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In addition to our own research Second Amendment Check has decided it is worth sharing the work of others.  Therefore, we are sharing the NRA-ILA’s lists of:

“Anti-Gun National Organizations”

“Anti-Gun Corporations/Corporate”

“Anti-Gun Publication and Media Outlets”

“Anti-Gun Individuals & Celebrities”

At Second Amendment Check we always attempt to source our material in our quest to provide objective and credible information.  Again, these lists have been compiled by the NRA-ILA, whom we recognize as a credible source of information.  Having said that, the exact criteria for making it onto the list are unclear, and the claims of being “Anti-Gun” have not been independently verified or validated by Second Amendment Check.

Also, after having had these lists published on their public website for many months, they have been removed after receiving some recent attention in the alternative media.  As noted in the Feb 11, 2013 update in this this Huffington Post article, the NRA-ILA has quietly removed the list from their website, but it can still be found in a web archive from January.  The reason for the removal of this list is not yet known.  Speculation suggests that the NRA ILA didn’t want to call unwanted attention to itself, or perhaps that it is reassessing or updating that list.  Second Amendment Check will attempt to get to the bottom of this mysterious disappearance.

NRA ILA List of Anti’s:


The following organizations have lent monetary, grassroots or some other type of direct support to anti-gun organizations. In many instances, these organizations lent their name in support of specific campaigns to pass anti-gun legislation such as the March 1995 HCI “Campaign to Protect Sane Gun Laws.” Many of these organizations were listed as “Campaign Partners,” for having pledged to fight any efforts to repeal the Brady Act and the Clinton “assault weapons” ban. All have officially endorsed anti-gun positions.

Ambulatory Pediatric Association
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Civil Liberties Union
American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing
American Medical Women’s Association
American Medical Student Association
American Medical Association
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
American Trauma Society
American Federation of Teachers
American Association of School Administrators
American Alliance for Rights and Responsibilities
American Medical Association
American Bar Association
American Counseling Association
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Association for World Health
American Ethical Union
American Nurses Association
American Association of Neurological Surgeons
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
American Firearms Association
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
American Jewish Committee
American Trauma Society
American Psychological Association
American Jewish Congress
American Public Health Association
Americans for Democratic Action
Anti-Defamation League
Black Mental Health Alliance
B’nai B’rith
Central Conference of American Rabbis
Children’s Defense Fund
Church of the Brethren
Coalition for Peace Action
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
College Democrats of America
Committee for the Study of Handgun Misuse & World Peace
Common Cause
Congress of National Black Churches, Inc.
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Consumer Federation of America
Council of the Great City Schools
Council of Chief State School Officers
Dehere Foundation
Disarm Educational Fund
Environmental Action Foundation
Episcopal Church-Washington Office
Florence and John Shumann Foundation
Friends Committee on National Legislation
General Federation of Women’s Clubs
George Gund Fun
Gray Panthers
H.M. Strong Foundation
Harris Foundation
Hechinger Foundation
Interfaith Neighbors
Int’l Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union
Int’l Association of Educators for World Peace
Jewish Labor Committee
Joyce Foundation
Lauder Foundation
Lawrence Foundation
League of Women Voters of the United States*
Lutheran Office for Governmental Affairs, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Manhattan Project II
Mennonite Central Committee-Washington Office
National Safe Kids Campaign
National Association of Police Organizations
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Black Nurses’ Association
National Association of Chain Drug Stores
National Network for Youth
National Assembly of National Voluntary Health & Social Welfare Organizations
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Association of School Psychologists
National Association of Counties*
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners
National Association of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officers
National Education Association
National Association of Elementary School Principals*
National Association of Public Hospitals
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of Social Workers
National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions
National Association of School Psychologists
National Council of La Raza
National Center to Rehabilitate Violent Youth
National Commission for Economic Conversion & Disarmament
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA
National Council of Negro Women
National Association of Community Health Centers
National People’s Action
National Education Association*
National League of Cities
National Council on Family Relations
National Council of Jewish Women
National Organization for Women
National Political Congress of Black Women
National Parks and Conservation Association
National Peace Foundation
National Urban League, Inc.
National Parent, Teachers Association*
National Urban Coalition
National SAFE KIDS Campaign
National Organization on Disability
National Spinal Cord Injury Association
NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
Ortenberg Foundation
Peace Action
People for the American Way
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Police Foundation
Project on Demilitarization and Democracy
Public Citizen
Society of Critical Care Medicine
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
The Council of the Great City Schools
The Synergetic Society
20/20 Vision
U.S. Catholic Conference, Dept. of Social Development
Union of American Hebrew Congregations
Unitarian Universalist Association
United States Catholic Conference
United Methodist Church, General Board & Church Society
United Church of Christ, Office for Church in Society*
United States Conference of Mayors
War and Peace Foundation
Women Strike for Peace
Women’s National Democratic Club
Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND)
Women’s Int’l League for Peace and Freedom
World Spiritual Assembly, Inc.
YWCA of the U.S.A.

*The national organization only endorses federal legislation.



The following listing includes the most prominent national corporations that have lent their corporate support to gun control initiatives or taken position supporting gun control.

A & M Records
Al Cafaro, Chrm. & CEO
595 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10022
(212) 826-0477
Record Production, Entertainment

American Century Companies

James E. Stowers, CEO
4500 Main St., 4th Floor
Kansas City, MO 64111
(816) 531-5575
Mutual Fund & Stock Investment Company on NYSE

American Multi Cinemas Entertainment, Inc.

Stanley H. Durwood, Co-Chairman, CEO Peter C. Brown, President, CFO
106 West 14th Street, #1700
Kansas City, MO 64141
(816) 221-4000
Movie Theater Company

Argosy Casino

H. Steven Norton, President, CEO
777 N.W. Argosy Parkway
Riverside, MO 64150
(816) 746-7711
Gambling Casino Company

Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc.

