Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rommelvon, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. Rommelvon

    Rommelvon New Member

    Aug 6, 2006
    Goldsboro, NC
    Thats what we will be saying if we as gun owners don't stand up to the nimrods in congress...write letters, make phone calls, send e-mails, get others in to shooting sports and VOTE for pro second amendment candidates...they bleeding heart liberal left is working hard to convince the average American that gun's are evil and should be banned......and it's WORKING...hollyweird promotes an anti gun agenda, media is anti gun, many many companies that have products you buy are anti gun.....don't support them...here's a partial list.......it's a long one folks----FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS....OR LOSE THEM FOREVER!!!!!!!!

    7-Eleven Inc. - www.7-eleven.com

    20/20 Vision - http://www.2020vision.org ��������������������

    A&M Records - www.amrecords.com

    The Advertising Council - http://www.adcouncil.org

    Advocacy Institute -

    AOL / Time Warner - www.aol.com (85,000 Employees & est. 22-million subscribers/users)

    AT&T Corporation / Worldcom - http://www.att.com �������������������������������

    AMC Theatres / American Multi Cinemas Entertainment, Inc. - www.amctheaters.com ���������������������������

    American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry - http://www.aacap.org/legislation/schip3b.htm �����������������������

    American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress - http://www.aaets.org �������������������������������

    American Academy of Pediatrics - http://www.aap.org

    American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing - http://aaacn.inurse.com �������������������������

    American Alliance for Rights and Responsibilities - �������������������������������

    American Association of Retired Persons - http://www.aarp.org/intl ������������������������

    American Association of School Administrators - http://www.aasa.org

    American Association for the Surgery of Trauma - http://www.aast.org

    American Association for World Health - http://www.aawhworldhealth.org ������������

    American Association of Neurological Surgeons - http://www.neurosurgery.org/aans/index.html ����������������������

    American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences - http://www.aafcs.org ������������������������������� �

    American Bar Association - http://www.abanet.org ����������������������������

    American Civil Liberties Union - http://www.aclu.org

    American Counseling Association - http://www.counseling.org ����������������������

    American Ethical Union - http://www.aeu.org

    American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations - http://www.aflcio.org/home.htm

    American Federation of Teachers - http://www.aft.org ��

    American Firearms Association - http://www.nvcdl.org/afa.htm �����������������

    (Even the media can�t get it right on this listing. They believe this is an alternative to the NRA, like the GOA, SAF, etc.)

    American Jewish Committee - http://ajc.org

    American Jewish Congress - http://www.ajcongress.org

    American Medical Association - http://www.ama-assn.org/ ����������������

    American Medical Women�s Association - http://www.amwa-doc.org/ �����������������

    American Medical Student Association - http://www.amsa.org/ �����������������������������

    American Nurses Association - http://www.ana.org/

    American Psychological Association - http://www.apa.org/psychnet/ �����������������

    American Public Health Association - http://www.apha.org/ ������������������������������� �

    American Telephone and Telegraph Corporation/Worldcom - http://www.att.com/ �������������������������������

    American Trauma Society - http://www.amtrauma.org/ ���������������������

    Americans for Democratic Action - http://www.adaction.org/

    Americans for Gun Safety - http://ww2.americansforgunsafety.com/

    Anti-Defamation League - http://www.adl.org/

    Anti-Gun Coalition of America - http://www.bitsnet.com/agca/corps.htm

    Association of American Medical Colleges - http://www.aamc.org/ �����������������������������

    Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America - http://www.bpfna.org/ ���������������������������

    B�nai B�rith - http://bnaibrith.org/

    B'nai B'rith Women -

    Be A Voter - http://www.beavoter.org/

    Ben & Jerry�s Homemade, Inc. - www.benjerry.com

    Benton Foundation - http://www.benton.org/

    The Bible Holiness Movement, International -

    Black Mental Health Alliance -

    Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms - www.atf.treas.gov ��

    Cable News Network - CNN -

    California Mentor Initiative - http://calmentor.ca.gov/� (Not On-Line, as of this Posting).

