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Ronin Colman is a businessman in the Republic of Texas.
NRA "Extremism"—down but not out. A year ago the National Rifle Association's internal politics, by tradition kept out of the public spotlight, erupted into the mainstream press.
During President Clinton's November 9, 1994, news conference, the White House press core dropped its usual pose of "objective, tough reporting" and adopted more of a "what's next, boss?" bleat.
Following the passage of the national gun ban wrapped in pork, Representatives Gingrich and Gephardt congratulated each other for their bipartisan cooperation and remarked how much they looked forward to working together on the nationalization of health care.
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