MarketWatch — Oliver North will become president of the National
Rifle Association "within a few weeks," the gun-rights
group said on Monday.
North, a retired Marine
lieutenant colonel, was convicted on three felony
counts related to the Iran-contra affair, but a federal
judge later dropped the case.
NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre called North "a
true hero and warrior for freedom" and said the
group's members "are proud to stand with him." ... → Full Article