A teacher in California reportedly kicked a student out of his history class for wearing a T-shirt advertising the National Rifle Association.
NRA TV host Colion Noir hit back at a HuffPost contributor who wrote on Twitter that she was "confused" about seeing an "affluent black man driving a BMW" with pro-NRA and Tea Party bumper stickers.
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Tucker Carlson got into a fiery debate with a U.S. House candidate in New Mexico who aired an advertisement in which he said "f--- the NRA," as Carlson asked the candidate whether he actually knew gun control policy or the organization itself.
The high school senior who organized a nationwide school walkout in support of the Second Amendment said he is more concerned with protecting the rights of individuals than targeting weapons themselves.
President Donald Trump spoke Friday at the annual convention of the National Rifle Association (NRA) in Dallas, Texas.
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery said on "Outnumbered" Friday that many gun owners feel "unfairly demonized" after February's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) cut its ties with Wells Fargo after the financial services giant refused to end its relationship with the NRA and other firearm manufacturers.
A Tennessee college senior is going viral and getting some criticism after posing for a graduation photo in which she stares off-camera while lifting her "Women for Trump" T-shirt to expose a handgun in her waistband.
The president of a nationwide teachers union demanded that financial services giant Wells Fargo cut all ties with the National Rifle Association and firearm manufacturers or lose her organization as a client, the Washington Times reported.
Tucker Carlson said the mainstream media appears to recite a similar "script" in the wake of mass shooting events.
Jesse Watters blasted actor Michael Ian Black for a series of incendiary tweets directed at the National Rifle Association in the wake of the YouTube headquarters shooting.