MEDIA/POLITICS/GUNS addendum: "The Changing Politics of Guns"

From: Brian D Williams (
Date: Mon Aug 13 2001 - 12:17:10 MDT

> "The Changing Politics of Guns"
> Democrats back off on firearms

>An interesting article on the front page of todays "USA Today"

>According to the article the NRA is now considered the nations
>most powerfull lobby, surpassing the AARP.

>The rest of the article is your basic extremocrat tabloid anti-gun

>Extropian Angle? Grassroots organizations can be effective.

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