In recent weeks we have heard that multiple NRA Board members that had the gall to question Wayne LaPierre’s leadership have been removed or not reappointed to their previous committees.
Many current and former NRA Members feel that most Board Members are out of touch with American Gun Owners and not representing them or their concerns responsibly.
The NRA’s ongoing account of gross mismanagement reported here will enrage you and all we can say is Wayne Lapier and the current Executives need to be gone from our organization.
Do you know people with the principle, integrity, and experience willing to take on this challenge? Are you ready to go to work to help get them elected?
The numbers weren’t extraordinary if one looks at it from a one-year perspective, so the Washington Post lumped three years of reports together to make the amounts look larger and more lucrative.
“It’s been an honor to serve the five million members of the NRA and I will continue standing side-by-side with the millions of Americans who care deeply about defending the Second Amendment.” ~
As I write this, I have three other almost completed articles that have been abandoned as new revelations have made them largely obsolete.
Fellow NRA Members:Since the NRA was founded almost 150 years ago, our adversaries have repeatedly tried to take us down. As officers and past presidents of the NRA, we write today to set the record..
I know what the NRA did to ensure people who look like me, recently freed slaves, were able to have their Second Amendment right. I bestow the title of “hero” upon a simple man, Otis McDonald.
The National Rifle Association gathered for 2019 Annual Meeting of Members last month amid a firestorm of rumors, accusations, and threats. It promised to be the most contentious Members’ Meeting in..
Here is the deal: there were some 2 million ballots issued [to voting eligible NRA members] for this past 2019 Board election. There were less than 150K ballots returned.
The NRA has released a statement following the completion of the 2019 National Rifle Association Board of Directors Meeting. Meet your new bosses, same as the old bosses.
Please SHARE this throughout the gun community and make sure that no one (including those with an agenda from outside our community) spins our actions to suit their narrative.
I worked at the Association for over 13 years ending my time as the Training Counselor Program Coordinator. My job was to coordinate and conduct the NRA Training Counselor Workshops, or the folks who.
Congratulations to Anthony Colandro on winning the 2019 76th NRA board seat. “I am truly humbled by all of the support. I will make you proud and fight hard!” ~ Anthony Colandro.
The Board of Directors must step to the plate and deep clean whatever is rotting or step aside and let someone else get it done.
The National Rifle Association is in serious trouble, and the NRA Board of Directors has only two options to save America’s biggest civil rights organization.
Over the past few months news of impropriety, questionable business dealings, lack of transparency regarding the inner workings of the NRA, and outrageous compensation have emerged.
The NRA listened to our activism & member outcry and is now supporting Anthony Colandro for the 76th board member position. This internal support is the first time the NRA has thrown their support..
Unfortunately, Anthony did not make the cut in this years run for NRA Board of Directors, but we are very grateful to have activists like him putting himself out there and look forward to endorsing hi
“I am proud and humbled to have been re-elected to the NRA Board of Directors for another 3-year term. I can’t express enough thanks to those of you who have honored me with your votes….”
I am very grateful and humbled by the support and the enthusiasm of NRA voters across the nation and those who endorsed and supported my campaign. I look forward to continuing to serve you.
As president of Rock Island Auction Company, Kevin Hogan has a deep respect for American history. Our nation’s independence was forged with white-knuckled fists clenched around a firearm.
“I am a person who believes in freedom and liberty,” says Rick Figueroa. “The NRA is the last line of defense to protect our American right to have firearms without government constraint. “
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?