Friday, May 27, 2016 at 04:00 PM through May 30, 2016 · 3 rsvpsMint Hill Veterans Memorial Park in Mint Hill, NC
Join the NRA-ILA at the Mint Hill Madness Memorial Weekend Festival! This is a great opportunity to support your community, celebrate the holiday, and to meet your NRA-ILA Campaign Field Representative! The event will last from 4pm-11pm on Friday, 11am-11pm on Saturday, and 12pm-5pm on Sunday! There will be rides, food, a parade, tons of vendors, and fireworks! The event is hosted at the Mint Hill Veterans Memorial Park located at 8850 Fairview Rd. Mint Hill, NC 28227. If you are interested in volunteering or attending future events with the NRA-ILA please contact Hunter vanDusen at (919) 280-2794 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Friday, May 27, 2016 at 04:00 PM through May 29, 2016Midwest Ol Threshers Ground in Mt Pleasant, IA
The NRA-ILA will be at the Mt Pleasant Gun Show hosted by Marv Kraus Productions at the Central Iowa Fairgrounds May 27th-29th. Stop by to meet your NRA-ILA Campaign Field Representative, pick up some NRA gear, and talk about how we can advance the Second Amendment in Iowa!
Friday: 4pm - 9pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 9am - 3pm
If you'd like more information or want to volunteer for this event, contact Phil Thompson at:
When last we reported on the ongoing scandal that is Operation Choke Point, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee had issued a report condemning the participation of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in the program. Earlier, the same committee had faulted the Department of Justice (DOJ) for its actions in pressuring banks to sever or avoid business relationships with legitimate industries that are considered politically objectionable, including firearms and ammunition sales. Internal investigators at both FDIC and DOJ had also launched their own probes into allegations of abusive practices under the guise of Operation Choke Point.
Americans have a constitutional right to armed self-defense, but they have other choices as well. The University of Colorado, for example, last year offered the students it sought to disarm with statewide legislation other “crime prevention tactics.” Options for female students facing rapists included passive resistance,” biting, and self-degradation. According to one proponent of the bill to ban the lawful carrying of firearms on campuses, such threats are “why we have the whistles.”
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