Bennett R. Cohen Chrm. & CEO
Rte. 100, Box 240
Waterbury, VT 05676
(802) 244-5641
Ice cream and frozen yogurt

BJC Health Systems

Fred L. Brown, President & CEO
4444 Forest Park Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 747-9322
Healthcare Company

Blue Cross Blue Shield – Kansas City
John P. Mascotte, President
P.O. Box 419169
Kansas City, MO 64141
(816) 395-2222
Healthcare Company

Brooks Investments-Robert Brooks
Robert Brooks
45 Chesterfield Lakes Road
Chesterfield, MO 63005
Investment Company

Carter Hawley Hale Stores, Inc.
Philip M. Hawley, Chrm. & CEO
444 South Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
(213) 620-0150
Retail clothing and accessories stores

Crown Central Petroleum Corp.
Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr.
One North Central Street Box 1168
Baltimore, MD 21203
(301) 539-7400
Refiners and marketers of petroleum products, convenience stores

Development Specialists – Chicago
70 W. Madison Street, #2300
Chicago, IL 60602
(312) 263-4141

Earthgrains – St. Louis
8400 Maryland Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63105
(314) 259-7000
National Bread Company

General American – St. Louis
Richard A. Liddy, CEO
P.O. Box 396
St. Louis, MO 63166
(314) 843-8700
Life Insurance

Hallmark Cards

Irvine O. Hockaday, President & CEO
P.O. Box 418307
Kansas City, MO 64141
(816) 274-5111
Greeting Card Company

Health Midwest
2316 East Meyer Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64132
(816) 751-3000
National Healthcare Company

ICN Biomedicals
Adam Jerney, Chrm. & CEO
3300 Hyland Avenue
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(714) 545-0113
Pharmaceutical products

James B. Nutter Co. – Kansas City
James B. Nutter
4153 Broadway
Kansas City, MO 64111
(816) 531-2345
Investment Banker

Kansas City Chiefs
One Arrowhead Drive
Kansas City, MO 64129
(816) 924-9300
Pro Football Team

Kansas City Royals
David Glass, CEO
P.O. Box 419969
Kansas City, MO 64141
(816) 921-8000
Pro Baseball Team

Kenneth Cole

152 W. 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
(800) 536-2653
Clothing retailer

Lamar Advertising Company
Lamar Outdoor Advertising
5551 Corporate Boulevard, Suite 2-A
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
P. O. Box 66338
Baton Rouge, LA 70896
(225) 926-1000
Fax (225) 926-1005

Levi Strauss & Co.
Robert D. Haas, Chairman
Philip Marineau, CEO
Peter A. Jacobi, President and COO
1155 Battery St.
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 501-6000
FAX (415) 501-3939

Mallinckrodt, Inc. – St. Louis
C. Ray Holman, President & CEO
675 McDonnell Blvd, Box 5840
St. Louis, MO 63134
(314) 654-2000
Clothing Starch Company

Michael Douglas Foundation
3550 Wilshire
Los Angele, CA 90010

MNC Financial, Inc.
Ten Light Street Box 987
Baltimore, MD 21203
(301) 244-5000
Banking, financial services

Sara Lee Corporation
Sara Lee Foundation
Three First National Plaza
Chicago, IL 60602-4260
Phone: 312-726-2600
Fax: 312-726-3712

Silver Dollar City

Peter Herschend
One Corporate Drive
Branson, MO 65616
800 475-9370
Amusement Parks

Site Oil Company – St. Louis

Alvin J. Siteman, President
50 S. Bemiston
St. Louis, MO 63105
(314) 725-4321
Oil Company

Southland Corporation

Masatoshi Ito, Chrm.
2711 North Haskell Avenue
Dallas, TX 75221
Convenience stores

Southwestern Bell Telephone- St. Louis

One Bell Center
St. Louis, MO 63101
(314) 235-9800
Telecommunications Firm

Sport & Health, Inc.

Don Konz, CEO
1800 Old Meadow Rd.
McLean, Virginia 22102
(703) 556-6556
Health clubs and fitness centers

Sprint Corp PAC

William T. Esrey, Chrm., Pres. & CEO 2330 Shawnee Mission Parkway
Westwood, KS 66205
913 624-3000
Telecommunicaitons Firm

SSM Health System – St. Louis

477 N. Lindbergh
St. Louis, MO 63141
(314) 994-7800
Healthcare Company

St. Louis Rams
One Rams Way
Earth City, MO 63045
(314) 982-7267
Pro Football Team

St. Louis University
Rev. Lawrence Biondi, President
221 N. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 977-2222
Private Catholic University

Stoneyfield Farms Yogurt

Mr. Gary Hirshberg, CEO
10 Burton Drive
Londonderry, NH 03053
(603) 437-7594

Sverdrup Corp.

Richard E. Beumer,
Chairman & CEO
13723 Riverport Drive
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 436-7600
Engineering Firm

Time Warner Inc.

Gerald M. Levin, Chrm. & CEO
75 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10019
(212) 364-8300
Publishing, film and music recordings

TMP Worldwide/Monster.Com

Andrew McKelvey, CEO
1633 Broadway, 33rd Fl.
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-977-4200
Fax: 212-956-2142
online employment service

Unity Health – St. Louis

1650 Des Peres Road #301
St. Louis, MO 63131
(314) 909-3300
Healthcare Company

Working Assets

Peter Barnes, Founder
701 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California 94111
(415) 788-0777


The following publications and media outlets have assisted in the attack on Second Amendment rights. The editorial policies of some of the media sources listed portray firearms in a negative manner in an attempt to generate public support for restrictions on firearms ownership. Others have refused some or all of NRA’s advertisements.
Capital Cities/ABC
Television Network
77 W. 66th Street
New York, NY 10023-6298
(212) 456-7777

Bell Atlantic-D.C.

2055 L Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
(202) 392-9900

Blue Chip Stamps

15801 S. Eastern Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90040
(213) 720-4600

The Christian Publishing Society

The Christian Science Monitor
One Norway Street
Boston, MA 02115
(508) 586-6200

Columbia Broadcasting Service

CBS Television Network
51 W. 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
(212) 975-4321

Corporation For Public Broadcasting/ PBS Television

1320 Braddock Place
Alexandria, VA 22314-1698
(703) 739-5000
(703) 739-0775 – Fax

Cox Newspapers

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Credibank Towers, Suite 400
2800 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 576-7678

Gannett News Service

USA Today
1000 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22229
(703) 276-5806

Johnson Publishing Company, Inc.

Ebony Magazine
820 S. Michigan avenue
Chicago, IL 60605-2190
(312) 322-9250

Knight-Ridder Newspapers

Detroit Free-Press
321 W. LaFayette Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48231
(313) 222-6400

Miami Herald

One Herald Plaza
Miami, FL 33132-1683
(305) 350-2111

Los Angeles Times

Times Mirror Square
Los Angeles, California 90053
(213) 237-4511
(213) 237-7679 – Fax

McCall’s Magazine

110 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10017-5603
(212) 463-1000

Motorcycle Cruiser Magazine

Emap PLC
6420 Wilshire Blvd., Floor 17
Los Angeles, California 90048
(323) 782-2000

National Broadcasting Company

NBC Television Network
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10112
(212) 664-4444

Newsweek, Inc.

