What the members can do, is to attend, stay to the bitter end, demand that everything be heard and discussed, and refuse to be shut down.
Phillip Journey is running for the 2020 NRA Board of Directors, please consider him for your vote when returning your ballot.
Each year I try to provide some guidance to NRA members wondering how to best utilize their votes in the election of members of the NRA Board of Directors. This year is a bit different.
Do you agree that politicians should be held accountable in their NRA grades for immigration actions that undermine the Second Amendment?
Since the Winter 2020 Board Meeting of the NRA in Tyson’s Corner, VA a few weeks ago, the question I’ve been asked most often by Members is “Who should I vote for in the Board of Directors Election?”
Be advised what follows is a list of the individuals I am endorsing for the NRA BoD. They all deserve your vote! I am NOT voting for Charles Cotton!!!
I am neither rich nor a famous celebrity. I don’t get paid for what I do. I am just an average person who has devoted myself to the Constitution, the Second Amendment.
It is critical that NJ gun owners reelect Anthony to the NRA Board so that NJ has the strongest possible representation at NRA. If elected, Anthony would increase NJ’s strength at NRA HQ.
Graham Hill is one of those Directors that we know very well and have much respect for. We trust his leadership skills can help guide the NRA in the year to come. Please Bullet Vote for Graham Hill.
By now voting-eligible NRA members should have received their election ballots for the 2020 National Rifle Association Board of Directors election in your monthly magazines.
Arthur R. Miller’s affidavit, in support of NRA, notes that the NY Attorney General Letitia James’s actions are not only unprecedented but dangerous.
But who exactly, is so desperately needed in D.C., and are those same people desperately need at the Board of Director’s Meeting?
In the continuing NRA Board conflict, Richard Childress, former NASCAR driver and the current team owner of Richard Childress Racing released his NRA Board of Director resignation letter to President
Prove the allegations are false and reunite the membership. Start the flow of donations again. Revitalize the NRA and turn it back into a powerhouse. This is where it starts; where the healing starts.
I am not willing to put the NRA into a position where my new position and role in our community could even potentially create a conflict or even a bad optical light that could be leveraged against it
The defense of the Second Amendment is much more powerful when we have a strong and united NRA. Here’s some perspective of what needs to be done to get there.
Rather than answer the recent spate of excuse-making from members of the NRA Board of Directors, I’d like to invite those, and all of the remaining 73 directors, to answer 5 simple questions?
“In doing so… we hope that our action will serve as a catalyst for much-needed reform within the NRA so that it can return its focus to the mission which we remain unwaveringly committed.”
LaPierre’s response to the ultimatum was swift and decisive: he refused to step down, disclosed the threats that were made, and accelerated legal efforts.
AmmoLand News received a personal note from one industry member who’s been a staunch supporter of the NRA. A note that he asked to be shared.
The quickest way to clear up all this superfluous innuendo, venom and invective clouding our lives is a professional, thorough and independent audit.
I am writing to provide an update on the Grassroots’ campaign to encourage the NRA board of directors to “clean house” at the NRA and implement fiscal responsibility.
Here is a selection of what the talking heads on YouTube have to say on the NRA situation from folks many of you know and follow as they weigh in on the ongoing strife.
Many NRA members have been challenging directors with uncomfortable questions over the past couple of months with very little to show for answers.
In the face of orchestrated campaigns and legal disputes, the NRA has made tough decisions – demanding, among other things, increased transparency from its vendors. Most complied, but not all.