When the election season is over, most people have two or three months to plan for what’s ahead.
But for those who want to make sure they won’t be killed in an act of pure evil, that window closes.
That’s because the gun control movement is a little more complex than that.
The NRA, the gun industry’s main lobby, is a relatively new political organization in the United States.
Its political philosophy is relatively straightforward: protect people from violence by keeping guns out of the hands of those who should be responsible for their actions.
This is a philosophy that has been adopted by virtually every major political party in the country, including Republicans and Democrats alike.
This philosophy has become the guiding principle of many gun control legislation.
It has also made the NRA the leading lobbying force for legislation that would prevent and punish people who misuse firearms.
And in the past few years, its influence has grown.
It spent nearly $30 million on lobbying this election cycle.
But it’s not just the NRA that is getting into politics.
There’s also the gun trade lobby.
The gun industry has long been a powerful force in American politics.
And the NRA is one of the biggest advocates for gun control laws.
In the past, the NRA has often worked closely with the gun companies to advocate for gun controls.
In particular, the National Rifle Association and its affiliated trade groups lobbied for legislation aimed at preventing and punishing those who misuse guns.
Now, in a major victory for gun rights, the Republican Party has endorsed a bill that would require people who purchase a firearm from a licensed dealer to pass a background check.
This would include a federal registry that would track the gun owners who buy guns from licensed dealers.
The bill has been described as a gun control measure that would make it difficult for people to buy guns at gun shows and online.
But this bill is not going to stop anyone from buying guns.
The people who want a gun have been waiting for the NRA to do something to make it easier for them to get one.
And now they’ve got a new tool at their disposal to make the process easier.
The legislation that has gained the most support in the U.S. Senate and is likely to become law in the coming weeks is a provision that would ban gun shows from being held at schools.
If enacted, it would apply to nearly every public school in the nation, including in private schools.
It would make schools the only place where people can get guns.
A recent analysis of federal records by the Violence Policy Center, an organization that tracks gun violence, found that more than one in five schools were at risk of having someone use a gun in a school shooting.
But in the last year, the number of people who have used guns in school shootings has dropped dramatically.
And it’s no coincidence.
The federal data shows that while the number who have been killed in school violence is steadily increasing, the numbers who have died from gun violence has dropped.
This data is based on data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which has conducted more than 50,000 reports on school-related deaths since 1990.
According to the CDC, more than 1.1 million people were killed in gun-related school- related deaths in the first 10 months of 2016.
So what is the NRA trying to do?
The NRA’s lobbying strategy seems to be based on the same premise as the gun-control movement: that the only way to prevent mass shootings is to ban people from buying weapons at gun show and online sales.
But the NRA’s approach seems to have a different goal.
In fact, its lobbying strategy appears to have come in response to the rise of a new breed of gun control activists.
They have used the internet to disseminate their message of gun violence and gun violence prevention.
They use the internet for recruiting and to spread misinformation.
They even use social media to spread their message.
So far, the tactics of the NRA and other gun control groups have worked.
They’ve helped to create an environment in which people can purchase guns at places like gun shows, which have become popular venues in the gun culture, and to make guns more accessible to the public, which is one thing that has made the internet such a powerful weapon for people.
But these new gun control advocates are now targeting schools, too.
They’re trying to ban guns at school and online in a way that is completely unnecessary.
This bill would do just the opposite.
It’s an assault on the gun rights movement, which for decades has been the backbone of the American political system.
The idea that someone who is legally allowed to buy a gun should be able to do so in schools is a bigoted and dangerous idea.
It also seems to reinforce the idea that school is a place where guns should be prohibited.
If this bill becomes law, schools could be closed down for weeks or even months and would have to hire armed security guards.
And this could be a very bad thing