Newsweek Magazine
444 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10022-6999
(212) 350-4000

Rolling Stone Magazine

Jann Wenner, Chrm. & CEO
745 5th, Avenue
New York, NY 10151
(212) 758-3800

The New York Times Corporation

The New York Times
229 W. 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
(212) 556-1234

Time Magazine

Time & Life Building
Rockefeller Center
New York, NY 10020
(212) 522-1212

Times-Mirror Corporation

The Los Angeles Times
Times Mirror Square
Los Angeles, CA 90053
(213) 237-3000

The Baltimore Sun

501 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21278
(301) 332-6300

The Tribune Company

Chicago Tribune
435 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 227-3000

Washington Post

1150 15th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20071
(202) 334-6000


The following celebrities and national figures have lent their name and notoriety to anti-gun causes, speaking out for anti-gun legislation and providing a voice for anti-gun organizations.  You can add to this anyone who appeared on the “Demand a Plan” anti-gun video telling everyone to demand gun control, most of them appear to be listed at the bottom.  Also add CANADIAN Jim Carrey for stupid his anti-gun video.


Jessica Alba – Actor
Krista Allen – Actor
Suzy Amis – Actor
Louis Anderson – Comedian
Richard Dean Anderson – Actor
Maya Angelou – Poet
David Arquette – Actor
Ed Asner – Actor
Alec Baldwin – Actor
Bob Barker – TV Personality
Carol Bayer Sager – Composer
Drew Barrymore – Actor
Kevin Bacon – Actor
Lauren Bacall – Actor*
Sarah Ban Breathnach – Writer
William Baldwin – Actor
Candice Bergen – Actor
Richard Belzer – Actor
Tony Bennett – Singer
Beyonce – Singer
Jon Bon Jovi – Singer
Peter Bogdonovich – Director
Peter Bonerz – Actor
Albert Brooks – Actor
Beau Bridges – Actor
Benjamin Bratt – Actor
Bonnie Bruckheimer – Movie Producer
Christie Brinkley – Model
Dr. Joyce Brothers – Psychologist/Author
James Brolin – Actor
James Brooks – TV Producer
Mel Brooks – Actor/Director
Betty Buckley – Actor
Ellen Burstyn – Actor
Steve Buscemi – Actor
David Canary – Actor
Kate Capshaw – Actor
Kim Cattrall – Actor
Josh Charles – Actor
Robert Chartloff – Producer
Stockard Channing – Actor
Terri Clark – Singer
George Clooney – Actor
Jennifer Connelly – Actor
Judy Collins – Singer
Kevin Costner – Actor
Sean Connery – Actor
Sheryl Crow – Singer
Billy Crystal – Actor
Julie Cypher – Director
Arlene Dahl – Actor
Clive Davis – Writer
Linda Dano – Actor
Matt Damon – Actor
Pam Dawber – Actor
Patrika Darbo – Actor
Stuart Damon – Actor
Ellen Degeneres – Actor
Gavin de Becker – Writer
Rebecca DeMornay – Actor
Danny DeVito – Actor
Michael Douglas – Actor
Phil Donahue – Talk Show Host
Richard Donner – Director
Fran Drescher – Actor
Richard Dreyfus – Actor
David Duchovny – Actor
Sandy Duncan – Actor
Christine Ebersole – Actor
Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds – Singer
Missy Elliott – Singer
Gloria Estefan – Singer
Melissa Etheridge – Singer
Mia Farrow – Actor
Mike Farrell – Actor
Carrie Fisher – Actor
Sally Field – Actor
Doug Flutie – NFL player
Fannie Flagg – Actor
Jane Fonda – Actor
Jodie Foster – Actor
Rick Fox – NBA Player
Andy Garcia – Actor
Art Garfunkel – Singer
Geraldo – TV personality
Richard Gere – Actor
Kathie Lee Gifford – TV personality
Paul Glaser – TV director
Brad Gooch – Writer
Elliott Gould – Actor
Louis Gossett, Jr. – Actor
Michael Gross – Actor
Nancy Lee Grahn – Actor
Bryant Gumbel – TV Personality
Deidra Hall – Actor
Ethan Hawke – Actor
Mariette Hartley – Actor
Mark Harmon – Actor
Anne Heche – Actor
Howard Hesseman – Actor
Marilu Henner – Actor
Dustin Hoffman – Actor
Hal Holbrook – Actor*
Helen Hunt – Actor
Francesca James – TV Producer
Norman Jewison – Director
Lainie Kazan – Actor
Richard Karn – Actor
Jeffrey Katzenberg – Producer
Barry Kemp – TV Producer
David E. Kelley – TV Producer
Diane Keaton – Actor
Margaret Kemp – Interior Designer
Chaka Khan – Singer

