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Fox News' Chris Wallace attacks NRA chief Wayne LaPierre (Video)

Fox News’ Chris Wallace won praise on Sunday for grilling National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre on gun control, at one point saying: “That’s ridiculous and you know it, sir."

NRA mocked in 'Bullet to the Head of the NRA' video game demo

A member of Encyclopedia Dramatica, as a means to mock and infuriate the National Rifle Association, created a game demo called "Bullet to the Head of the NRA."

Comedy Central's Jon Stewart calls out gun control opponents

On last night's The Daily Show, comedian Jon Stewart went serious to attack opponents of gun control and stressed the importance of debating this issue to help keep Americans safe.

GOP Pollster on the NRA: It isn't listening to public opinion

Frank Luntz, a GOP pollster and top strategist, said that the National Rifle Association (NRA) isn't listening to public opinion. This is in respect by the solution given out by NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre.

After the NRA press conference, leaders stick to their guns

When on shows such as NBC's "Meet the Press," ABC's "This Week," and CBS' "Face the Nation," NRA leaders "stuck to their guns" and stood firm in support for armed guards and in opposition for more gun control laws.

Gamer TriForce Johnson to NRA's Wayne LaPierre: 'This means war'

The gamer community is pushing back against the comment made by NRA's Wayne LaPierre in regards that video games are to blame for Sandy Hook. Isaiah "TriForce" Johnson, a high-profile figure in the video game community and industry, is pushing back.

Fallout of the NRA's press conference continues increasing

After NRA vice-president and CEO Wayne LaPierre talked about armed guards at every school being the solution and blaming video games, the group has been receiving more negative publicity. It does bring up talks about increased security at schools.

NRA suggests armed police at schools, blames movies and music

Washington - One week after the Newtown massacre, National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre suggested placing armed guards at every school in the U.S. saying, "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun."

Protestor at NRA conference: 'NRA killing our kids' (Video)

A protester was forced out of NRA's press conference Friday morning on last week's Newtown shooting rampage after yelling the "NRA killing our kids!"
 

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