Wayne LaPierre has an editorial on Opposing Views:
Brady gave California its best grade, for having the most gun control, even though Californiaâ€™s murder and total violent crime rates are 10 percent and 13 percent higher, respectively, than the rates for the rest of the country.
Utah got Bradyâ€™s lowest grade because it has the fewest gun control laws, a fact lamented with all the feigned sorrow and indignation that gun control supporters in the Beehive State can muster. Fortunately, every cloud has a silver lining. Though certainly disillusioned with their low standing among the nationâ€™s anti-gun fringe, the good people of Utah can take at least some comfort in the fact that their murder and violent crime rates are 76 percent and 56 percent lower, respectively, than Californiaâ€™s.
Is it our imagination, or are Bradyâ€™s state grades getting worse as the nationâ€™s crime rates go down?
As a matter of side hilarity, if you don’t pick your graphic for the article, Opposing Views staff will do it for you. In this case they picked an NRA logo, but it’s not the right NRA. Dave Hardy told a story once of how both NRAs once shared the same building, which created quite a bit of confusion for the mail, with the National Recovery Administration getting packets full of targets people had mailed in. More than 60 years later, with the National Recovery Administration thankfully part of the past, people are still getting them confused. Of course, today there is still another NRA, but it has nothing to do with economic recovery. Of course, neither did the old other NRA :)
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Yet another NRA. IIRC, they have shared board members and/or other overlapping characteristics despite serving completely different subjects.
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