Adam Kraut declines seat on the NRA Board of Directors… here’s WHY

Adam Kraut has released a letter explaining why he is not taking the opportunity to sit on the NRA Board of Directors.
I don’t blame AdamKraut for not taking the seat. The NRA is not going to get fixed from the inside. That has become clear. The question now is Who will change it from the outside?

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Breaking: NRA Board Resignations

“As a result of the foregoing, we are left with no other choice but to resign as members of the Board of Directors. In doing so, however, we hope that our action will serve as a catalyst for much needed reform within the NRA so that it can return its focus to the mission which we remain unwaveringly committed — protecting the Constitution of the United States and especially, the Second Amendment.”

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Support a STRONGER NRA!(video)

Save the Second was formed to represent the voice of former, current and potential future NRA Members who are concerned about the problems currently facing the organization. We believe these problems were caused by its leadership and a failure of the Board of Directors to properly oversee the organization. Save The Second is in the final week of a Petition Campaign to require Mandatory Attendance for Directors at Board Meetings.

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Final Week to get your Mandatory Attendance Petition Form in!

We’re entering into the final week to collect petition forms in our attempt to Reform the NRA policy on Director Attendance at Board Meetings. We’ve collected a ton already, we know there are many still on the way, but want as many as we can get… and, if you are a Voting NRA Member, we want one from YOU!

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Which Are You?

Recently, I have noticed that discussions about the NRA have brought out similar comments amongst NRA members. These similar, reoccurring comments are easily noticeable on the comment sections of Ammoland, YouTube firearms related channels, Facebook and other firearms communities on the internet. From that, three categories of NRA members make these reoccurring comments.

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