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Former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens wants to amend the Constitution. His suggestions include changing the Second Amendment to make clear that only a state's militia, not its citizens, has a constitutional right to bear arms.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens wants to reduce gun violence, abolish the death penalty, restrict campaign spending, limit state sovereignty and fix Congress. His solution: amend the Constitution.
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Some Democratic strategists are hoping that Michael Bloomberg’s plan to spend $50 million on a new gun control group will help the party in the 2014 midterm elections.
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Wayne LaPierre: With a compliant Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate that consistently defends the president’s executive theft of power, Barack Obama and his allies are well on their way to carrying out his 2008 threat to “fundamentally transform the United States of America.”
With a compliant Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate that consistently defends the president’s executive theft of power, Barack Obama and his allies are well on their way to carrying out his 2008
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If you can’t join us in Indianapolis this week for the NRA Annual Meetings, be sure to tune in for live coverage from NRA News and Cam & Co. View the complete schedule here:
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The NRA wishes you a very Happy Easter!
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A Maine high school student was suspended for 10 days for bringing a toy squirt gun to school. The superintendent wholeheartedly defend the school's policy: "Now a yellow squirt gun, some may argue that's not a weapon," argued Bill Webster. "Well if it were black would we feel differently? Or if it were a little different shape would we feel differently? We are not in the business of differentiating whether this particular toy is appropriate and this one over here is not."
A Lewiston High School suspended a 10th-grader for having a bright yellow squirt gun for 10 days. The suspension was
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NRA Life of Duty correspondent Chuck Holton offers his take on what he says “might be the most important geopolitical event since the fall of the Soviet Union.”

Watch Frontlines Special Report: Ukraine at the link below:
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Believe it or not, It wasn't until Chris saw "Top Shot" on the History Channel that he really got interested in firearms and decided to buy an AR-15. As his skill level steadily improved, he found himself watching the show saying, "Oh, I can make that shot." After awhile, he knew it was time to put up or shut up.

Learn more about Chris’ story in the new issue of Third Century NRA here:
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The U.S. Supreme Court is still evaluating a case that would define rights related to concealed gun permits in New Jersey and potentially across the country. The petitioners want answers to two questions: whether the Second Amendment secures a right to carry handguns outside of the home for self-defense and if New Jersey officials violated that right by requiring people to prove a “justifiable need” for carrying a handgun for self-defense outside their homes.
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Pam Galloway, a surgeon and a former state representative from Wisconsin, writes in an editorial to the Indy Star: "Bloomberg doesn’t give women, or other humans for that matter, much credit when it comes to making intelligent decisions. We don’t just follow blindly. We are capable of getting past scary rhetoric and looking at the facts.
The fact is that 'gun control' does not reduce crime."
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Protecting America's Second Amendment Freedoms
The National Rifle Association, chartered in 1871, is America’s foremost defender of Second Amendment rights. We’re proud protectors of history’s patriots — advocating the right to keep and bear arms, advancing the shooting sports and championing gun safety, education and training.