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Saturday, January 22, 2011

The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF)

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I am now a Patron Member of the Second Amendment Foundation. Hitting the “send button” after completing the online application form late Thursday evening fulfilled a long-standing promise that I made to myself. It gave me closure. By any earthly measure, I am not a wealthy man and never will be. If my budget projections are correct, this may well be my last significant financial contribution to the cause. All that I may have left to offer from here on is the power of my vote.

The battle for our Second Amendment rights did not end with District of Columbia V. Heller or with McDonald V. Chicago. Multiple court battles are underway while a number of deserving cases wait for their day. The Second Amendment Foundation is second to none when it comes to defending our rights inside of the courtroom. The SAF is there for us. The SAF needs and deserve our support. Please help if you can.

Available Second Amendment Foundation Membership Levels
$15 Annual
$50 5-Year
$150 Life (Defenders Club)
$1000 Patron (Committee of One Thousand)

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3 comments:

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
Don't sell what you do here short Zack. You may be preaching to the choir, but you also inspire the choir to do good things. Someone is always listening.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Thank ya kindly, Art!

Wilson said...

Thanks for posting this, it can’t be said enough. This organization needs the help of all of us. I’m already an annual member but you’ve inspired me to do more.