    Capital Cities/ABC Television Network - http://abc.go.com/ ��

    Carter Center of Emery University -

    CBS - Columbia Broadcasting System - http://www.cbs.com/ �������������������������������

    Cease Fire - www.ceasefire.org

    Central Conference of American Rabbis - http://ccarnet.org/

    Center for Injury Prevention & Control - www.cdc.gov/ncipc

    Center for Media Education - http://www.cme.org/ �������������������������������

    Center for Media Literacy - http://www.medialit.org/ ������������������������

    Center for the Advanced Study of Public Safety (Firearm Injury Prevention Library) www.albany.edu/sph/injr_13i.html

    Center to Prevent Handgun Violence -

    Children�s Defense Fund - http://www.childrensdefense.org/ �����������

    Children's Safety Network -

    Church of the Brethren - http://www.cob-net.org/ ������������������

    Clorox Corporation - www.clorox.com ����

    Coalition for America's Children -

    Coalition for Peace Action - http://www.peacecoalition.org/ ��������������

    Coalition to Stop Gun Violence - http://www.gunfree.org/ ��������������������������

    Kenneth Cole - www.kennethcole.com����������������������������

    College Democrats of America - http://www.collegedems.com/ �����������������

    (How could it be, that the Democrats as a Political Party profess to be the leaders in the defense of our citizen�s Civil Liberties. When they are the first as a major Political Party, against the 2nd Amendment and an �Individual� Right to a Self-defense?).

    Colorado GAP - (Gunviolence Accountability Project) - http://www.coloradogap.org�������������������

    Committee for the Study of Handgun Misuse & World Peace -

    Common Cause - http://www.commoncause.org/

    (Do you care to see, where all that money goes? Just click on your city and/or state at: http://www.commoncause.org/laundromat/location.htm ).

    Common Sense About Kids and Guns - http://www.kidsandguns.org/

    Compuserve - http://www.compuserve.com/ ����������������

    Congress of National Black Churches, Inc. - http://www.cnbc.org/ �������������������������������

    Congress of Neurological Surgeons - http://www.neurosurgery.org/cns/ ����������

    Connect For Kids - http://www.connectforkids.org/content1550/content.htm

    Consumer Federation of America - http://www.stateandlocal.org/ ����������������

    Council of Chief State School Officers - http://www.ccsso.org/ �����������������������������

    Council of the Great City Schools - http://www.cgcs.org/ �������������������������������

    Creative Partnerships for Prevention - www.cpprev.org/contents.htm

    Criminal Justice Reference Service - www.ncjrs.org

    Dannon Company, Inc. - Dannon Yogurt - http://www.brandcenter.com/brands/A000532.html

    (Also, note that many Dannon products are no longer certified Kosher: http://www.ou.org/kosher/alerts/dannon99.htm )

    Dehere Foundation -

    Disarm Educational Fund -

    Disney Company - http://disney.go.com �������������������������������

    Drive-By-Agony www.drive-by-agony.org

    Educational Fund to End Handgun Violence - http://www.tripod.lycos.com/work/goodworks/jobs/343.html

    Environmental Action Foundation -

    Episcopal Church, USA -
    Episcopal Church - Washington Office -

    Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting - http://www.fair.org/

    Florence and John Shumann Foundation -

    Follow the Money - www.followthemoney.org

    Friends Committee on National Legislation -

    Gateway Computers -
    General Federation of Women�s Clubs -

    George Gund Fund Ambulatory Pediatric Association -

    GEICO - Government Employee�s Insurance Company -

    NRA Note: GEICO is on our list because, a few years back, an article in its policy holder magazine recommended that all firearms be removed from the home, and children should never be allowed to touch a firearm. We attempted to get GEICO to retract its statement, or at least offer another viewpoint, but to no avail. Thus, it was added to our list.

    Gray Panthers -

    Greenpeace -

    Gun Free Kids - http://www.gunfreekids.org/

    Guninfo - www.guninfo.org

    H.M. Strong Foundation -

    Hadassah -

    Hallmark Cards - www.hallmark.com

    Handgun Control, Inc.* - www.handguncontrol.org ������������������������ �

    HandsNet - http://www.handsnet.org/

    Hard Rock Caf� -
    Harris Foundation -

    HBO - Home Box Office/Cable Network -
    Hechinger Foundation -

    Help Network - www.childmmc.edu/help/helphome.htm

    International Action Network on Small Arms - http://www.iansa.org �������������������������������

    Int�l Association of Educators for World Peace -

    Int�l Ladies� Garment Workers� Union -
    Interfaith Neighbors -

    Jewish Labor Committee -

    John Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research - www.guninfo.org/hopkins.html

    Join Together Online - www.jointogether.org/gv/

    Join Together's Handgun Glossary - www.jointogether.org/gv/resources/glossary/

    Joyce Foundation - http://www.joycefdn.org

    Justice Information Center - www.ncjrs.org

    Keep Schools Safe - www.keepschoolssafe.org

    Lauder Foundation -

    Lawrence Foundation -

    League of Women Voters of the United States*� - �������������

    Levi Straus Foundation - www.levistraus.com

    Liberty Media Group / Liberty Media Corporation - http://www.health-tv.com/liberty_glance/index.html ����������

    (Please take a moment to further investigate the holdings of this little known holding company, which is presently held by, and / or owned by, AT&T).