Stephen King – Author (Added by 2ACheck)
Kevin Kline – Actor
Michael E. Knight – Actor
Jonathan Kozol – Writer
Lenny Kravits – Singer
Lisa Kudrow – Actor
Wally Kurth – Actor
Christine Lahti – Actor
k.d. lang – Singer
Ricki Lake – TV personality
Denis Leary – Actor
John Leguizamo – Actor
Norman Lear – TV Producer
Spike Lee – Director
Hal Linden – Actor
Tara Lipinski – Former Olympian
Keyshawn Johnson – NFL player
Rob Lowe – Actor
Amanda Marshall – Singer
Barry Manilow – Singer
Camryn Manheim – Actor
Howie Mandel – Actor
Kyle MacLachlan – Actor
Madonna – Singer
Marla Maples – Actor
Marsha Mason – Actor*
Mase – Singer
Penny Marshall – Director
Prema Mathai-Davis – YWCA Official
John McDaniel – Musician
John McEnroe – Athlete
Brian McKnight – Musician
Natalie Merchant – Singer
Bette Midler – Singer
Mary Tyler Moore – Actor
Michael Moore – Film Maker
Mike Myers – Actor
Kathy Najimy – Actor
Jack Nicholson – Actor
Leonard Nimoy – Actor
Mike Nichols – Director
Stephen Nichols – Actor
Rosie O’Donnell – Actor/Talk Show Host
Jennifer O’Neill – Actor
Julia Ormond – Actor
Jane Pauley – TV Personality
Sarah Jessica Parker – Actor
Mandy Patinkin – Actor
Richard North Patterson – Writer
Rhea Perlman – Actor
Michelle Pfieffer – Actor
Aidan Quinn – Actor
Colin Quinn – Actor
Dennis Quaid – Actor
Elizabeth Bracco Quinn – Actor
Bonnie Raitt – Singer
Debbie Reynolds – Actor
Mary Lou Retton – Former Olympian
Paul Reiser – Actor
Peter Reckell – Actor
Rob Reiner – Actor/Director
Robert Redford – Actor/Director
Anne Rice – Writer
Cathy Rigby – Actor
Julia Roberts – Actor
Marc Rosen – TV Producer
Tim Robbins – Actor
Tim Roth – Actor
Renee Russo – Actor
Robin Ruzan – Wife of Mike Myers
Meg Ryan – Actor
Susan Sarandon – Actor
Jerry Seinfeld – Actor
Kyra Sedgwick – Actor
Martin Sheen – Actor
Russell Simmons – Record Producer
Neil Simon – Playwright*
Louise Sorel – Actor
Mira Sorvino – Actor
Rena Sofer – Actor
Britney Spears – Singer
Bruce Springsteen – Singer
Kevin Spirtas – Actor
Barbra Streisand – Singer
David Steinberg – Director
Sylvester Stallone – Actor
Harry Dean Stanton – Actor
Meryl Streep – Actor
Patrick Stewart – Actor
Sharon Stone – Actor
Sting – Singer
Trudie Styler – Actor
Jonathan Taylor Thomas – Actor
The Temptations – Pop Group
Vinny Testaverde – NFL player
Marlo Thomas – Actor*
Uma Thurman – Actor
Steve Tisch – Producer
Mike Torrez – Former Baseball player
Shania Twain – Singer
Dick Van Dyke – Actoe
Eli Wallach – Actor*
Harvey Weinstein – Producer
Jann Wenner – Publisher
Sigourney Weaver – Actor
Victor Webster – Actor
Andy Williams – Singer*
Kelli Williams – Actor
Henry Winkler – Actor
Oprah Winfrey – Entertainer
Rita Wilson – Actor
Vanessa Williams – Singer
Herman Wouk – Author
Joanne Woodward – Actor*
Peter Yarrow – Singer
Catherine Zeta-Jones – Actor
Ahmet Zappa -Actor
Diva Zappa -Actor
Dweezil Zappa – Musician
Gail Zappa -
Moon Zappa -Actor
Jennifer Aniston – Actor
Elizabeth Banks – Actor
Jason Bateman – Actor
Kristen Bell—Actor
Steve Carrell – Actor
Courtney Cox – Actor
Ellen DeGeneres – Actor
Zooey Deschanel – Actor
Cameron Diaz – Actor
Peter Dinklage – Actor
Will Ferrell – Actor
Jamie Fox – Actor
Jennifer Garner – Actor
Selena Gomez – Actor
Carla Gugino – Actor
Jon Hamm – Actor
Kate Hudson – Actor
John Legend – Actor
Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Actor
Debra Messing – Actor
Julianne Moore – Actor
Julianne Moore – Actor
Conan O’Brien – Actor
Gwyneth Paltrow – Actor
Busy Phillips – Actor
Amy Poller – Actor
Jeremy Renner – Actor
Chris Rock – Actor
Paul Rudd – Actor
Mark Ruffalo – Actor
Brooke Shields – Actor
Sarah Silverman – Actor
John Slattery – Actor
Michelle Williams – Actor
Reese Witherspoon – Actor
* Denotes membership on Brady Campaign’s National Committee


Joel J. Alpert M.D. – Pediatrician
Robert Bernstein Ph.D – Pediatrician
Robert E. Brennan – Financier
Bishop Edmond Browning – Espiscopal Leader
James E. Carter – Former President
Marion Wright Edelman – Director, Childrens Defense Fund
Michael Eisner, Former Chairman and CEO The Walt Disney Company
Amitai Etzioni – Teacher
Tom Freston – MTV President
Dr. Lorraine E. Hale – Social Worker
Della M. Hughes – Activist
Ed Koch – Former Politician
C. Everett Koop – Former Surgeon General
Rev. Wallace Ryan Kuroiwa – Clergyman
Gerald M. Levin – Chairman, Time Warner
Davis S. Liederman – Ex. Dir. Child Welfare League
Paul Rabbi Menitaff – Clergyman
Abner Mikva – Former Judge
Richard Parsons – Pres. Time Warner
Steven Rockefeller – Financier
Ellen Y. Rosenberg – Activist
Rabbi David Saperstein – Clergyman
Herb Scannell – Pres. Nickelodeon
Vincent Schiraldi – Dir. Justice Policy Institute
Lyle Elmer Strom – Federal Judge
Joe Volk – Clergyman
Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie – Clergyman


Steve Benson – Cartoonist
Tony Auth – Cartoonist
Jim Borgman – Cartoonist
Jimmy Breslin – Columnist
Stuart Carlson – Cartoonist
Marie Cocco – Columnist
E.J. Dionne Jr. – Columnist
Bonnie Erbe – Columnist
Tom Fiedler – Columnist
Michael Gartner – Columnist
Mark Genrich – Columnist
James Glassman – Editor
Bob Herbert – Columnist
Bill Johnson – Columnist
Donald Kaul – Columnist
Mike Lane – Cartoonist
Leonard Larson – Columnist
Mike Luckovich – Cartoonist
Jimmy Margulies – Cartoonist
Deborah Mathis – Columnist
Colman McCarthy – Columnist
Jim Morin – Cartoonist
Tom Oliphant- Columnist
Mike Peters – Cartoonist
Robert Reno – Columnist
Frank Rich – Columnist
Cindy Richards – Columnist
Kevin Siers- Cartoonist
Ed Stein – Cartoonist
Tom Teepen – Editor
Tim Toles – Cartoonist
Garry Trudeau – Cartoonist
Cynthia Tucker – Columnist
Steve Twomey – Columnist
Steve Villano – Columnist
Adrienne Washington – Columnist
Don Wright – Cartoonist

Compiled by:
NRA Institute for Legislative Action
11250 Waples Mill Road
Fairfax, Virginia 22030


  1. When are NRA members going to discover spell check. Or literacy for that matter.


    • When are you going to go back to you echo chamber?
      (make sure you look up what that term means)
      You are not welcome here, haven’t been for some time it seems.


