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The NRA and the Redskins

This is kinda funny since the NRA’s involvement in Parker/Heller has been rather, err, minimal:

If it’s October, then it’s time again for the annual spectacle of the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation cozying up to the organization leading the charge to overturn the District of Columbia’s gun laws: the National Rifle Association. On Oct. 16, the Redskins’ foundation will hold its third annual Redskins Sporting Clays Challenge sponsored by NRA Sports. Since 2005, the Redskins have held the event — despite organized protests by D.C. youth, negative media coverage and the event’s obvious conflict with the stated goal of the foundation to “make a positive and measurable impact on youth in the greater Washington, D.C. region,” including their “health and wellness.”

Yes, because the shooting sports do not contribute to a positive and measurable impact on youth.

2 Responses to “The NRA and the Redskins”

  1. Kevin Baker Says:

    And they still haven’t figured out that the NRA isn’t “leading the charge” in overturning D.C.’s gun ban. Alan Gura had to FIGHT the NRA over the case.

    But the NRA is the boogeyman to the MSM, so they must be the ones at fault.

  2. straightarrow Says:

    “…….the NRA’s involvement in Parker/Heller has been rather, err, minimal:”

    Ironic isnt’ it? Considering the NRA tried to scuttle the entire suit and for tactical purposes was on the side of the gunbanners.

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