    Lucent Technologies Inc.� - ����������������������������

    Lutheran Office for Governmental Affairs, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America -

    John D. and Catherine T. Mac Arthur Foundation -

    Manhattan Project II -

    MediaOne Group -

    Mennonite Central Committee, Washington Office - www.mbnet.mb.ca/mcc/programs/crime/gun-control.html

    Michigan Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence - http://www.mppgv.org ��������������������������� �

    Million Mom March - www.millionmommarch.com �����������������

    Morino Institute - http://www.morino.org/

    Mother Jones Gun Control Page - www.motherjones.com/mother_jones/JA96/gunlist.html

    Move On - www.MoveOn.org

    MTV - Music Television/Cable Network -

    Mulligan's Golf Center -

    National Assembly of National Voluntary Health & Social Welfare Organizations -

    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - ����������������������������

    National Association of Chain Drug Stores -

    National Association of Children�s Hospitals and Related Institutions -

    National Association of Community Health Centers -

    National Association of Counties* -
    National Association of Elementary School Principals* -

    National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners -

    National Association of Police Organizations -

    National Association of Public Hospitals -

    National Association of School Psychologists -

    National Association of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officers -

    National Association of Secondary School Principals -

    National Association of Social Workers -

    National Black Nurses� Association -

    National Center to Rehabilitate Violent Youth -

    National Coalition Against Domestic Violence -

    National Coalition on Television Violence - www.nctvv.org �������

    National Commission for Economic Conversion & Disarmament -

    National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA -

    National Council of Jewish Women -

    National Council on Family Relations -

    National Council of La Raza -

    National Council of Negro Women -

    National Crime Prevention Council - www.ncpc.org

    National Education Association* - ����

    National League of Cities -

    National Network for Youth -

    National Network of Violence Prevention Practitioners - �����

    National Organization for Women - �������������

    National Organization on Disability -

    National Parent, Teachers Association*� -

    National Parks and Conservation Association -

    National Peace Foundation -

    National People�s Action -

    National Political Congress of Black Women -

    National Safe Kids Campaign -

    National Spinal Cord Injury Association -

    National Urban League, Inc. -

    National Urban Coalition -

    National Victim Center - www.nvc.org

    NCR Corp. - ������� �������������������������������

    The Nelson Foundation - http://webofhope.org

    Netscape -

    NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby -

    New Line Cinema -

    New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, Inc. - nyagv@nyagv.org ��

    Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence - http://www.geocities.com/ocagv/

    Ortenberg Foundation -

    Pacific Center for Violence Prevention - www.pcvp.org ��������

    PACT (Parents And Children Together), To Stop Violence -

    Partnerships Against Violence - http://www.pavnet.org/ ��������������������������

    Potomac Institute - http://www.potomac-inc.org/

    PAX - http://www.paxusa.org ���������������������������

    Peace Action - www.webcom.com/peaceact

    People for the American Way -

    PETA - http://www.peta-online.org/ �������������

    Physicians for Social Responsibility - www.psr.org

    Police Foundation -

    Project on Demilitarization and Democracy -

    PR Newswire - http://www.prnewswire.com/

    Public Citizen -

    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - http://www.rwjf.org/index.jsp

    SaferWorld -

    Safe Schools/Safe Students - http://www.stwnews.org/

    Safe State - http://www.safestate.org/

    Sara Lee - www.saralee.com ����

    Showtime Cable Network -

    Sierra Club - http://www.sierraclub.org

    Silent March Against Gun Violence - www.planeteria.net/home/cccpgv/silentmarch.html

    Society of Critical Care Medicine -

    Southern Christian Leadership Conference -
    Southwestern Bell -

    SSM Health Care System - www.ssmhc.com/internet/home/ssmcorp.nsf

    Starbucks Coffee Company - http://www.starbucks.com�����������������������

    Student Pledge Against Gun Violence - www.pledge.org

    Tele-Communications, Inc. - http://www.attbroadband.com

    The Council of the Great City Schools - http://www.cgcs.org/ `�����������������������������

    The Synergetic Society -

    AOL/Time-Warner - www.aol.com (85,000 Employees & est. 22-million subscribers/users) ����������������������������

