Desperately seeking relevance, the Brady Bunch has even launched an anti-NRA website which attempts to bash NRA as "blacklisters" for merely documenting the gun-ban advocacy of such "mainstream" American "luminaries" as Alec Baldwin, Michael Moore, and, lest we forget, Moon and Dweezil Zappa.
Duplicitous ads and imaginary "blacklists?" That’s some story.
Alternatively, to demonstrate the broad base of support for NRA and its legislative agenda, we have launched an NRA "Good Guys" List website. It’s a list of law-abiding Americans who support freedom of speech and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. We encourage you to stand up and be counted by adding your name to our "Good Guys" list. You don’t have to be an NRA member to join the list; you just have to believe in freedom. To visit the site and add your name to the list, please go to www.NRAHQ.org/goodguys.asp.
For a list of organizations, celebrities and national figures supporting anti-gun causes see NRA-ILA`s National Organizations With Anti-Gun Policies.