  2. lets include while in committe , all laws , with out changes, should get reviewed and certified. that ” we the committe certify this law is constitutional and that we have read and understand it ” (under penelty of treasion) before it can be voted out of committy and when the body passes it with out changes, , they also ceritify under penelty of treasion that it passes muster.

    .if the law is found to be unconstitional later its grounds to disqualify them from re election and possably other penelty’s.

    i had thought the oath of office covered this but it seems not to be so.


  3. Only one weapon in history was designed with NO peaceful use. Larry and all other anti-gunners, can you guess what it is? The SWORD, that’s right, all weapons have multi-uses. ALL, there isn’t a firearm made that you can’t hunt, practice, protect your homes and families and yes shoot other people with. Knives, hammers, trowels, baseball bats, crow bars, pens & pencils, ETC……. All of these things and many more, have the job they are meant to do and the ANY other purpose that the holder decides to do with them. The FBI crime stats show many more people are killed and injured with blunt objects than any other weapon. More people are killed in auto accidents than by guns, so lets out law cars, tools, Any thing that can hurt some one. As others have said, it’s not the instrument, it’s the PERSON using it.


  4. Thanks for the list! I know it’s a hate list origianally but it gives me hope that there are still sane and nornal people in this country. Did you build your doomsday shelter already? The world is a dangerous place lilttle men, its time to hide away with your gun collection, violent video games and toothless wives. Pls stay down there. Dont forget to take your behemoth truck with you! Cheers.


  5. All of you gun freaks are small little men who think an inanimate object makes you a real man.


    • Not even going to give you the time of day if you’re immediately going to assume that I’m a “gun freak” instead of having an appreciation for fine firearms and shoot targets. I don’t go starting riots just bc I don’t like a certain speaker at UC Berkeley, nor do I call myself “decent” then go parading down the street in Washington DC wearing a vagina for a hat. Don’t call me a “gun freak” and I won’t call you a “libtard” or a “snowflake.” Fair enough?


    • You may call those of us that enjoy shooting “Gun Freaks” but that only shows your ignorance. Would you call someone a wood freak if they enjoyed carpentry? Probably not. Yet you let the media cast a negative shadow on decent people that clouds your judgement into thinking all people that own guns are bad. I and many others that own guns have not ever nor will ever (unless our lives are in danger) even point a gun at another person, let alone shoot someone.

      I am all for trying to keep guns out of the hands of criminals, but that does not mean that if I want to have a hobby of shooting targets that I should be punished for their actions. If you want to keep that type of thinking then all cars should be banned as well. Drunk drivers kill many people each year… so does that mean no one should be able to drive? No, of course not.

      Open your eyes for a moment and stop trying to label people with your terms like “gun freak” and try to see others as humans that enjoy something that you may not like, but can accept. I do not enjoy yoga, but I surely would not demean anyone that wanted to do it.

      As to your thinking of all of us “gun freaks” being little men that think a gun will make us a real man. That is about the dumbest thing I have heard all day. I am a real man because I contribute to my community, have served my country as a U.S. Marine, and because I am a loving partner to a beautiful woman. NOT beacause I have a gun or because I enjoy shooting them.


    • Only a traitor to this nation and constitution would insult patriots in this manner. And trust us when we say we will pass laws that deem any form of infringement as a felony.

      It is also in our future to call into question the citizenship validation of any american that is anti 2nd amendment… The line in the sand is drawn.. You will not change our constitution.. We will pass laws to get you out of this country traitors!!! The pebble has been dropped in the pond.. The water ripples and great Americans will act and punish treason as our founders did.. Be American or leave!!! Its that simple!!


  6. Third grade thinking.


  7. Blaming guns for killing is like blaming pencils for mispelled words. Such idiots that can’t comprehend that! Maybe we should ban pencils too!


  8. You cant change the mind of or win an argument with a total idiot. Larry your a total idiot


    • I agree. Why discuss any subject with any person who has already decided what is correct. Only a fool tries the same thing over and over expecting a different result.


  9. I’ll read this rant later…not! Ha!


    • lol gotta love a dumb ass child who can’t face his own lack of knowledge or the bravery to admit when he’s wrong.
      Thankfully most people are wiser than you.


  10. Keep dreaming and you can live in your imaginary world where guns = safety. That’s like saying candy bars = weight control, cages = freedom for animals, car exhaust = clean air, drunk driving = safe roads. All of these things obviously diametrically oppose the other.


    • I think everyone can agree you are the delusional one.

      Fear of an inanimate object shows serious mental and sexual immaturity.

      Especially when every scrap of evidence and every non biased study, and studies done in the hope to show the other agenda, ie gun control works, has proven you, and the side wishing to cage and strip civil rights of the people have zero interest in safety.

      Gun control started and still is mostly based in racial disdain.
      Melting point laws, these are in a lot of states, sold to us as something to keep ‘cheaply made junk guns’ from breaking because of safety, the writers of said laws have even spoken openly about their true intent.
      To disarm the poor, and middle class.
      Only reason to disarm a population, is to rule it with little fear of revolution. History has proven that.

      Keeping the power with the ruling powers, exactly what our second amendment was written to stop.
      it was written to keep the power of the people, with the people, not the government, not a handful of politicians, no one but the people, it has been used several times in history on our own soil to stop such abuse of power.

      Please, do some actual research, get off daddy Bloomberg’s lap and read something outside your echo chamber please.

      You have every right to think as you want, but you also have the responsibility to recognize when you are wrong. Like Harvard has,the CDC, the city of chicago, and the Brady campaign,to name a few, they’ve all admitted they are wrong about this topic,
      its time to pony up and realise you are being childish and immature ignoring the real facts.

      If you dont like the way guns are handled in the US you should consider going to somewhere with
      gun control,

      England? Australia? few legally owned firearms. More violent crimes than the US, at a much worse rate. They are also packed with illegal firearms to the brim, they are smuggled in and used quite a lot. Since either has enacted gun control they’ve seen an exponential growth in violent crimes and even crimes committed with firearms.

      France? You havent been watching the news it seems. They want to repeal gun control due to whats happened the last few years.

      Italy? Lots of illegal firearms, and a lot of racism and violent crime. Not that hard to get a gun license any way with corruption like it is.

      China? 30 seconds of the news and you’ll realise its not for you.You -have- to work, the pollution is horrible and they supported hillary, they liked her ideas of government owns everything, and can do as they please as long as they have the power.