    TMP Worldwide/Monster.Com - http://www.tmpw.com/ and http://www.monster.com/ ����������������������

    Tomkins PLC - http://www.tomkins.co.uk/ ��������������������

    Tota Company - http://www.totacompany.com

    Trauma Foundation - www.traumafdn.org

    U.S. Catholic Conference, Dept. of Social Development -

    Union of American Hebrew Congregations - http://uahc.org/ ���
    Unitarian Universalist Association - http://www.uua.org/

    United Church of Christ, Office for Church in Society* - http://www.dfms.org/

    United Methodist Church, General Board of Church & Society - http://www.umc-gbcs.org/

    United Nations - http://www.un.org/

    United States Catholic Conference - http://www.nccbuscc.org/ ������������������������

    United States Conference of Mayors - http://www.usmayors.org/

    Viacom Inc./Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. - http://www.viacom.com �������������������������

    Violence Policy Center - www.vpc.org ����������

    Walt Disney Company - http://disney.go.com �������������������������������

    War and Peace Foundation - http://www.warpeace.org/WPmn.html

    Women Strike for Peace - http://www.iacenter.org/wsfp.htm

    Women�s Action for New Directions - http://www.wand.org/ �����������������������������

    Women�s Int�l League for Peace and Freedom - http://www.wilpf.org/

    Women�s National Democratic Club - http://www.democraticwoman.com/

    Working Assets - http://www.workingforchange.com/index.cfm

    World Spiritual Assembly, Inc. -

    Young & Rubicon -

    Young Texans Against Gun Violence - http://www.ytagv.org/index2.htm ���������

    Young Women�s Christian Association of the U.S.A. - http://www.ywca.org/ �����������������������������

    *The national organization only endorses federal legislation.


    Anti-Gun Celebrities & Individuals

    The following celebrities and national figures have lent their name and notoriety to Anti-Gun causes, speaking out for Anti-Gun legislation and providing a voice for Anti-Gun Organizations.


