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Posted on February 1, 2013
After President Lyndon Johnson signed the Gun Control Act of 1968, many anti-gun politicians looked forward to the day when they could completely ban the sale and ownership of firearms and perhaps even confiscate those already in private hands. After more than four decades, many of today's anti-gun politicians still look forward to the day they can ban and confiscate all firearms. This week, NRA President David Keene wrote an op-ed for CNN on why we fight for our gun rights. To read the article, please click here.
David Keene, NRA President David Keene, Gun Control Act of 1968
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