Can a 147-year old, $300 million plus, per year organization, with an elected board of 76 deeply entrenched directors, suddenly shift course and completely revamp the way they do business?
Time to vote for NRA Directors, and once again, Adam Kraut is receiving my endorsement. This year, I am also endorsing Anthony Colandro, and offering a hat tip to three of the other candidates.
I’ve never said that the NRA hasn’t done good, and have argued consistently that it is critical that we have a strong and effective NRA with as many members as we can get.
“News” outlets are extremely anti-rights and anti-NRA, and they are painting everything they can find in the worst possible light, but unfortunately, this is not “fake news.”
The bump-stock issue has been mishandled from the beginning, and now it has turned into a serious matter while blowing a gaping hole in our future defense of the Second Amendment.
November saw two highly publicized tragedies where police officers responding to the scenes of shootings, shot and killed the wrong man.
The election results were disappointing for GunVoters, but they weren’t the disaster that many predicted, and that was certainly a possibility.
The “Blue Wave” of opposition to President Trump looked unstoppable late last year and was expected to sweep Republicans out of power in Congress in November. But now gun voters can make a difference.
I’m asking readers who are Voting Members of NRA to take immediate action to ensure that Adam Kraut and Anthony Colandro’s names appear on your 2019 ballot.
Google, has been slowly choking off channels and content providers who don’t comport with the Google leadership’s leftist worldview.
Republicans keep following a non-strategy of just reacting to the latest media attacks instead of holding Democrats accountable by forcing votes on expanding your gun rights.
ERPO ideas single out gun ownership. No one likes to have a target drawn on their forehead, and that’s exactly what an ERPO does to gun owners.
These arguments to ban gun rights rarely get any sort of honest scrutiny in the media shouting matches, so it’s up to you to call them out every time they pop up again.
The faces flashing across the screen were all murderers, and I not only recognized almost all of them, I could name them, and describe their crimes..
This year’s NRA board election results represent a quiet earthquake that probably has some of the establishment bosses looking over their shoulders.
The Massachusetts ruling came in a case filed by local rights advocates and the Gun Owners Action League, against the Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey.
We aren’t surprised that Justice Stevens would support repealing the Second Amendment, & would welcome the opportunity to have an open and honest debate about the right to arms..
Guns in the hands of the right people have saved lives. Disarming good guys does nothing to make anyone safer. But supporters of gun control [like USAToday] never let a crisis go to waste..
Disarming willing and qualified teachers and other school staff is stupid. It’s time to stop arguing over “solutions” that have been proven not to work..
We are witnessing a political bludgeon being used to convince Republican politicians to cut their own political throats over failed gun control…
I have a particular interest in Iowa because I was deeply involved in an effort to pass Constitutional Carry there in 2010.
If you care about your rights, your finances, your children’s future, there is a way for you to dramatically impact those things, and it’s not really that difficult.
My endorsement list for NRA Directors this year is pretty short. As a matter of fact, it’s really short: Adam Kraut of Pennsylvania..
NRA engaged in a barrage of cheesy sweepstakes, fire-sales on memberships, & heavy-handed direct-mail fundraising to rebuild their depleted coffers & making Ack-Mac a huge pile of money.
I hate being forced to break the gun rights battle down on party lines, but Democrats, as a party, have embraced a view of rights that are granted by an expanding State.