    Bold, Underlined, with Asterisk - Denotes membership on HCI�s National Committee


    Aaliyah - Singer

    Aerosmith - Pop Music group

    Allen, Krista - Actress

    Allen, Steve - Entertainer*

    Amis, Suzy - Actress

    Anderson, Louis - Comedian

    Anderson, Richard Dean - Actor

    Arquette, David - Actor

    Asner, Ed - Actor


    Baldwin, Alec - Actor

    Barker, Bob - TV/Game Show & Miss America Pageant Personality

    Bacon, Kevin - Actor

    Bacall, Lauren - Actress*

    Baldwin, William - Actor

    Ban -Breathnach, Sarah - Writer

    Barrymore, Drew - Actress

    Bayer-Sager, Carol - Composer

    Beastie Boys - Music Group

    Belzer, Richard - Actor

    Bennett, Tony - Singer

    Bergen, Candice - Actress

    Better Than Ezra - MP3 Artist

    Bogdonovich, Peter - Director

    Bonerz, Peter - Actor

    Bon Jovi, Jon - Singer

    Boys II Men - Music Group

    Bracco-Quinn, Elizabeth - Actress

    Bratt, Benjamin - Actor

    Ban -Breathnach, Sarah - Writer

    Bridges, Beau - Actor

    Bridges, Lloyd - Actor*

    Brill, Steven - Author

    Brinkley, Christie - Model

    Brooks, Albert - Actor

    Brooks, James - TV Producer

    Brooks, Mel - Actor/Director

    Brothers, Dr. Joyce - Psychologist/Author

    Brolin, James - Actor

    Bruckheimer, Bonnie - Movie Producer

    Buckley, Betty - Actress

    Burstyn, Ellen - Actress*


    Canary, David - Actor

    Capshaw, Kate - Actress

    Carey, Mariah - Singer

    Charles, Josh - Actor

    Child, Julia - Author/Chef*

    Chartloff, Robert - Producer

    Channing, Stockard - Actress

    Clayburgh, Jill - Actress

    Clooney, Rosemary - Singer

    Clark, Terri - Singer

    Cooper, Jackie - Actor/Director*

    Connolly, Jennifer - Actress

    Collins, Judy - Singer

    Costner, Kevin - Actor

    Connery, Sean - Actor

    Cronyn, Hume - Actor*

    Crow, Sheryl - Singer

    Cronkite, Walter - Former CBS News Anchor

    Cypher, July - Director


    Dahl, Arlene - Actress

    Davis, Clive - Writer

    Dano, Linda - Actress

    Damon, Matt - Actor

    Dawber, Pam - Actress

    Darbo, Patrika - Actress

    Damon, Stuart - Actor

    Degeneres, Ellen - Actress

    De Becker, Gavin - Writer

    De Mornay, Rebecca - Actress

    De Vito Danny - Actor

    Douglas, Michael - Actor

    Donahue, Phil - TV/Former Talk Show Host

    Donner, Richard - Director

    Drescher, Fran - Actress

    Dreyfus, Richard - Actor

    Duchovny, David - Actor

    Duncan, Sandy - Actress


    Ebersole, Christine - Actress

    Edmonds, Kenneth �Babyface�� - Singer

    Elliott, Missy - Singer

    Ephron, Nora - Director

    Ertegun, Ahmet - Music Producer

    Estefan, Gloria - Singer


    Etheridge, Melissa - Singer


    Fairbanks, Douglas, Jr. - Actor*

    Farrow, Mia - Actress

    Farrell, Mike - Actor

    Fisher, Carrie - Actress

    Field, Sally - Actress

    Flutie, Doug - NFL player

    Flagg, Fannie - Actress

    Fonda, Jane - Actress

    Fox, Rick - NBA Player


    Garcia, Andy - Actor

    Garfunkel, Art - Singer

    Getty, Estelle - Actress

    Geraldo - TV/Talk Show Personality

    Gere, Richard - Actor

    Gifford, Kathie Lee - TV/Talk Show Personality

    Glaser, Paul - TV director

    Glenn, John - Former, U.S. Astronaut/Senator

    Gooch, Brad - Writer

    Goo Goo Dolls - Pop Music Group

    Gould, Elliott - Actor

    Gossett, Louis, Jr. - Actor

    Gross, Michael - Actor*

    Grahn, Nancy Lee - Actress

    Gray, Spalding - Actor

    Gumbel, Bryant - TV/Sports Personality


    Hall, Deidra - Actress

    Hawke, Ethan - Actor

    Hartley, Mariette - Actress*

    Harmon, Mark - Actor

    Heche, Anne - Actress

    Hessman, Howard - Actor

    Henner, Marilu - Actress

    Hippopotamus - MP3 Music Artist

    Holbrook, Hal - Actor*

    Houston, Whitney - Singer

    Hunt, Helen - Actress


    Ingle, Grace-Lynne - Actress

    Ingle, John - Actor


    James, Francesca - TV Producer

    Jewison, Norman - Director


    Kazan, Lainie - Actress

    Karn, Richard - Actor

    Kemp, Barry - TV Producer

    Kemp, Margaret - Interior Designer

    Kelley, David E.� - TV Producer

    Keaton, Diane - Actress

    Khan, Chaka - Singer

    Kline, Kevin - Actor

    Knight, Michael E.� - Actor

    Kozol, Jonathan - Writer

    Kovacs, William - Director

    Kravits, Lenny - Singer

    Kudrow, Lisa - Actress

    Kurth, Wally - Actor


    Lahti, Christine - Actress

    Lang, k.d.� - Singer

    Lake, Ricki - TV/Talk Show personality

    Leary, Denis - Actor

    Lemmon, Jack - Actor*

    Leguizamo, John - Actor

    Lear, Norman - TV Producer

    Lee, Spike - Movie Director

    Linden, Hal - Actor

    Linde, Lisa - Actress

    Lipinski, Tara - Former Olympian

    Lord, Jack - Actor

    Johnson, Keyshawn - NFL player

    Lowe, Rob - Actor


    Madonna - Singer

    Manilow, Barry - Singer

    Mandel, Howie - Actor

    Manheim, Camryn - Actress

    Maples, Marla - Actress

    Marshall, Amanda - Singer

    Marshall, Penny - Actor/Director

    Mason, Marsha - Actress*

    Mase - Singer

    Matchbox 20 - Pop Music Group

    Merchant, Natalie - Singer

    Midler, Bette - Singer

    Minor, Shane - Musician

    Moore, Mary Tyler - Actress

    Morris, Norval - Law Professor

    Myers, Mike - Actor


    Mac Lachlan, Kyle � Actor


    Mc Daniel, John - Musician

    Mc Knight, Brian - Musician

    Mc Mahon, Ed - TV/Talk Show Personality


    N-Sync - Singer

    Najimy, Kathy - Actress

    Nelson Willie - Country Singer

    Newman, Paul - Actor*

    Nichols, Mike - Director

    Nichols, Stephen - Actor

    Nicholson, Jack - Actor

    Nilson, Harry - Singer

    Nimoy, Leonard - Actor


    O�Donnel, Rosie - Actress/Talk Show Host - http://www.rosiemagazine.com/causes/index.jsp

    There is currently a poll being conducted at the Web Address here, in which Rosie wishes to find out how you feel about Gun Control.

