In the face of gun-hating political elites, a dishonest media and radical billionaires who want to fundamentally change America and restrict our Second Amendment freedoms, our only choice is to fight. You've probably seen our Freedom's Safest Place commercials on national TV. They're strong, honest messages from NRA members that are making a real difference. But it costs millions of dollars to fund a campaign of this magnitude. Without your support, it will be taken off the air during this critical time in American history. If you believe in an America that values family, hard work, civic duty, and our God-given freedoms, help us keep this campaign on the air. Make a donation, share the videos, and challenge your friends and neighbors to do the same.
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Elitists who want to silence us have billionaires on their side. We have millions of Americans who believe in our right to keep and bear arms. It all comes down to our voice against their voice. Watch the campaign, and if NRA speaks for your, pitch in and help us put these messages in every living room across America.
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Kim Corban was a 20-year-old college student when a predator broke into her off-campus housing complex and assaulted her in the middle of the night. She was told her home was safe—that there had never been an incident. She was the first. Today, Kim is a mother of two, and if anyone ever tries to harm her family or her again, they’ll need to go through her firearm first. Kim will never be unarmed again. And she’s able to exercise her God-given right to protect herself and her children because the NRA fought for her rights before she ever knew she needed them.
Our TVs are plagued with the deceitful agenda of gun-hating political elites, a dishonest media and radical billionaires who want nothing more than to fundamentally change our country and take away our Second Amendment freedoms.
"The National Rifle Association is running the most effective ads in its history, hitting elites who wish to curtail gun ownership on the part of those who are not afforded the security blankets of the wealthy."