‘Defending Our America’ looks at your responsibility as a citizen, along with the pitfalls of relying on the government, to protect your life and community.
What is your role when confronted with a threat to your life, your family, your property, your community?
Real folks discuss this very issue, frankly and with the authority of experience. Should you absolve yourself from responsibility and instead rely solely on 911 in perilous situations?
The video text rightly declares, “When seconds count, the police are always minutes away. It’s time we step up and take care of ourselves.”
The NRA’s “Defending Our America” presents a series of roundtable discussions by citizens from a variety of backgrounds. The overarching theme of the show is patriotism and liberty.
The series asks and explores the question of “What it takes to truly protect the American people.”
The people at the table give their unvarnished opinions and personal experiences on subjects ranging from self-defense, community involvement, voting, American values, the law, citizenship, and many more.
“No scripts. No prompts. No retakes… just a raw dose of the reality in which we live.”
Final thought: If you are not a member of the NRA, you should be. It is not exaggeration or simple inflammatory language to say that our freedoms are under assault in America today, particularly as it concerns the Second Amendment.
There are several organizations that fight for the rights of gun owners and supporters of the Constitution. The NRA and Gun Owners of America are just two such organizations. Join them both.