Richard Feldman

Independent Firearm Owners Association

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President of the Independent Firearm Owners Association and author of Ricochet: Confessions of a Gun Lobbyist; former lobbyist for the National Rifle Association

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The Tragic Mathematics of Gun Violence

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George Zimmerman is hardly the only American who owns a gun, and gun sales increase with every high profile shooting.

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The President today signed 23 executive orders and asked Congress for additional gun control measures—with an appeal to the public.

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The President today signed 23 executive orders and asked Congress for additional gun control measures—with an appeal to the public.

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