Man they just won't quit!!

Aus_Schwaben

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Jan 31, 2019
260
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Abilene, TX
The NRA needs a full, independent, audit going back at least 10 years. Any abuses need to be prosecuted. I think Col. North was right about the NRA Leadership.
 

seeker_two

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Jul 1, 2008
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113
The NRA needs to die....but not for long.

If the current NRA is wiped out, it will put the current Board and executives out of power. That's a good thing. After that, I'd like to see the state gun groups work together to reestablish the national-level NRA in a pro-gun area (Texas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, etc.) Put in a new charter and leadership that stays focused on representing gun owners and gun rights. And work with other pro-2A groups instead of undermining them. In other words, do exactly what WLP's NRA is not doing.

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MacZC7

Active Member
Jul 11, 2020
800
93
Texas
The NRA needs to die....but not for long.

If the current NRA is wiped out, it will put the current Board and executives out of power. That's a good thing. After that, I'd like to see the state gun groups work together to reestablish the national-level NRA in a pro-gun area (Texas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, etc.) Put in a new charter and leadership that stays focused on representing gun owners and gun rights. And work with other pro-2A groups instead of undermining them. In other words, do exactly what WLP's NRA is not doing.

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I think we should let that go down after November 3rd
 

Axxe55

Professional Troublemaker
Dec 15, 2019
7,918
113
Deep East Texas.
The NRA needs to die....but not for long.

If the current NRA is wiped out, it will put the current Board and executives out of power. That's a good thing. After that, I'd like to see the state gun groups work together to reestablish the national-level NRA in a pro-gun area (Texas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, etc.) Put in a new charter and leadership that stays focused on representing gun owners and gun rights. And work with other pro-2A groups instead of undermining them. In other words, do exactly what WLP's NRA is not doing.

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One of the best solutions I have heard.
 

Txhillbilly

Active Member
Aug 2, 2008
299
63
North Texas
The NRA will probably lose this battle. This isn't a battle of the Leftist against the NRA,it all falls back to the NRA executives spending the NRA's donations on their own private trips,hunting safari's,and other extravagant ways of life.

Good ole Wayne and his buddies at the NRA were treating the members donations as it were their own personal bank account. That's against the law when it comes to the Charter that the NRA originally set up in New York,or any other state for that matter.
 

pronstar

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Jul 2, 2017
6,003
113
Dallas
The NRA will probably lose this battle. This isn't a battle of the Leftist against the NRA,it all falls back to the NRA executives spending the NRA's donations on their own private trips,hunting safari's,and other extravagant ways of life.

Good ole Wayne and his buddies at the NRA were treating the members donations as it were their own personal bank account. That's against the law when it comes to the Charter that the NRA originally set up in New York,or any other state for that matter.
And let’s not forget the fiasco between the NRA and their former ad agency.


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Axxe55

Professional Troublemaker
Dec 15, 2019
7,918
113
Deep East Texas.
The NRA will probably lose this battle. This isn't a battle of the Leftist against the NRA,it all falls back to the NRA executives spending the NRA's donations on their own private trips,hunting safari's,and other extravagant ways of life.

Good ole Wayne and his buddies at the NRA were treating the members donations as it were their own personal bank account. That's against the law when it comes to the Charter that the NRA originally set up in New York,or any other state for that matter.
Pretty much! Just how many new suits and ties does a man really need? Not that many!
 

toddnjoyce

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Sep 27, 2017
9,033
113
Boerne
The NRA will probably lose this battle. This isn't a battle of the Leftist against the NRA,it all falls back to the NRA executives spending the NRA's donations on their own private trips,hunting safari's,and other extravagant ways of life.

Good ole Wayne and his buddies at the NRA were treating the members donations as it were their own personal bank account. That's against the law when it comes to the Charter that the NRA originally set up in New York,or any other state for that matter.
Generally speaking, self-dealing activities result in those convicted having to pay restitution in the amount that was dealt to the impacted organization, are expelled from membership for life, and prohibited from holding any similar leadership positions for life.

By seeking to dissolve the organization, NY state is actively seeking to deny members benefits due from their contributions.

NY state is on new legal ground here with any actions against the NRA as an org are highly likely to be severely scrutinized on appeal.
 
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