The president of the National Rifle Association (NRA) says that the Second Amendment was designed to protect the right to own muskets and the AR-15 military-style assault rifle — like the one used to slaughter 20 children in Newtown — is just “the musket of today.”
“This nation was founded as a result of the fact that people – citizens – who had a musket above the fireplace grabbed the gun when an emergency confronted them,” NRA President David Keene told Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme...Read Full Story
NRA President David Keene talks with Denver Post Editor Greg Moore
Denver Post editor Gregory L. Moore interviews National Rifle Association President David Keene in his office of The Denver Post newsroom on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. Moore talked with Keene about the NRA’s response to the Newtown, Conn., shootings and the Aurora theater shootings and why they delayed an official response for the first several days.
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