If they make a decision to save their lives in the split second they are being attacked, the law is on their sideNew laws expand definition of self-defense Aug 07, 2006
The victories we have delivered have been costly, cutting deeply into the NRA's budgetsNRA: long on bullets, short on bucks Dec 21, 2003
This is a sad day for the Constitution, but the 4 million members of the NRA will continue to be heard. That I can promiseSoft-money ban sponsors hail court ruling Dec 10, 2003
Either it was deliberate of there was a complete lack of understanding of the entire issue as it relates to the legislation in CongressNRA disputes assault weapons demonstration May 21, 2003
The government has completely abdicated its obligation to protect those people down there, those ranchersNRA chief: They need guns on the border Apr 27, 2011
Wayne LaPierre (born November 8, 1948), is an American author and Second Amendment advocate. He is best known for his position as the Executive Vice President of the National Rifle Association.
LaPierre graduated from Patrick Henry High School in Roanoke, VA in 1967. He received his BA in Education from Siena College in Loudonville, NY and his MA in government from Boston College. He has been a government activist and lobbyist ever since finishing his MA, including positions on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Political Consultants, the American Conservative Union, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
Since 1991, he has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Rifle Association, the largest American gun rights organization. LaPierre joined the NRA in 1977 after working as a legislative aide to a Democratic Virginia Delegate Vic Thomas.