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Bryan Cranston played the main role of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the groundbreaking television series “The Wire.” (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP)
Last year, a woman named Tressie McMillan Cottom wrote a detailed post on her personal blog about her experience with the National Rifle Association and gun ownership. She said she was not alone.
“I don’t really think I’m alone,” she wrote. “It’s pretty popular on the Internet.”
And yet, it seems like an increasingly rare sight for an American to hear gun-rights proponents — who are known for not wanting to use their weapons on anyone — speak in public. And what a difference it makes when they do.
Cottom, a professor at the University of Florida who writes for the National Journal, said she met with gun rights advocates at the Conservative Political Action Conference. And while she said she has not encountered a particular group on the subject of guns in the public eye, she was “pretty sure” some gun advocates would be willing to sit down and talk.
“I could imagine a very interesting conversation to have,” she said.
When asked about gun rights, GOP presidential candidate Scott Walker said Thursday, “I think they have a right to bear arms.” (The Washington Post)
[Scott Walker’s comment about ‘right’ to carry weapons goes viral]
On Wednesday, New Jersey governor Chris Christie told a gathering of the National Rifle Association’s annual convention that his state is not considering taking away people’s gun rights, though he added, “I think you know how many times I’ve said, `If we start a war out of concern for gun rights, then we lose war.'”
Aides to some of the Republican candidates said they were waiting in the wings as the NRA prepared to unveil its 2016 platform, and that the group was