The NY Attorney General has subpoenaed the files on the arbitration between NRA and Chris Cox, the purged head of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (NRA_ILA).
Anti-gun males like Waldman know that their smears and lies and attempts at wit aren’t working, and in fact, are starting to backfire on them.
NY’s AG has issued a subpoena for documents to Susan LaPierre that gives us a good idea of where the investigation is headed at this point in the ongoing NRA disaster.
The 100% prevetable firearms accident in New Mexico should be a sober reminder about basic gun safety.
Another common tactic is to condemn removing such violent misfits from society as “disproportionate” and use that as “justification” to release them unchecked back into an unlimited victim pool.
To use Lori Haas’ own words, that is disqualifying. Plain and simple.
Their “foot soldiers” have proven to be neither disciplined nor mature enough to engage in reasoned discourse instead of aggressive tantrums.
Like life, defending the Second Amendment is complicated.
Contrary to “moderate” Republican aversion to embracing the right to arms head-on, firearms freedoms have proven to be powerful motivators for getting out the vote.
No citizen should be required to justify his or her exercise of an enumerated right, which is really what the New York case is all about.
They’re not after the NRA, they’re after every Second Amendment supporter and every pro-Second Amendment organization. The NRA is just first on their to-do list.
Any win in the Supreme Court could be worthless if corporate gun control is not defeated.
The BOD will not change course & has no intention of correcting the wrongdoing of the past. An Independent Receiver could help stop the raiding of the NRA’s bank account.
The ultimate question for any Republican considering “negotiating” infringements on the right to keep and bear arms with Democrats is “Why?”
NRA is a lost cause. The “leadership” has effectively shut out dissenting voices, ignored valid, serious concerns, promoted corruption and incompetence, and stifled member participation.
Last year, according to the FBI data, rifles were used for sure in only 454 of the 13,620 gun-related murders listed in the annual crime report.
What I’m going to tell you is a painful history of things that occurred early on in the NRA. As the old saying goes, if we do not know history….
At this point, I see no chance of the Board doing anything at all to mitigate the coming disaster. For the NRA “the worst is yet to come.”
“The Proposed Intervenor is a Director of the National Rifle Association (‘NRA’) and has the statutory right … to assert derivative claims on its behalf”…
Trust him. It’s not like “moderate” Republicans unwilling to take an unequivocal stance have ever betrayed gun owners before, right?