In this week`s FAX Alert, read about two more crushing judicial defeats for anti-gun extremists, the loss of pro-gun U.S. Representative Floyd Spence, a suggestion as to what you can do with your tax refund, and more.
In this week`s FAX Alert, read about a crushing judicial defeat in California for the gun-ban lobby, the ABA siding with anti-gun extremists, another judicial defeat for anti-gunners in Arizona, a wrap-up of the UN`s recent anti-gun efforts, and more.
In this week`s FAX Alert, read about Congress going on recess until September -- so try to meet with your elected officials while they`re in their home districts, the U.S. Senate rejects an anti-gun effort by Chuck Schumer, and a request for comments on reforming the National Instant Check System.
In this week`s FAX Alert, read about the outcome of the recent UN Conference on "small arms," the latest efforts by the Bush Administration to return common sense to our government, another attempt by anti-gun extremists to invade the privacy of law-abiding gun purchasers and attack AG John Ashcroft, and much more.
Dr. Richard Corlin, the American Medical Association`s (AMA) new President, has decided the nation`s most well-known doctor`s group should openly admit that it has expanded its scope to include political activism in the firearm debate.
The May 17 edition of The Herald-Mail, a newspaper in Hagerstown, Md., reported that a local car dealership ran into some difficulties with a gun turn-in program it was promoting. Hagerstown Ford had announced it would offer $1,000 toward the purchase of a new car to anyone who turned in a firearm to be destroyed. The three-day promotion was canceled, however, after pro-gun grassroots activists flooded the Ford dealership with their calls in opposition.
Since 1997, NRA has been steadily ascending Fortune magazine`s "Power 25," its listing of the most influential lobbying groups in America. This year, we reached the number one spot, displacing the AARP, which had held the top spot for years.
Various news stories report that on Monday, President Bush will be in Philadelphia to unveil a new "national initiative" on Federal anti-crime efforts. Details of the President's proposal have not yet been made public, but the new initiative is expected to feature an expansion of the NRA-supported "Project Exile" prosecution model that provides for the vigorous enforcement of existing laws against violent criminals.
As we mentioned in last week`s FAX Alert (and per the "Special" FAX Alert some of you in targeted states received on Tuesday), the anti-gunners are about to launch another attack on our Right to Keep and Bear Arms!
Congress returns from its Easter District Work Period recess next week, and, as reported last week, the gun-ban extremists in D.C. are working feverishly to prepare for an all-out assault on gun shows.
Congress is still on recess for its Easter District Work Period (House scheduled to return April 20, Senate scheduled to return April 22), so now is a good time to set up face-to-face meetings with your federal lawmakers at their district offices.
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.