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Hmmm.

So whenever there is alleged malfeasance by members of an organization, then the entire organization can be dissolved by law.

Say hello to an attack on every conservative and religious based organization in America if this works (or if people don't have enough backbone to stand up to it).
 

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Another smoke screen to obscure what the NY and NYC officials are doing. Plus, now the ancharist Progressive Liberal Socialists and their cancel culture allies can “justify” their attacks on conservatives, until they can cause some “incidents” involving armed law-abiding citizens.
 

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Linky no worky. Corrected link.
How did you link the article?
 

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The suit demands that even if the NRA is not dissolved, LaPierre and the NRA general counsel resign. Trump has suggested the NRA move to Texas.

The silver lining here may be that instead of the end of the NRA, this could be the catalyst to start the new, better NRA a lot of us want.
 

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Poorly thought out tactics by the left. They should reconsider. The NRA is standing in the breach. Without the NRA influence the shooting war would have already started.
 
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This has been going on for about 18 months, I don't know why She would start this at the beginning of an election. There are few things more polarizing than the 2A. I'm sure the High ups in the DNC are pulling their hair out at this!
You notice the conservative groups have stopped talking about Roe V Wade. DR
 

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Poorly thought out tactics by the left. They should reconsider. The NRA is standing in the breach. Without the NRA influence the shooting war would have already started.
I am curious. What has the NRA done to exert influence that has forestalled a shooting war? Seriously, I haven't seen anything like that out of them.
 

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Poorly thought out tactics by the left. They should reconsider. The NRA is standing in the breach. Without the NRA influence the shooting war would have already started.
I'm curious what NRA has done to be recognized as "standing in the breach." I'm not seeing it, but would like to know if there is something productive they've done to spend my dues. I think shooting has not started because conservatives are generally being very cautious about opening that Pandora's box. Once it starts there's no telling how far it go.

BTW, the left may very well want the right to start shooting, that way they can point fingers and have ammo for the blame game.
 

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I don’t think she has any legal grounds to dissolve an organization based on fraud, even if fraud is found. She can prosecute people, but dissolve an organization? Nah!

Now, that’s not saying that I believe she’s wrong in her assertion of fraud, or at least complete disregard of fiscal responsibility by NRA leadership. I think Wayne is one of the worst leaders as far as fiscal responsibility goes. And I’ve decided to not invest another penny after my 5 year membership is up until he is gone.

But I believe this is nothing more than a political jab by her. Either that or she’s pretty stupid thinking she can dissolve a company.
 

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The suit demands that even if the NRA is not dissolved, LaPierre and the NRA general counsel resign. Trump has suggested the NRA move to Texas.

The silver lining here may be that instead of the end of the NRA, this could be the catalyst to start the new, better NRA a lot of us want.
True, above.

That said, I'm an NRA life member so no annual dues for me. However, this year I'm inclined to be more than generous, and I feel certain that the money that I donate to the NRA will go to a cause far more worthy than Armani suits.

Question, should I donate to the NRA in Letitia James' name? :cool:
 

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I am curious. What has the NRA done to exert influence that has forestalled a shooting war? Seriously, I haven't seen anything like that out of them.
I'm curious what NRA has done to be recognized as "standing in the breach." I'm not seeing it, but would like to know if there is something productive they've done to spend my dues. I think shooting has not started because conservatives are generally being very cautious about opening that Pandora's box. Once it starts there's no telling how far it go.

BTW, the left may very well want the right to start shooting, that way they can point fingers and have ammo for the blame game.
No other organization had the size and resources to prevent and slow down the left. If the NRA were not in the fight the left would have moved to seize firearms years ago. That would be a shooting war.
 

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BTW, the left may very well want the right to start shooting, that way they can point fingers and have ammo for the blame game.
Seems to me we've already started shooting. LaPierre and the NRA have been tried and found guilty already on this forum. Guess who's next on the hit list?
 

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No other organization had the size and resources to prevent and slow down the left. If the NRA were not in the fight the left would have moved to seize firearms years ago. That would be a shooting war.
Respectfully, that does not answer the question. Everyone know about the NRA's size and resources. The question is, what have they done with that size and resources? I can name things that the SAF, the GOA and others have done and what the result of that was. As an NRA member, reading their publications and the news, I cannot name those things for the NRA. Can you?

I would submit that the biggest move to seize firearms recently has been red flag, which the NRA very vocally supported and has not retracted. They weasel-worded their support with "due process, etc." but nearly all the red flag laws that were proposed after they did that did not provide due process, yet they said little or nothing. And the proponents of those bills in the media still touted "NRA support."

So the question on the table is not about their size and resources, but what they have actually accomplished to slow down the left.
 
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