    O�Neill, Jennifer - Actress

    Ormond, Julia - Actress


    Patinkin, Mandy - Actor

    Pauley, Jane - TV Personality

    Parker, Sarah Jessica - Actress

    Peck, Gregory - Actor/Honorary Chairman HCI*

    Pfieffer, Michelle - Actress

    Pollack, Sydney - Director


    Quinn, Aidan - Actor

    Quinn, Colin - Actor

    Bracco-Quinn, Elizabeth - Actress

    Quaid, Dennis - Actor


    Raitt, Bonnie - Singer

    Reckell, Peter - Actor

    Redford, Robert - Actor/Director

    Reiser, Paul - Actor

    Reiner, Rob - Actor/Director

    Reynolds, Debbie - Actress

    Retton, Mary Lou - Former Olympian

    Rigby, Cathy - Actress

    Rice, Anne - Writer

    Richardson, Natasha - Actress

    Rivera, Geraldo - TV - Talk Show Personality

    Rogers, Fred - TV - Kids Show, Mr. Rogers

    Robbins, Tim - Actor

    Roberts, Julia - Actress

    Rogers, Will, Jr. - Actor*

    Rosen, Marc - TV Producer

    Russo, Renee - Actress

    Ruzan, Robin - Wife of Actor Mike Myers (see above)

    Ryan, Meg - Actress


    Sarandon, Susan - Actress

    Section 8 - MP3 Artist

    Sedgwick, Kyra - Actress

    Seinfeld, Jerry - Actor

    Sheen, Martin - Actor

    Simmons, Russell - Record Producer

    Simon, Neil - Author/Playwright*

    Sofer, Rena - Actress

    Sorel, Louise - Actress

    Sorvino, Mira - Actress

    Spears, Britany - Pop Music Singer

    Spirtas, Kevin - Actor

    Springsteen, Bruce - Pop Music Singer

    Stanton, Harry Dean - Actor

    Steiger, Rod - Actor*

    Steinberg, David - Director

    Stewart, Patrick - Actor

    Sting - Pop Music Singer

    Stone, Sharon - Actress

    Streep, Meryl - Actress

    Streisand, Barbara - Singer

    Styler, Trudie - Actress


    The Temptations - Pop Music Group

    Testaverde, Vinny - NFL player

    Thomas, Jonathan Taylor - Actor

    Thomas, Marlo - Actress*

    Thurman, Uma - Actress

    Tisch, Steve - Producer

    Torrez, Mike - Former Baseball player

    Twain, Shania - Singer



    Van Dyke, Dick - Actor


    Wallach, Eli - Actor*

    Warrick, Ruth - Actress*

    Weaver, Sigourney - Actress

    Webster, Victor - Actor

    Weinstein, Harvey - Producer

    Wenner, Jann - Publisher

    Whitmore, James - Actor*

    Widmark, Richard - Actor

    Williams, Andy - Singer*

    Williams, Venassa - Model/Singer/Actress

    Wilson, Rita - Actress

    Winfrey, Oprah - Entertainer

    Winkler, Henry - Actor/Director/Producer

    Woodward, Joanne - Actress*

    Wouk, Herman - Author



    Yarrow, Peter - Singer


    Zappa, Ahmet

    Zappa, Diva

    Zappa, Dweezil - Musician

    Zappa, Gail

    Zappa, Moon

    Bold, Underlined, with Asterisk - Denotes membership on HCI�s National Committee


    National Figures:

    Bold, Underlined, with Asterisk - Denotes membership on HCI�s National Committee

    Alpert, Joel J., M.D. - Pediatrician

    Albom, Mitch - Radio announcer

    Bankoff, Jim - AOL Executive

    Baum, Phil - Executive Director/The American Jewish Congress

    Beard, Michael K. - President/Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

    Benton, Marjorie C. - HCI National Committee*

    Bernstein, Robert, Ph.D. - Pediatrician

    Birenbaum, David - Board of Directors/HCI

    Bogus, Carl - Board of Directors/HCI

    Bonior, David E. - U.S. Rep., Minority Whip, D-MI:

    Boxer, Barbara - U.S. Sen., D-CA:

    Brady, Sarah - Chair/HCI

    Brandt, Janice - AOL Executive

    Brennan, Robert E. - Financier

    Browning, Edmond, Bishop - Episcopal Leader

    Bushkin, Kathy - AOL Executive

    Carter, James E. - Former, Democrat President

    Case, Steve - AOL Chief Executive

    Rodham-Clinton, Hillary - U.S. Sen., D-NY:

