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NRA President David Keene on the Politics, Funding, and Illogic behind the Anti-Gun Lobby

Posted: February 5, 2013 at 7:45 am   /   by

Daily Caller, run by Ginni Thomas (wife of Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas), is a high-quality conservative website with many fine articles and interviews.

Ms Thomas’ lastest interview is with NRA President David Keene.  This compact, 27-minute video presents clear and compelling thinking regarding all the issues listed below.

 

  • How was the Newtown gun tragedy a crisis this administration took advantage of to manipulate public opinion to grow government and take away personal liberties?
  • Didn’t the Obama administration celebrate private ownership of guns against a repressive government in the Arab Spring? Why should Americans deserve less than the Syrians, Libyans or Egyptians
  • Explain the left’s tendency to blame guns, instead of people, for evil
  • How can one person make a difference on this gun issue?
  • Are boycotts or “buy-cotts” possible in this battle?
  • How do guns save lives?
  • How has the NRA changed through the years due to the rising threat to gun rights?
  • Is the U.S. becoming a nation dependent on its government for personal security?
  • What’s the new face of the concealed weapon holder?
  • How is Mayor Bloomberg and his anti-gun campaign symptomatic of a battle between elites and everyday citizens?
  • What are some back-door threats to gun control?
  • Do government background checks work?
  • Why did the NRA give $5,000 to Democratic Sen. Harry Reid in his election?

David Leeper

David Leeper began writing for WesternFreePress.com in January, 2011. His 40-year career in engineering includes senior- and officer-level management positions at ATT Bell Labs, Bellcore, Motorola, and Intel. Now retired, he lives in Scottsdale, AZ with his wife of 44 years. Both are active in volunteer work and politics. David is a volunteer science teacher at AzScienceLab.com and a reader for the blind on a National Public Radio affiliate. He has written numerous articles for technical journals including Scientific American. He holds 16 patents in telecom technology and a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.