      Mexico? Coming back to gun rights, they saw first hand what gun control has done. They want the people to be able to protect themselves from criminals. Vigilantism is becoming quite the hobby.

      Canada? Canada is coming back our way with gun control, bit by bit, they can even guns we cant with less trouble than we would have.
      You also have to have a marketable skill, money in the bank and not be a criminal.

      Czech Republic? They actually have the most similar gun control laws to us. Difference is, they actually enforce them. Resulting in a admittedly not great country, I don’t believe one could call it third world, but its not like germany or england, with less crime than either.

      Do your research, dont bring your weak sauce to the table.
      Not one politician who has suggested gun control actually wants it because its better for you, its better for them. Moments of thinking of the slowest minds could realise that.

      Please, do some actual research, get off daddy Bloomberg’s lap and read something outside your echo chamber please.

      Thank you.


  11. I am a college student and I have the capability to manufacture working handguns and that is something that the government cannot regulate. It would be better for it to be legal to have guns for people to defend themselves than to have criminals who can learn how to use a 3D printer and have free reign over a unarmed populous.


    • A gun is a simple tool, 3D printed guns dont typically last more than a few shots typically because the materials used most oftenly.
      Building a gun for personal use is fantastically legal, it still has some laws to it, and criminals still can’t legally own one, (a firearm homebuilt or otherwise according to the feds, is treated the same, it could be a potato gun, the law still applies to it. No drug users, pot included currently, no one addicted to a controlled substance, Alcoholics included, no one whos a can not otherwise legally own a firearm, mostly violent felons, sex offenders, and some mentally unstable people who have had their info passed to the FBI,)
      We could build machine a very basic bolt action rifle over the course of a six pack, but I couldnt let you touch it finished if I even had a feeling you were a criminal, else that’d make me also a criminal.

      I think home gun building is a very fun and satisfying hobby, that being said.
      most criminals dont have the patience for it, much easier for them to go buy a stolen gun in a back alley, almost no home made guns are used in crimes in the US anyway, a lot are even misrepresented as homemade when they are just crudely modified to a illegal version of the gun.

      As for building a gun from scratch, for your own personal use and education, I suggest trying it.
      Guns made around a stamped steel receiver are typically the easiest and quickest to build, AK’s, G3s, Mp5′s.

      Its very satisfying and a of fun.


  12. You’re more likely to get hurt or killed by someone texting & driving then by someone with a gun


  13. totaly untrue larry ..
    guns save lives every day.
    they are tools just as cars are tools and both save lives every day.

    granted both get abused to give you your opinion.

    . please stop making bad statements that are. just untrue.

    i understand its your opinion, nothing else, and you may use your opinion to decide for you yourself .

    how ever it does not make it a fact that the rest of us have to agree with.


  14. Paul Colapietro

    Good morning everyone. Hello Larry. I see you love avoid me. Do you realize because of a gun/pistols etc modern weapons etc you get to enjoy your freedoms especially your freedom of speech. Thank our military and all the people that gave there lives for this wonderful Free Country. Like you said to me before the Bible thumpers and all the other whiners said there is no way Trump was going to get in. You see how that turned out. I hear a lot of you people saying he is not my president. Than leave…… ohh that right all of the people that said we where going to leave but yet you are still here. Tells me your words mean nothing except hot air. You all have to realize this is the best country to live in. But we still have whiners and is your freedom to whine and complain. It is your right too. I respect that. The Second amendment is here to stay, as is the First amendment and all of our other rights. Thank god for that.


  15. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But thanks for pointing out that we need more gun safety laws directed at handguns too.


    • Blah blah……You truly don’t understand what you read or choose to ignore it


    • Larry, there are more laws on the books about guns than nearly anything else, enjoyed a national park? Thank gun owners. our excise taxes on just firearms pay to keep them maintained.
      Guns save lives more than they cost them, suicide is the most prevalent death related to firearms, over 2/3rd. next is gangs and drugs, which the FBI, ATF, CDC and DOJ all mark on the low side of over 70% and on the high side over 90% of the remainder.
      They all also agree on this as well, as a conservative call, over 2 millions lives are saved from brandishing a firearm, thats not counting the crimes they stop

      More rapes are stopped by a woman packing iron than anything else.
      More property kept in owners hands by a gun being brought to the table than retrieved by the police.

      The most educated people in our country understand that guns are just tools, nothing more, even liberal colleges trying to prove gun control works, had to go back on their theories and have done nothing but show the opposite is true.
      the states with minimal regulations have the lowest crime and the safest residents and citizens, and are often the happiest and most secure feeling.
      states and cities with strict gun control, they dont feel safe, they actually have incredibley higher death rates due to violence, drugs, gangs, and crime.

      And currently more people support gun rights than gun control, you’re the minority here.

      Gun control and regulation is a knee jerk reactions resulting in band aid feel good laws. They’re highly ineffective and often the ones passing the laws are selling and importing illegals arms and selling to people who cant legally be near a gun. They are also often caught carrying illegally, loaded, guns on public flights, in court houses, police stations, banks.

      5 minutes of research outside the echo room some people have created will show you the real statistics and the effects theyve had.
      (my suggestion is start in chicago crime rates, and compare with florida, start around 40-50 years ago and work your way current, then compare against CCWP numbers and see the relation)


  16. Yes, let’s work on all those things AND implement gun safety laws. By the way, other than by law enforcement, almost no lives are saved by firearms. Quite the opposite.


    • Larry, surely you are joking about “almost no lives are saved by firearms” comment.
      You must not do any research. I have done countless hours of real research. And if you would like, I can give you numbers. But I would rather see your numbers and sources.
      So if you would please post them.
      I would love to get into this conversation a little deeper.


    • Larry wrong again. head in the sand to truth. Youve done zero research.


  17. Here it is again

    2nd Amendment….The right of the people!!!
    First, you cannot purchase an assault weapon, an assault weapon has a detachable magazine and a selectable rate of fire ( pull the trigger once and it keeps firing until you let go or you run out of bullets) you cannot purchase this weapon. What they are using is a very scary looking semi- automatic rifle. You have to have a FOID card and pass a background check performed by the state of Illinois. I myself ended up waiting 2 weeks at one point because they thought I was someone else who didn’t pay their child support. I told them I didn’t think I had any children out there that I knew of and still live with and pay for ALL my children’s needs everyday. But you do have a waiting period. You do not need a Gun to take the lives of a lot of people at once ( Bath, Michigan 1927) I use that one a lot.

