Jeff Knox is the Director of The Firearms Coalition and founder of GunVoter.org. He is a second generation rights activist, following in the footsteps of his father, gun rights legend, Neal Knox, who spent 40 years in the trenches of the gun rights battle. Jeff is a regular columnist for Ammoland and Firearms News (formerly Shotgun News), as well as a contributor to a variety of other print and online publications. He also oversees production of a regular newsletter called the Hard Corps Report, and, along with his brother Chris, maintains FirearmsCoalition.org and GunVoter.org, as well as corresponding pages on Facebook.
Natalie Foster is the CEO, Co-founder, Editor & Creator of Girl’s Guide to Guns – an online resource for females who are new to the shooting sports, an NRA Commentator, and she hosts Love At First Shot at NRAwomen.tv.
Natalie’s goal with Girl’s Guide is to concoct ways to empower women in traditionally male dominated fields through fun, feminine, and educational means.
In her spare time Natalie volunteers as a board member of her Daughters Of The American Revolution (DAR) chapter. DAR is a women’s service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education, patriotism and honoring the patriots of the Revolutionary War.
Representative Steve Montenegro was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives representing LD13 in November, 2008. He was elected by his fellow caucus members to serve as House Majority Leader for the current 52nd Legislature (2015-2016). He serves on the House Agriculture Water and Lands committee and on the Rules committee.
His primary issues include education, government transparency, protecting Second Amendment rights, agriculture and water as well as fiscal responsibility. He was the Primary Sponsor of the American Civics Act requiring Arizona’s High School students to pass the same civics test required of newly naturalized citizens, and was awarded Legislator of the Year honors by the Arizona State GOP in 2015.
Mr. Montenegro arrived in the U.S. from El Salvador when he was four when his family immigrated to the United States.
He is a District Representative in the office of Congressman Trent Franks, Arizona’s Second Congressional District, and also a minister. He was previously a teacher at the Arizona Charter Academy and Superior School in Surprise, Arizona. Rep. Montenegro interrupted his studies toward a law degree at Arizona State University in order to run for office.
He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science. Steve also holds an Associate of Arts in Theology from CBAN and Logos Christian University and currently serves as an Assistant Pastor/Youth Pastor at the Surprise Apostolic Assembly. He is also a trustee of the Arizona Christian University.
He spent five years as President of Arizona Messengers of Peace and is now Treasurer of the National Messengers of Peace and is an Advisory board Member of the Arizona Charter Academy.
He and his wife, Melissa, were married during his first legislative session. They welcomed their daughter Adelynn Abigale into their family in 2012. His hobbies are reading, playing the piano, playing golf, shooting and running.
He is running for the Senate!
Maj Toure is the Founder of Black Guns Matter (BGM), which is a group to help urban communities learn their gun rights and responsibilities.
Each BGM event includes demonstrations and discussions with experts including certified firearms instructors, lawyers, and Second Amendment activists. Throughout the nationwide BGM class, Toure, a Philly Hip Hop artist turned activist/Solutionary, sounds the alarm on politicians who espouse that urbanites should trust government to keep them safe, while, simultaneously, politicians have failed to do just that.
Maj has developed a “Solutionary” AR Platform Rifle.
“There is no white gun culture or black gun culture, there is an informed gun culture and an ignorant one.” – Maj Toure
To date, BGM has reached 17 urban communities from coast to coast including Philadelphia, Compton, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, and Atlanta. BGM Tour is funded by donors from across the country via a GoFundMe campaign.
Maj is a Solutionary Hip Hop artist and activist from North Philly. His following began after he was featured on the cover of the Philadelphia Weekly as “the Prophet of Philadelphia.” He founded the Black Guns Matter movement in 2015 and advocates for 2nd amendment education and information for urban communities. Maj has been featured in the New York Times, Breitbart News, National Public Radio, and NRANews for his out of the box approach to 2nd amendment advocacy.
In November of 2018 Dianna appeared on the cover of Time Magazine, on their issue titled “Guns In America: What 245 Americans Think About The Issue.”
“The Second Amendment is color blind, and the human right to self-defense is meant for all people, including oft-forgotten individuals of urban communities,” – Maj Toure
GunFreedomRadio EP101 Welcoming the New Year
Hour #1 Guests:
– Jeff Knox – Director of The Firearms Coalition and founder of GunVoter.org. He is a second generation rights activist, following in the footsteps of his father, gun rights legend, Neal Knox, who spent 40 years in the trenches of the gun rights battle. Jeff will be helping us today with a Year-In-Review and a look at what awaits us in 2018.
– Steve Montenegro –Representative Steve Montenegro was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives representing LD13 in November 2008. He was then elected by his fellow caucus members to serve as House Majority Leader for the current 52nd Legislature and he now is up for election to fill the US Congressional Seat previously held by Trent Franks.
– Natalie Foster – CEO, Co-founder, Editor & Creator of Girl’s Guide to Guns – an online resource for females who are new to the shooting sports, an NRA Commentator, and she hosts Love At First Shot at NRAwomen.tv. Natalie is expecting her second child, and we wanted to ask her about Shooting While Pregnant.
Hour #2 Guests:
-Maj Toure – Founder of Black Guns Matter (BGM), which is a group to help urban communities learn their gun rights and responsibilities, who rightly says, “The Second Amendment is color blind, and the human right to self-defense is meant for all people, including oft-forgotten individuals of urban communities.”
– Terry Schappert – Green Beret, TV personality, and professional actor, here to talk about his latest adventure…filming the second season of Hollywood Weapons on the Outdoor Channel! Equal parts Myth-Busters meets Buddy-Comedy meets Stuff-That-Goes-BOOM. **Unfortunately, due to scheduling issues on our end, we were unable to connect with Terry, but will reschedule him for a future show soon!**
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