Right, Hillary … Thankfully, My NRA Is Not My Grandfather’s NRA

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

The creation of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) in 1975 marked a new era that would make things tougher—much tougher—on those who hate the one American freedom that safeguards all of the others. The fact of the matter is that ILA would have never been needed, nor created in the first place, if not for their ilk. The NRA would have been happy to know that Second Amendment freedoms remained secure and unchallenged forevermore. It could have continued to focus all of its energies on safety and training programs.

A second important point here is that the NRA can actually walk and chew gum at the same time. Yes, ILA works daily to unapologetically protect our freedoms at every level of government, but it is one relatively small entity in a much larger organization. The NRA performs dozens of critical functions for law-abiding gun owners, all while remaining…

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