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So Who Made Kindergarten Killer, Anyway?

When NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre spoke at a press conference today, he lambasted video games as a medium that "sells and sows violence against its own people." LaPierre called out five games as examples of video game evil. Four of them are big-budget affairs, produced by multinational corporations.… » 12/21/12 6:30pm 12/21/12 6:30pm

What Are Splatterhouse, Kindergarten Killer and the Other Games the NRA Slammed Today?

Names such as Mortal Kombat and Grand Theft Auto are longtime punching bags in an often-clueless discussion of violent video games in the mainstream. So it was no surprise to hear Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, invoke them in a rambling attempt to deflect blame from the… » 12/21/12 2:00pm 12/21/12 2:00pm

The NRA's Absolutely Unhinged Response to Newtown Condemns Video Games as a 'Shadow Industry' that 'Sows Violence Against Its Own People'

Reports suggested that the National Rifle Association, backed into a corner since a gun massacre last week killed 20 six- and seven-year-olds, would come out swinging at video games and other violent entertainment in a news conference today, and boy, they did not disappoint. » 12/21/12 11:31am 12/21/12 11:31am