    Clinton, William Jefferson - Former, Democrat President

    Cohen, Marshall - AOL Executive

    Coleman, Fran - State Rep., CO

    Corderman, John - Board of Directors/HCI

    Cronyn, Hume - HCI National Committee*

    Curran, Joseph - HCI National Committee*


    Dart, Stephan - HCI National Committee*

    Daschle, Tom - U.S. Sen., Minority Leader, D-SD:

    Mathai-Davis, Prema - CEO/YWCA

    Dellums, Ron - U.S. Rep., D-

    Dorf, Matthew - Director - Government Affairs/The American Jewish Congress

    Dorman, William - HCI National Committee*

    Dunfey, Gerald - HCI National Committee*


    Wright-Edelman, Marian � Director/Children�s Defense Fund

    Eisner, Michael - Chairman/CEO/The Walt Disney Company

    Etzioni, Amitai - Teacher

    Fattah, Chaka - U.S. Rep., - D-PA: Fattah@12022255392.iddd.tpc.int

    Feeley, Mike - State Sen., CO

    Feinstien, Diane - U.S. Sen., D-CA

    Fisher, Lee - Board of Directors/HCI

    Frank, Barney - U.S. Rep. D-MA

    Freston, Tom - President/MTV

    Gephardt, Dick - U.S. Rep., Minority Leader, D-MO: gephardt@mail.house.gov

    Gibson, Kenneth - HCI National Committee*

    Glaser, Jos. B., Rabbi - Clergyman/HCI National Committee*

    Gordon, Ken - (D) State Rep., Denver, CO

    Gotbaum, Betsy - HCI National Committee*

    Gross, Michael - HCI National Committee*


    Jones-Halberstam, Elliot - HCI National Committee*

    Hale, Lorraine E., Dr.� - Social Worker

    Hatcher, Richard - HCI National Committee*

    Gray-Hayes, Janet - HCI National Committee*

    Hechinger, John - Board of Directors/HCI

    Heiskell, Andrew - HCI National Committee*

    Hernandez, Rob - (D) State Sen., Denver, CO

    Hughes, Della M.� - Activist



    Jackson, Alexine Clement - President/YWCA

    Jackson, Maynard - Mayor, Atlanta*

    Jacques, Cheryl A. - State Sen., MA

    Jenkins, Keith - AOL Executive

    Jenner, Albert Jr. - HCI National Committee*

    Kennedy, Edward (Ted or Teddy) Moore, - U.S. Senator

    Kennedy, Ethel - Co-Chair/Coalition to Stop Gun Violence/Wife of former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy

    Scott-King, Coretta - Co-Chair/Coalition to Stop Gun Violence/Widow of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Knight, Shirley - HCI National Committee*

    Koch, Ed - Former, NYC Politician

    Koop, C. Everett - Former, Surgeon General

    Kuroiwa, Wallace Ryan, Rev. - Clergyman


    Kennedy-Lawford, Patricia - HCI National Committee*

    Leonard, Robert (Bob) - ABCRN host

    Levi, Edward - HCI National Committee*

    Levin, Gerald M. - Chairman/Chief Executive/Time Warner

    Liederman, Davis S. - Ex. Dir. Child Welfare League

    Lindsay, John - HCI National Committee*

    Linkhart, Doug - State Sen., CO

    Lowenstein, Larry - Board of Directors/HCI

    Mace, Frana - State Rep., CO

    Mangravite, Sandra - Jewelry designer.

    Menitaff, Paul,� Rabbi - Clergyman

    Mikva, Abner - Former, Judge

    Morrison, Mary - (R) State Rep., Manitou Springs, CO

    Murphy, Patrick - HCI National Committee*

    Mc Michael, Jane - HCI National Committee*
    McKelvey, Andrew - Owner, Monster.com

    Newton, George D. Jr. - HCI National Committee*

    Palmeri, Victor - HCI National Committee*
    Parsons, Richard - AOL /Time Warner/co-COO

    Pascoe, Pat - (D) State Sen., Denver, CO

    Peterson, Russell - HCI National Committee*
    Phillips, John - Board of Directors/HCI

    Pittman, Robert W. - AOL /Time Warner/co-COO

    Price, Sol - HCI National Committee*
    Pritzker, Jay - Chairman/CEO Hyatt Corporation


    Raiser, Helen - Board of Directors/HCI
    Rector, Milton - HCI National Committee*
    Rockefeller, Steven - Financier

    Rogers, Will Jr. - HCI National Committee*
    Rosenberg, Ellen Y. � Activist

    Rosenblatt, Maurice - Board of Directors/HCI

    Rouse, James W. - HCI National Committee*

    Rupert, Dorothy - State Sen., Co

    Rush, Bobby - U.S. Representative

    (�Ultimately, I would like to see the manufacture and possession of handguns banned except for military and police.

