Since the NRA was founded almost 150 years ago, our adversaries have repeatedly tried to take us down. Today is no different. A recent burst of media claims the NRA is vulnerable, financially unstable, and weakened in its fight to defend the Second Amendment. Obviously intent on not letting the facts get in the way of a good story, most reports offer a distorted and inaccurate view of the NRA. As officers and past presidents of the NRA, we write today to set the record straight.
Dana Loesch, the conservative leader, online pioneer and nationally syndicated radio host, will serve as a major national spokesperson for the National Rifle Association.
The five million members of the National Rifle Association of America today mourn the loss of former NRA board member Joaquin Jackson, as NRA executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre paid tribute to the legendary Texas Ranger and Second Amendment advocate.
The NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum rallies the troops and reaffirms its commitment as the financial backbone needed to win America's culture war on hunting.
American Eagle silver bullion coins packaged with special labels featuring the facsimile signature of NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre are being sold to raise funds for the NRA’s work to defend the Second Amendment.
I enjoy the ties that bind when it comes to the NRA and SCI's work in the hunting and wildlife conservation arena.
Wayne LaPierre accepted the ice bucket challenge and has now passed the challenge along to Karl Malone, NASCAR driver Austin Dillon and Lt. Col. Oliver North.