    I’m going to share something that I’ve done some research on about 6 months ago, please don’t be offended

    These are FBI numbers & rough numbers at a yearly average. 33500 total firearm deaths per year. 19000 suicide by firearm, 41000 total suicides (so most suicides don’t use a firearm) if you want to die you will find a way. So that means you have 14500 firearm deaths remaining. Law enforcement is responsible for around 1,000 per year. There are 16000 homicides per year (including justifiable) of those 16000… a gun is used 10,000 times. of those 16000 homicides, over 11,000 were committed by a felon. In which case they are not to even own a gun. 6000 homicides are committed without a firearm. It has also been proven that a citizen has a better chance of protecting themselves then waiting for the police. There is an average of 3500 fire arm deaths that include accidental (about 1000), justifiable, domestic violence( in which case I believe if your gonna kill your spouse, you’ll find a way). if there are 400,000,000 guns in the US each gun has a 0.0000825 chance of killing someone. It comes down to the person. 318,000,000 people in the US. People are way more dangerous than the gun. If someone wants you dead they will find a way to do it. 6000 homicides are done without a gun. 10000 with. If there was no gun how many would be killed anyway. The truth, probably more than half. Guns are not the problem. You will never reverse the second amendment in this country, period. How about keeping Guns out of the criminals hands…. Never. Do you know how easy it is to build a zip gun. Or use a knife or how about Bath, Michigan. (look that up) Mental issues need to be addressed and our criminal justice system. Take a look at the average time they get for killing someone. Insane. It’s Not the gun. Grow up people use your head. Ps… I don’t care about my spelling or my math. I was typing to fast. (So don’t think you are perfect because you aren’t) And my data came from the FBI. So argue with them. Another thing……How many times has a gun saved someone’s life? Mine? Yes. You will never stop every wrongful shooting.
    I am a gun owner and I am also a father and grandfather and I know what our country’s children should mean to each and everyone of us. They are more important than you or I, and they and many other innocent people are dying everyday. If you lost one of your own, how would you feel? I would like to add this… Every single life is precious and is most important in any discussion, but so are present and future lives, the numbers do not make sense.
    Close to 3000 shooting victims in Chicago in 2015, with one of the strictest gun control laws in the country…..
    It’s not working.

    One more thing
    An assault rifle is a fully automatic selective-fire rifle that uses an intermediate cartridge and a detachable magazine
    In a strict definition, a firearm must have at least the following characteristics to be considered an assault rifle:

    It must be an individual weapon
    It must be capable of selective fire
    It must have an intermediate-power cartridge: more power than a pistol but less than a standard rifle or battle rifle
    Its ammunition must be supplied from a detachable box magazine
    And it should have an effective range of at least 300 metres (330 yards)
    Rifles that meet most of these criteria, but not all, are technically not assault rifles, despite frequently being called such.

    For example:

    Select-fire M2 Carbines are not assault rifles; their effective range is only 200 yards.
    Select-fire rifles such as the FN FAL battle rifle are not assault rifles; they fire full-powered rifle cartridges.
    Semi-automatic-only rifles like variants of the Colt AR-15 are not assault rifles; they do not have select-fire capabilities.
    Semi-auto rifles with fixed magazines like the SKS are not assault rifles; they do not have detachable box magazines and are not capable of automatic fire.
    The U.S. Army defines assault rifles as “short, compact, selective-fire weapons that fire a cartridge intermediate in power between submachine gun and rifle cartridges

    The 9mm handgun kills more people in this country than any other weapon, 10 fold!

    It is not the gun people! So you believe that a piece of metal is the problem?

    Why do police carry them? Think about it!



    So we need to get rid of doctors also?!
    I mean the 43,000 total gun deaths per year pale in comparison to 250,000.
    Do you realize how many lives are saved by a firearm each year? And the 43,000 includes suicides. In which case about half of suicides use a firearm. So if you want to die, you will find a way.
    I’ve posted the numbers here twice. And I can do it again. The argument against guns makes no sense. Fix our judicial system!!!! Use the laws on the books. Crack down on gangs. And repair the mental health system


  19. yes. every time i read some of the supid stuff they say i wish all these ‘foriums had a way i could temperarily avoid seeing some specific persons views and all responces to them even . just to avoid there brand of iritation to see if theres other content . say click here to make this guys stuff all blue and answers to him in red .

    one way to avoid the name calling comments . and endless nonsence back and forth .


  20. I agree (for once) and have shot guns on occasion. I don’t need to own one for that. Guns for hunting and recreation can be checked out on a temporary basis (like an hour inside a shooting range with metal detectors and other controls to prevent the guns from being taken out).



    in an effort to smooth out assorted insults to larry (whom i am not to fond of ) this is a film i think even my pro gun guys could enjoy as well as larry enjoy so take the time to see it it has its funny moments looking at both sides i think.


    • i wont sugar coat things. davida…
      Larry is a socialist idiot…and so is Rob.

      They are focused on the wrong things…guns.
      They should focus on criminals and their behavior.
      Guns in the hands of a law abiding citizen = no problems.
      Guns in the hands of criminals = lots of lawlessness.

      brains in the hands of a person = a conservative constitution loving American
      an empty head in the hands of a person = Larry and his idiotic leftie buddies.


  22. No, not at all necessary to make a big impact. Just guns.


  23. Lovely ignorant head-in-the-sand statement.


  24. If the constitution get’s out of date and is no longer serving the majority of this countries citizens then it is our duty to amend it. Those who don’t like a country that adjusts with the times can leave I suppose.


    • the constitution is timeless and not a living document you moron.
      You are in the minority…so if you dont like the country or constitution….you may leave.


    • So are you packed yet?


    • theres the door. except you need a real amount of funds and a marketable skill to immigrate to nearly every other country, something tells me you have neither.
      your lack of research on the topics you push have shown a lack of common sense and a marketable brain cell.


  25. The 2nd isn’t here to stay and that moron Trump isn’t my president for sure . We in California are staying but won’t recognize his policies and we will defy his dictatorship. We won with gun control on Nov 8th in California with most restrictive laws in US history and will fight against you gun nut cowards


    • lol…..hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
      ummmmm YOUR president Trump will install several conservative Supreme Court justices….assuring that the 2nd amendment will be here long after you have gone the way of the dodo bird….LOL.
      The rest of the country wish California would succeed…

      Your gun control will be overturned by Trumps supreme court….LOL.
      You would not call us cowards if we met out front you moron….Your insults dont bother us either. We are not PC like you idiot Nancy Pelosi lovers….


