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NRA Takes Heat For Endorsing a Shooting Target that Looks Like a Woman and Bleeds – Does it Promote Violence Against Women? [POLL]

If you take target practice, how do you feel about the targets that look like women that when you shoot them, they bleed?

A company called Zombie Industries has made a line of zombie dummies that when you shoot them, blood spurts out

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NRA executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre
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NRA’s New President Has Penchant For Bold Words [VIDEO]

The incoming leader of the National Rifle Association has a penchant for bold statements that are sure to enflame an already explosive national debate over gun control.

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Former U.S. Rep. Asa Hutchinson announces the recommendations of the NRA backed National School Shield Program
Former U.S. Rep. Asa Hutchinson announces the recommendations of the NRA backed National School Shield Program (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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NRA To School Officials: Train And Arm A Staffer

A National Rifle Association-sponsored study is recommending schools across the nation each train and arm at least one staff member.

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New NRA President Doesn’t Expect Filibuster

National Rifle Association President David Keene says he doesn't expect a filibuster from gun rights supporters as the Senate prepares to vote on potential gun control issues.

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Gun Controls Won’t Pass Congress, NRA Chief Says

The head of the National Rifle Association says he's confident that Congress won't approve an assault weapons ban or an ammunition limit in the wake of mass shootings in Colorado and Connecticut.

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Wayne LaPierre delivers a response to the President's inagural address remarks on guns
Wayne LaPierre delivers a response to the President's inagural address remarks on guns (NRA)
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NRA Criticizes Obama’s Reference To ‘Absolutism’ [VIDEO]

A top National Rifle Association official on Tuesday accused President Barack Obama of seeking to redefine the rights of gun owners, telling a hunting and wildlife conservation group that the president's use of the word "absolutism" in his inauguration speech was an attack on law-abiding citizens who own firearms.

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Chris Christie Blasts NRA For Ad About Obama’s Daughters

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is labeling "reprehensible" the National Rifle Association ad that brought President Barack Obama's daughters into the gun-control debate.

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NRA Releases ‘Practice Range’ Shooting app In the Wake of Blaming Violent Video Games – Are They Being Hypocritical? [POLL]

In trying to wrap my brain around the criticism the NRA attributes to violent video games causing gun violence, comes this bit of news.

According to this:

…the gun-rights organization has released a new shooter game for kids as young as four.

NRA: Practice Range, a new app in the iTunes store, was released Sunday by the nation’s largest gun-industry lobby. It features a 3D-shooting range and offers u

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NRA Vows to Defend Gun Rights

The nation's largest gun-rights lobby says some participants at its White House meeting seemed more interested in demonizing the Second Amendment than keeping students safe.

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Armed Guards Won’t Make Schools Safer, Says Chris Christie

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says posting armed guards outside classrooms won't make classrooms safer or encourage learning.

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