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Episode 3 - With Ron Carter Save the Second Podcast

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The personal loans Marion Hammer took out on her nonprofit, Unified Sportsmen of Florida, are drawing national attention(via Bulldog, CNN, and TampaBay)“The most recent loan in 2017, for $200,000, was given to Hammer – who earns $110,000-a-year as the group’s executive director – so she could “refinance and purchase” real estate, according to Unified Sportsmen’s regulatory filings.Florida Statute 617.0833 prohibits not-for-profit corporations like Unified Sportsmen from loaning money to their directors or officers. “A loan made in violation of this section is a violation of the duty to the corporation of the directors or officers authorizing it or participating in it,” the law says. The loans of charitable assets were approved by the group’s board of directors.”DISSIDENT DONOR SLAMS NRA & MARION HAMMER WITH BYLAW CITATIONS RELATED TO POSSIBLE CORRUPTION ISSUES - Savethe2a.orgNRA Bylaws Article 5 Section 5 (A)NEW ILA GENERAL COUNSEL BRINGS MORE BAGGAGE AND NO SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE TO THE JOB… (via savethe2a and Ammoland)1. Callender has no apparent experience in politics or policy issues, nor does he have any ties to the Firearms Industry.2. Callender comes to the already troubled NRA while he is embroiled in a public legal dispute with his former employer that involves allegations of financial malfeasance and corporate irresponsibility.3. Callender comes from an industry that the Wayne LaPierre and others in the community have frequently attacked over the past decade, specifically from a company that produced “violent video games”.Lockton Affinity to Pay $1M for Administering Carry Guard Insurance in New Jersey  InsuranceJournal.com “An investigation by the department found that Kansas-based Lockton Affinity violated various state laws and regulations in administering the Carry Guard insurance program in New Jersey on behalf of the NRA.”Call to ActionNRA Board of Directors MeetingWho can attend? Article 3 Section 6 (D) “All members shall have the privilege to attend and be heard at all official meetings of the members, and shall have the right to attend all meetings of the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and standing and special committees of the Association, except during executive sessions thereof.”Where is it? Hilton IAD 13869 PARK CENTER ROAD, HERNDON, VIRGINIA, 20171, USAWhen is it? 7:30amExecutive Session - Executive sessions are generally closed discussions of a board of directors that may include invited attendees such as an executive director or certain staff members. These sessions can occur at the end of a board meeting or separate from a board meeting if no formal actions are to be taken.Entering Executive session requires a motion and a majority voteCommittee Meetings - Article 11 Section one, Standing Committees - 37 standing committees. Legal Affairs was to meet on Tues at 4:00pm in ANCFinance Committee was to meet on Thursday at 9:00amDirectors removed from committee assignments (Duane Liptak and more)  

The personal loans Marion Hammer took out on her nonprofit, Unified Sportsmen of Florida, are drawing national attention(via Bulldog, CNN, and TampaBay)“The most recent loan in 2017, for $200,000, was given to Hammer – who earns $110,000-a-year as the group’s executive director – so she could “refinance and purchase” real estate, according to Unified Sportsmen’s regulatory filings.Florida Statute 617.0833 prohibits not-for-profit corporations like Unified Sportsmen from loaning money to their directors or officers. “A loan made in violation of this section is a violation of the duty to the corporation of the directors or officers authorizing it or participating in it,” the law says. The loans of charitable assets were approved by the group’s board of directors.”DISSIDENT DONOR SLAMS NRA & MARION HAMMER WITH BYLAW CITATIONS RELATED TO POSSIBLE CORRUPTION ISSUES - Savethe2a.orgNRA Bylaws Article 5 Section 5 (A)NEW ILA GENERAL COUNSEL BRINGS MORE BAGGAGE AND NO SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE TO THE JOB… (via savethe2a and Ammoland)1. Callender has no apparent experience in politics or policy issues, nor does he have any ties to the Firearms Industry.2. Callender comes to the already troubled NRA while he is embroiled in a public legal dispute with his former employer that involves allegations of financial malfeasance and corporate irresponsibility.3. Callender comes from an industry that the Wayne LaPierre and others in the community have frequently attacked over the past decade, specifically from a company that produced “violent video games”.Lockton Affinity to Pay $1M for Administering Carry Guard Insurance in New Jersey  InsuranceJournal.com “An investigation by the department found that Kansas-based Lockton Affinity violated various state laws and regulations in administering the Carry Guard insurance program in New Jersey on behalf of the NRA.”Call to ActionNRA Board of Directors MeetingWho can attend? Article 3 Section 6 (D) “All members shall have the privilege to attend and be heard at all official meetings of the members, and shall have the right to attend all meetings of the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and standing and special committees of the Association, except during executive sessions thereof.”Where is it? Hilton IAD 13869 PARK CENTER ROAD, HERNDON, VIRGINIA, 20171, USAWhen is it? 7:30amExecutive Session - Executive sessions are generally closed discussions of a board of directors that may include invited attendees such as an executive director or certain staff members. These sessions can occur at the end of a board meeting or separate from a board meeting if no formal actions are to be taken.Entering Executive session requires a motion and a majority voteCommittee Meetings - Article 11 Section one, Standing Committees - 37 standing committees. Legal Affairs was to meet on Tues at 4:00pm in ANCFinance Committee was to meet on Thursday at 9:00amDirectors removed from committee assignments (Duane Liptak and more)  

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