on his "Piers Morgan Live." CNN is about to double down on a programming disaster.
A federal court is ordering the city of Chicago to pay the National Rifle Association nearly $1 million in legal fees.
If Jacob ever needed a weapon to battle the vampire Edward in "Twilight," he'd have to break into the National Firearms Museum, where the Native American werewolf would find the "Vampire Hunter's Colt."
The National Rifle Association said it was a mistake to label open carry demonstrators in Texas as "attention-hungry" and "weird" last week in a statement that caused many gun enthusiasts to disavow the organization.
Several open carry groups in Texas are threatening to cancel their memberships after the National Rifle Association shunned them as "weird."
The National Rifle Association issued a statement recently shaming a Texas gun-rights group for crossing the line "from enthusiasm to downright foolishness."
Republican candidates for Montana's open U.S. House seat took shots at one another Wednesday over their positions on abortion, gun rights, spending and health care in the final debate before Tuesday's primary elections.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein has taken the recent California shooting by the University of California, Santa Barbara, that left six dead as cause to rally for more gun control, to slam the National Rifle Association's lobby work and to chastise Americans who aren't on board with national background checks.
Democrats in the House and Senate are pushing to spend $60 million for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to research gun violence, rekindling a debate over whether political agendas taint these taxpayer-funded studies.
The board overseeing higher education in Kansas revised a policy allowing state universities to discipline or fire employees for improper social media use by adding statements Wednesday that academic freedom and free speech rights will be protected.
The 2014 Florida legislative session was another success for gun owners and the National Rifle Association, but one battle is still being waged.
Catholics and other Christians have criticized Sarah Palin’s recent comments comparing waterboarding to baptism, calling them disrespectful, irreverent, and even blasphemous.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin isn't backing off the remark she made at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting this weekend that if she were in charge, people "would know that waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists."
Organizers behind Everytown for Gun Safety, the new advocacy group backed by former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, say one of their top priorities is to turn guns into a women's issue, akin to abortion or health care, and mobilize mothers ahead of the midterm elections in November.
National Rifle Association President Jim Porter said Saturday that flipping the U.S. Senate to Republican control is paramount for the group and that the group's power in numbers will "flex that muscle" in November's midterm elections.