The NRA Blacklist website has posted a direct link to the NRA's list of folks who they view as their enemies, or, in their words: "Many of these organizations were listed as "Campaign Partners," for having pledged to fight any efforts to repeal the Brady Act and the Clinton "assault weapons" ban. All have officially endorsed anti-gun positions."
Who are the folks/organizations on the list? A sample: Sean Connery; American Academy of Pediatrics; Sigourney Weaver; U.S. Catholic Conference; Eli Wallach; Bruce Springsteen; American Psychological Association; Rosemary Clooney; B'nai B'rith; Julia Child; Doug Flutie; Denis Leary... Well, it's a long list so you'd probably best look at it yourself.
Someone ought to tell the NRA that Rosemary Clooney passed away last year. I'm sure they'll be happy to know it was not a gun-related death.
I've seen criticisms of this site for calling the NRA's list a "blacklist" since they don't appear to be advocating specific action against these folks/organizations. I think those criticisms miss the obvious story. This list is the NRA's own chronicle of the people who appear to be for sensible gun control like the Brady Act and the assault weapons ban (which they naturally label as "the Clinton 'assault weapons' ban"). My reaction is: Wow. Long list. We're not looking at fanatics here. This list tells me that a helluva lot of Americans want sensible gun laws. The story is not what the NRA plans to do with this list (I'm sure plenty of organizations, conservative and liberal, have lists of their opponents). The story is how many sensible people think that they're nuts.
(BTW - hat tip to Bob for the story)
[Update: The NRA culled the dead folks off the list about a day after I posted this.]