“NRA welcomes the opportunity to partner with NSSF on this initiative, as it speaks to the core mission of NRA and its members,” said Joe DeBergalis, executive director, NRA General Operations.
I stand behind the NRA, the NRA Board of Directors and Wayne LaPierre and in turn collectively we stand behind the Second Amendment and the Gun Owners of the United States.
Former chief lobbyist and principal political strategist for the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA), Chris Cox, has started a new Washington, D.C. based consulting
The targeting of any of the NRA organizations nonprofit status is an existential threat. If the NRA were to lose its nonprofit status, the organization could be dissolved.
The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) today announced its endorsement of Tate Reeves for governor in the 2019 Mississippi primary election.
The dollar amount of support that is now being withheld currently totals nearly 148-million dollars in annual gifts, estates, advertising, and other support and is growing daily.
We believe the only way to stop this madness is to threaten to withdraw our planned giving and cash donations unless and until there is leadership change at the top.
The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) today announced its endorsement of Mark Baker for Mississippi attorney general in the 2019 primary election.
I don’t accept the hopelessness found in claims that we can’t win over new people to the support of gun rights. If NRATV is to be replaced, and it needs to be, It should be a new inclusive vision
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.
We’re told that we’re the NRA, but Fairfax doesn’t seem to be listening to us. We will see if lack of money talks.
Thank you, sir, for your decades of service. Thank you for defending the 2A. Thank you in advance now for doing the right thing. Few men can place their pride aside for the greater good.
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.
The NRA absolutely is going to change… again. In 1977, there was a schism. In 1997, there was a schism. In 2019, we are seeing the ugly ramifications of there not being change soon enough…
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?
What necessitated the change now is our conclusion that our longtime advertising firm and website vendor failed to deliver upon many contractual obligations it made to our Association.
The last two EVPs were both promoted from ILA. The results have been self-defeating and duplicitous. Let LaPierre be the last! Let the next (and all future) EVP come from Education or Conservation!
Here is what the NRA (National Rifle Association) needs right now! It needs a reboot at the top… the house needs to be clean.
What is essential is that Wayne LaPierre must retire, and do it now, for the good of the organization. Knock, knock, Wayne – members are leaving, fundraising is drying up, big donors are pulling out..
In the ongoing internal struggles at the NRA, Christopher Cox, the second most powerful executive in the organization, has been suspended. He denies the allegations against him.
The National Rifle Association says it protects the right to keep and bear arms. What does the NRA need to do, and what activities were simply nice to have?
With all of the hubbub over the mess at the NRA, now seems like a good time to remind everyone that YOU are the Gun Lobby.
Adding to the cash drain is the New York State lawsuit and the NRA’s hired lawyer bleeding us of cash. You can see that Governor Cuomo is happy to run out the litigation clock along with Wayne…
Appealing to the likes of Piers Morgan and essentially agreeing with Chelsea Handler on the purpose for owning semi-autos won’t cut it.
So I’ve waited to write this letter, having seen the good the NRA does it was and is important to gather all the information before voicing my opinion.