John Thodos, of Naples, Florida has been appointed to the National Rifle Association’s Board of Directors.
Dr. Thodos will serve a one-year term ending April 17, 2020. Dr. Thodos plans to run for election to the seat he now occupies on the Board, in a 2020 campaign.
Dr. John Thodos is a Florida resident and NRA Board member that is sensitive to shooting sports issues in Florida. Dr. Thodos is receptive to the concerns of Florida NRA members and welcomes emails from Florida firearm owners.
It happened Saturday, July 28th in the courtyard of the Florida Capital.
While patriotic Americans, who support the defense of the 2nd Amendment, gathered in the courtyard of the State Capital, an opposing group, March for Our Lives gathered only blocks away. Numbers for the two groups were similar. However there was on striking difference between the two groups.
One group gathered to show support for the 2nd Amendment and every American’s right to self-defense and the other group gathered to gain support for their effort in restricting Floridians’ rights to own the firearm of his or her choice and self-defense. One group wants to preserve every American’s Constitutional rights and the other group wants to have those rights eliminated.
One group was entertained by live music, singers and dynamic speakers. Opening ceremonies included the Pledge of Allegiance the live singing of the National Anthem, by Krystal Walters . The other group marched in the street, after a closed-door, round-table conference, led in chants by organizers using megaphones. At their rally site, attendees were entertained by angry speakers shouting political, anti-Constitution rhetoric and anti-gun talking points.
Which group was which, view the photos below and draw your own conclusion.
By far the most powerful and motivating speaker at the rally – Mark Robinson . . . .
In-Gauge of Polk County is pleased to announce its newest membership program the . . . Guardian Society.
The Guardian Society is a separate and unique level of In-Gauge of Polk County membership. Members of the Guardian Society are an elite group of highly trained, Christian, Club members who have completed In-Gauge of Polk County’s GUARDIAN TRAINING. Members of the Guardian Society have the opportunity to increase and practice their firearm skills through advanced training sessions available only to members of the Society. Guardian Society members meet regularly for both fellowship and to increase their knowledge and skills in self-defense and protection-of-the-flock tactical training. For further information see the display below.
Applications for the Guardian Society can be obtained through In-Gauge of Polk County by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
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