Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 07:00 PM · 80 rsvpsEverett Elks Lodge in Everett, WA
Join NRA-ILA staff and your local legislators for an informative meeting on how we need to fight to defend our Second Amendment rights in Washington. This free meeting will be held on July 30th from 7:00pm-8:30pm at the Everett Elks Lodge in Everett, WA. Please plan to attend to learn how you can actively assist in our mutual efforts to protect our gun rights in Washington.
All attendees will receive complimentary NRA items and light refreshments. For more information about the event or to get involved in our Washington efforts, please contact Field Coordinator Keely Hopkins at: Khopkins@nrahq.org or 703-939-0824.Friday, July 31, 2015 at 01:00 PM through August 02, 2015Pee Dee Deer Classic in Florence, SC
Your NRA-ILA will be exhibiting at the Pee Dee Deer Classic in Florence, South Carolina. Deemed "South Carolina's Largest Outdoor Show", the Pee Dee Deer Classic will have 65,000 sq ft. filled with deer hunting products, archery related items, guns, tree stands, camo and knives. We have a number of volunteer opportunities available at this major event. Those willing to help at the NRA-ILA booth will receive an NRA hat for volunteering their time to the cause. If you, or someone you know, is willing to volunteer at this event please contact NRA-ILA Grassroots Field Coordinator Trey Ramsey at (703) 282-8402 or Trey@nrailafrontlines.com.
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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