Cam Edwards host of NRA News’ Cam&Co, a weekday Talk Show Covering Second Amendment-Related Issues
Cam Edwards is originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he worked in morning drive-time radio. He grew up in a gun-free household (Edward’s mother was a Kennedy Democrat). Becoming a husband and a father in his mid-20s persuaded him to buy his first firearm for protection. When asked how many guns he owns, Edwards has joked, “Less than 42.” He is currently the host of the “Cam & Company” radio show at NRA News. He lives on a 40-acre farm with his family in Farmville, Virginia.
Edwards is also a shooter and a parent who is teaching his kids to be safe and responsible when it comes to firearms. “I’ve come to realize that we’re not just fighting for our right to keep and bear arms,” says Edwards, “we’re fighting for the right to raise our children as we see fit.”
Hosted by Cam Edwards, Cam & Co is a three-hour show featuring news and views of the Second Amendment and other freedom-related issues. Tune in for interviews with NRA leaders, newsmakers, politicos, journalists and congressional leaders. It’s in-depth commentary and analysis you won’t find anywhere else.
Cam & Co airs from 2 to 5 p.m. ET on NRANews.com. The show is also simulcast on SiriusXM—tune in from 9 p.m. to midnight on Patriot Plus, or midnight to 3 a.m. on the Patriot channel—and is available on demand on iHeartRadio and iTunes.
Cam is also the Co-Author of Heavy Lifting: Grow Up, Get a Job, Raise a Family, and Other Manly Advice. What has happened to men in America? Once upon a time, men in their twenties looked forward to settling down and having children. Today, most young men seem infected by a widespread Peter Pan syndrome. Unwilling to give up the freedom to sleep late, play video games, dress like a slob, and play the field, today’s men wallow in an extended adolescence, ostensibly unaware that they’re setting themselves up for a depressing, lonely existence.
In this hilarious ode to male adulthood, Jim Geraghty and Cam Edwards—two happily married, 40-year-old men—have a simple message for their younger peers: Grow up!
Doug Ritter is the Chairman of Knife Rights
Knife Rights was organized in 2006 to ensure a Sharper Future™ for owners of one of mankind’s oldest and most commonly used tools. Elsewhere in the world, many of the knives sold and used daily in the United States are illegal or severely restricted and the restrictions are growing every day. Even in the U.S., efforts to demonize knives and to place more restrictions on knives are becoming more commonplace. Without a dedicated grassroots organization to protect our knives, they are an easy target for those who seek restrictions on our freedoms. Knife Rights is that dedicated grassroots organization.
As of June 2016, Knife Rights has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that we are building that Sharper Future™ as we Rewrite Knife Law in America™. We can count 29 legislative victories in 16 states, plus Congress.
We are standing up to the largest city in America in our Federal Civil Rights lawsuit against New York City. Our Knife Owners’ Protection Act has been introduced in both houses of Congress.
While our knives are primarily tools, ultimately our right to own and carry these tools is enshrined in the Second Amendment. The fight to protect our knives is the Second Front in Defense of the Second Amendment™. The two pillars upon which Knife Rights stands are “Essential Tools – Essential Rights™.” We cannot retain the former without the latter.
Knife Rights is really two organizations. Knife Rights, Inc. is the 501(c)(4) member advocacy organization which promotes pro-knife legislation and opposes anti-knife legislation. The Knife Rights Foundation, Inc., is the 501(c)(3) charitable and educational organization that also pursues litigation in support of knife owner civil rights.
Knife Rights can only succeed as a grassroots organization if we build our membership, because it is the votes those members represent that politicians listen to.
Here are the mission statements of Knife Rights, the 501(c)(4) membership advocacy organization, and the 501(c)(3) Knife Rights Foundation:
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Christian Tisch (Chris) is the co-host of Proclaiming Liberty radio show on KKNT 960 The Patriot on the AM dial in Phoenix, AZ.
Native of N.J., Chris Graduated 1965 Toms River High School. Attended Ocean County College, Monmouth University. Chris became Real Estate Broker in Virginia Beach Va. He also spent fourteen Years with National Federation Of Independent Businesses (NFIB) fighting for small business.
Says Chris: “At the age of 14 I read The Masters of Deceit by J. Edgar Hoover outlining step by step the communist plan to bring down the U.S. The next year I read None Dare Call it Treason By John Stormer. Finally, after reading the Humanist Manifesto by John Dewey, a committed communist, it became clear that a massive conspiracy by some of the highest officials were a party to changing the landscape of what we call “American Values”. These people knew that American values had to be undermined. Such institutions as the family unit, the schooling system, and the very moral foundation of our country, as well as our Constitution – focusing heavily on the 2nd amendment – had to be destroyed and using the Hegelian Dialectic of three steps forward two steps back it could be done. Needless to say as an NRA member, now for over 20 years, I knew that the only thing standing in their way was the 2nd amendment and millions of armed Americans who had no intention of trading liberty for slavery. In my journey to preserve the country and the values that I hold dear, including the Second Amendment, I was given the opportunity to testify before the N.J. Senate along with John R Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center, and Bob Viden, an NRA board member and a good friend of mine on the topic of smart gun legislation.”
Chris brings this kind of background, knowledge, and passion to the airwaves every Saturday night at 8:pm (AZ Time) on his radio show “Proclaiming Liberty” on KKNT 960 The Patriot Radio.
Chuck Holton is the host of “Frontlines” an NRA TV Series, is American war correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network, and a published author, and motivational speaker. Chuck is also the host of The Hot Zone Podcast.
Holton has been a freelance cameraman for Fox news, following Ret. Lt. Col. Oliver North on his travels as host of War Stories with Oliver North on the Fox News Channel.
Holton was born in 1969 in Carson City, Nevada. At age 17 Holton joined the United States Army, shipping off to basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia. Holton is a graduate of both Airborne School and Ranger School, graduating Ranger class 3-89. Holton went on to attend Jumpmaster School, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare School and Assault Climber school, and was later an instructor at the United States Military Academy at Camp Buckner. Holton was deployed to Panama for Operation Just Cause, where he served as a team leader. He served four years with the 75th Ranger Regiment.
After four years of active duty, Holton joined the Wisconsin Army National guard, where he received training as a helicopter mechanic and eventually became trained as an Aeroscout Observer, flying the Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter. His awards and decorations include the Army Service Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Senior Parachutist Badge, Ranger tab, Expert Infantryman Badge, and Combat Infantryman Badge.
Holton is the author of seven books:
He has also collaborated with Oliver North on two books:
Hour #1 Guests:
– Cam Edwards – Host of NRA News’ Cam&Co & co-author of Heavy Lifting: Grow Up, Get a Job, Raise a Family, and Other Manly Advice
– Doug Ritter – Knife Rights.org rewriting knife law in America to ensure a Sharper Future™
Hour #2 Guests:
– Chris Tisch – Co-Host of Proclaiming Liberty on KKNT 960 The Patriot Radio
– Chuck Holton – host of NRA News series Frontlines & author of “Making Men – Five Steps to Growing Up”
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