The NRA is not ‘bankrupt’ or ‘going out of business.’ Headlines to the contrary are misleading (some of them doubtless are meant to obfuscate the truth). While the mainstream media screams about NRA filing bankruptcy, NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre explains, “The NRA is not ‘bankrupt’ or ‘going out of business.’ The NRA is not insolvent.” We are as financially strong as we have been in years.”     Below is a letter from Wayne LaPierre and a question and answer section that explains how NRA is moving forward and leaving New York behind.    NRA has developed a plan to move its corporate status toRead More →

Townhall posted an article yesterday about the NRA’s efforts to ensure a solid victory for Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue in the Georgia runoff election next month. The stakes are high, so NRA has pumped $4.5 Million into the effort, and is encouraging grassroots action in the traditionally gun-friendly state. Door hangers, billboards, text messages and 500,000 postcards are being used to encourage gun owners to get out the vote and defeat both of the Democrat opponents who support “red flag laws,” gun bans, magazine bans and more. Please encourage any Georgia voters you know to vote for Loeffler and Perdue next month! -JoelRead More →

The 2020 Democrat Party platform is rife with gun controls that include an all-out ban on online ammunition sales and a push to require every state in the Union to license gun owners. The Democrats’ 2020 platform also continues a pledge to secure universal background checks, which have existed in California since the 1990s and are currently in place in New York, New Jersey, and other states rife with gun violence.Read More →


If you’re a NRA Member living in California, you should consider participating in your local NRA Members’ Council. They support the programs, policies and objectives of the National Rifle Association. I am proud to have been one of the very earliest volunteers and a past president of my local Members’ Council. Hosting programs like Women on Target instructional shooting clinics, voter registration efforts, educating gun owners about pending legislation, legal update clinics with NRA attorneys, monthly Members’ Council meetings all over the State of California, gun show NRA membership drives, community events and Eddie Eagle appearances – volunteers with the NRA Members’ Councils of CaliforniaRead More →

“The Second Amendment Protection Act” passed with a veto-proof majority in North Carolina on June 25th. Then Governor Roy Cooper (D) vetoed the legislation. The bill contained sensible gun law reforms related to concealed carry permits. Of course, the governor’s veto should have been overridden by the legislature. Instead… To uphold the veto, nine Democrats and five Republicans changed their vote. Dean Weingarten, The votes against overriding the governor’s veto (including absentees): Rep. Beasly, District 92 (D) Rep. Farmer-Butterfield, District 24 (D) Rep. John Sr., District 40 (D) Rep. Pierce, District 48 (D) Rep. Davis, District 4 (R) Rep. Elmore, District 94 (R) Rep.Read More →