"The NRA is one of the rare national advocacy organizations that says what it means, and then backs it up with results."
So said U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) in an Op-Ed piece published this week in the Washington Times about NRA's ability to "make a difference". The NRA has long professed that our ability to make a difference resides with you -- our members and pro-gun supporters -- working together at the grassroots level.
Sen. Tillis wholeheartedly agrees, saying, "The tremendous success of the NRA would not be possible without the support and dedication of its 5 million members across the nation. The NRA is a true grassroots organization, and the collective power of its membership is simply unparalleled."
To read Sen. Tillis' full Op-Ed piece, please click here.