Interview with Joshua Falzone – Episode #146

It’s again that time were we do our annual what you can do to help elect pro-government candidates this election season.

So in this episode I have an interview with Indiana NRA Candidate Field Representative Joshua Falzone. Josh was mainly working in two districts in the state of Indiana and they are at opposite ends of the state. The travel time between the southern district and the northern district that he is working in is about five hours. So you can imagine he spending a lot of time in his car. But we’re very happy that he was able to take some time this Sunday ( July 22, 2012) two talk to us about how you could not only help Indiana if you live here. But also how you can get in contact with the right people in your state so that you could volunteer to help elect pro-Second Amendment candidates in your state.

One very good place to start to find out who you need to talk to about volunteering with the NRA is to go over to the NRA–ILA website and look up who is your election volunteer coordinator in your district. Make sure you give them a call or e-mail them to schedule some time when it’s convenient for you to volunteer.

I’m All IN, Are you?

Links:

Indiana NRA on Facebook and on twitter

 

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How It Started – Episode 100

Gun Rights Advocates Podcast Episode 100 (VIDEO)

Gun Control from Michigan

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqrpjLZJVu4

Response to CNN Democratic Debate

Joe Biden…VP? Good Times Ahead!!!

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Update: NRA-ILA Grassroots Director – Episode #086

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There are plenty of opportunities out there to get involved in the political process. Helping to protect your rights under the Second Amendment is probably one of the most important political process you can get involved in. The interview that I conducted with Glen Caroline, Director, NRA-ILA Grassroots Division for this episode will help you find the ways you can get involved in this year’s presidential and congressional elections. It is very important but if you have considered being politically active in the past that you do so this year.

Most of this political activity is not very glamorous but it is all very important and I have been out there working very hard in the past and are planning to do as much this year as I have in the past.

Links:

NRAPVF.org

NRA-ILA Election Volunteer Coordinators (EVC)

Snowflakes in Hell

Ted Nugent could be the NRA’s rambunctious new Charlton Heston

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