Dana Loesch, host of “The Dana Show” and author of Hands Off My Gun, has no qualms about expressing her opinion—no matter whether it fits the narrative that the mainstream media wants to sell or not. Six new videos released on NRA News confirm her willingness to tell it like it is.
The first video, featured under the “Commentators” series, is “The Real ‘Gunsplainers.’” Dana exposes the stupidity behind Cosmopolitan magazine’s attack on gun owners and explores how this hostility to firearms actually works to disempower women. Under the guise of feminism, what the fashion magazine is really presenting to women is encouragement to make themselves vulnerable.
While it is obvious that the real villains are career criminals and even some within our own government, why does the president continue to pretend that average gun owners are the enemy?In “Freedom For All,” Dana responds to an editorial penned in the Washington Post by UCLA Law Professor Adam Winkler predicting the death of the NRA due to demographic shifts in the United States. She argues that the NRA speaks for all committed Americans—not just older white men, as Winkler would have us believe. And the message of freedom is one that will continue to speak to Americans regardless of race or gender.
“El Chapo” is Dana’s look at the .50-caliber rifle—trafficked under the notorious gunwalking scheme known as Operation Fast and Furious—that was found in the hideout of the notorious cartel leader. While it is obvious that the real villains are career criminals and even some within our own government, why does the president continue to pretend that average gun owners are the enemy?
Dana takes on the American criminal justice system in “Wrist Slaps Do Nothing.” Politicians like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton act like their primary concern is cutting down on violent crime—so why do they crack down on lawful gun ownership and let criminals caught with illegal firearms go free?
“Standing Up To Hillary” turns the Democratic front-runner’s claim that she will “stand up to the gun lobby” on its head. The so-called “gun lobby” really consists of the millions of law-abiding Americans who own guns, Dana says—so shouldn’t we be the ones who are unwilling to be bullied?
Finally, “The ‘Myth’ of the Armed Citizen” explodes the popular falsehood that defensive uses of firearms are somehow rare or insignificant. By shining a spotlight on the people behind the successful self-defense episodes that take place every day, Dana shows how vital firearms are to the security of average Americans.
See all these videos, along with contributions from fan favorites including Colion Noir and Dom Raso, at the NRA “Commentators” page.