    • If he is not your president, you are not a US citizen. Papers please.
      If you are a US citizen, of any kind, he is, by law and definition, the president.
      Those gun control laws are being repealed, and my conceal carry permit will soon be valid all over the country.
      He was fairly elected, dictators take power, often with military force, he was given the power by legal voting, he won the majority of the electoral college. That is the end of that.

      You are the one afraid of an inanimate object, you may as well be afraid of a lamp or a toaster.


  26. I say those two things are independent of the gun issue. You can list 10 things, 100 things, 1,000 things, 1,000,000 things and the gun issue will still be there and needs to be dealt with. And it’s so simple.


  27. Those activities are essential practicing to kill. I have no interest in having a gun. I have interest in restricting gun ownership and use by you and others for the betterment of society as a whole.


  28. Exactly. Guns are the only thing on you raise that has no other purpose. Let’s just eliminate them.


  29. do not forget doctor errors , goofs ,mistakes , omissions and use of dangerious drugs (ie long term found side effects after use )


  30. Most if not all ‘mass shootings’ in the US were ended by a good guy with a gun.
    ALL ‘mass shootings’ in the US were in gun free zones. You dont see any mass shootings in places where guns are allowed.
    Most ‘mass shootings’ are committed by liberals.

    those are the facts


  31. Here are the problems with all laws on the books concerning gun control….

    1. They are all unconstitutional. No where in the second amendment does it say anything about type of gun, registration…etc. All laws in conflict with the constitution are null and void.
    2. The definition of criminal: One that does NOT follow the laws that non-criminals follow. Therefore, criminals dont follow gun laws. Therefore, its criminals that are doing the bad things with guns…not law abiding citizens….

    Do you liberal anti gunners see where im going with this….if not, let me know and ill get you some colors so you can follow along.


  32. for all you anti gun idiots…especially the ones that try to compare other countries to the USA…if you like how their anti gun culture is set up….why not go and stay there? If its so much better…why bother us.

    To get rid of guns here in the USA…you just gotta overcome that one little piece of paper….the good old constitution.


  33. Knives are designed to slice things we want to eat and that is almost exclusively what they are used for. Guns re designed to kill and that is all they are used for.


    • Knives were originally designed for self defense you idiot….just like guns.

      Do some research. Then compare and contrast the numbers.

      1. How many people all total are killed in the USA each year by guns?
      2. How many people all total are killed in the USA each year by cars?
      3. How many people all total are killed in the USA each year by tobacco?
      4. How many people all total are killed in the USA each year by drugs/alcohol?

      Now then genius…explain to me why you are so hot after making guns go away…if its only in the interest of saving lives.


    • and one more point to totally blow your theory out of the water….

      First to quote you…”Guns re designed to kill and that is all they are used for.”

      Let me clue you on something you are absolutely ignorant about. More bullets are shot each year to kill a paper target/empty pop or beer can than for all other uses combined.

      Sooooo…that is NOT all they are used for…(to kill).

      If you dont like guns…dont have one. Its that simple. Dont come whining to me when someone is holding you up or raping your daughter though…cause you dont like guns so we wont come take care of your problems for you.


    • your camel jockey ‘immigrant’ in Ohio used his knife to slice people….
      the camel jockey in Nice France used his truck to run over people…

      what say you?


    • let me guess…youre also for or against the following:

      1. FOR Open borders.
      2. AGAINST voter ID
      3. FOR Sanctuary Cities
      4. FOR Abortion
      5. FOR saving our planet from us dirty terrible humans
      6. FOR free college for everyone. The government has lots of money.
      7. FOR minimum wage for everyone. Burger flippers should get more.
      8. AGAINST entrepreneurs getting rich.
      9. FOR Democrats.
      10. AGAINST law abiding constitution following conservatives


  34. it would seem that the 2nd ammendment will be upheld…at least for the next few generations now.
    Trump will appoint the next several Supreme Court picks…

    elections have consequences.
    BOYCOTT the liberal actors…and organizations.


  35. You are so lost in your gun hugging desires that you have completely lost perspective of reality.


    • Your words simply mean that you believe there are good and evil objects. Your ideas are steeped in ignorance and anthropomorphism. You simply use gagging labels rather than discuss issues. The fact that you cannot articulate an idea is evident from your ad hominem nonsense. You are a classical example of the reasons for the failure of your “cause”.


    • hahahahaha….i dont hug my guns idiot. I hug my wife and yours…

      here is a little reality…. Second Amendment is her to stay.


  36. Ha! Cute little answer. I suppose grenades are designed to deliver small pieces of metal to your friends and tanks are designed to provide comfortable transportation and guillotines were designed to thinly slice meat and flame throwers are designed to deliver heat and make a bright light for all to enjoy.

    I think we all know what these five devices were designed to do.


    • Like many who anthropomorphise, as Disney taught them, you attribute volition to inanimate objects. A car is designed to provide transport. Sometimes they bring death. It is the actions of the operator that cause either positive or negative outcomes. Now you will play the silly “need” card. No-one needs guns. OK, non-one needs backyard swimming pools and they kill large numbers of children. They are designed for recreation and are misused by some. You need to accept that people need to take responsibility for their actions. People are the shakers and the movers. Address people and and their will be improvements in society. Like alcohol, there is a “no harm’ dose of firearms. They are not nicotine.

      Flame throwers are used to clear scrub in Canada. They are now illegal in terms of combat use in most countries. Most guillotines are used to cut sheet metal. You really need to keep up with events rather than stroking your pet opinions.

      New Zealand and Canada rationally regulate firearms. It didn’t come to pass by people like you venting silly ideas.


  37. What exactly do you think guns are designed to do if not kill?


    • Firearms are designed to accurately deliver projectiles. Everything else is in the control of the operator.


    • Hmm, a tough question but i’ll try. “How about them being designed for NOT being killed” !


    • Larry…what are knives designed to do? I want your version of the original knives…the beginning of mankind coming out of the dark…what was a knife used for then…or a sharp object like a spear or blade…
      Ill wait right over here….


    • Protect. plain and simple. They are a tool.


  38. Do you not understand that movies are fiction? If the actors actually shot people with guns they would be hypocrites. Playing a terrestrial being on Mars does not make an actor a Martian.


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