    But that's the endgame.� - December 5, 1999, �Chicago Tribune�).

    Sacks, Jonathan - AOL Executive

    Saperstein, David, Rabbi - Clergyman

    Scannel, Herb - President/Nickelodeon

    Schindler, Alexander M., Rabbi - Clergyman/HCI National Committee*
    Schiraldi, Vincent - Director/Justice Policy Institute

    Schumer, Charles - U.S. Senator/Former, U.S. Rep.

    Shields, Jeanne - Board of Directors/HCI

    Shields, Nelson T. "Pete", III - Founding Chair/HCI

    Singer Peter - Animal Rights Advocate

    Stern, Odile - Board of Directors/HCI

    Strom, Lyle Elmer - Federal Judge

    Stuntz, Mayo S., Jr. - COO/AOL/Interactive Services Group

    Taney, Emanuel, Dr. - HCI National Committee*
    Turner, R. E. "Ted"� - V. Chrm/Sr. Advisor - AOL-TW



    Volk, Joe - Clergyman

    Vradenburg, George, III - AOL Executive

    Warrick, Ruth - HCI National Committee*

    Welles, Edward O. - Board of Directors/HCI

    Wham, Dottie - (R) State Sen., Denver, CO

    Wheat, Francis - HCI National Committee*

    Williams, Suzanne - (D) State Rep., Aurora, CO

    Windels, Sue - State Rep., CO



    Yoffie, Eric H., Rabbi � Clergyman


    Zimmerman, Paul - (D) State Rep., Thornton, CO

    Bold, Underlined, with Asterisk - Denotes membership on HCI�s National Committee


    The following journalists actively editorialize in favor of gun control laws:


    Auth, Tony - Cartoonist

    Benson, Steve - Cartoonist

    Block, Herbert - Cartoonist

    Borgman, Jim - Cartoonist

    Carlson, Stuart - Cartoonist

    Lane, Mike - Cartoonist

    Luckovich, Mike - Cartoonist

    Margulies, Jimmy - Cartoonist

    Marlette, Doug - Cartoonist

    Morin, Jim - Cartoonist

    Peters, Mike - Cartoonist

    Rogers, Rob - Cartoonist

    Siers, Kevin - Cartoonist

    Stein, Ed - Cartoonist

    Thompson, Mike - Cartoonist

    Toles, Tim - Cartoonist

    Trudeau, Garry - Cartoonist

    Wright, Don - Cartoonist


    Albom, Mitch - Columnist

    Breslin, Jimmy - Columnist

    Buchwald, Art - Columnist

    Cocco, Marie - Columnist

    Dionne, E.J.,� Jr. - Columnist

    Erbe, Bonnie - Columnist

    Fiedler, Tom - Columnist

    Gartner, Michael - Columnist

    Genrich, Mark - Columnist

    Harwood, Richard - Columnist

    Herbert, Bob - Columnist

    Ivins, Molly - Columnist

    Johnson, Bill - Columnist

    Kaul, Donald - Columnist

    Landers, Ann - Columnist

    Larson, Leonard - Columnist

    Mathis, Deborah - Columnist

    McCarthy, Colman - Columnist

    Mc Grory, Mary - Columnist

    Reno, Robert - Columnist

    Rich, Frank - Columnist

    Richards, Cindy - Columnist

    Tucker, Cynthia - Columnist

    Twomey, Steve - Columnist

    Villano, Steve - Columnist

    Washington, Adrienne - Columnist


    Glassman. James - Editor

    Teepen, Tom - Editor


    Anti-Gun Publication and Media Outlets

    The following publications and media outlets have assisted in the attack on Second Amendment Rights. The editorial policies of some of the media sources listed portray firearms in a negative manner in an attempt to generate public support for restrictions on firearm ownership. Others have refused some or all of NRA�s advertisements.

    Capital Cities/ABC Television Network

    77 W. 66th Street

    New York, NY 10023-6298

    (212) 456-7777

    Bell Atlantic-D.C.

    2055 L Street, N.W.

    Washington, D.C. 20036

    (202) 392-9900

    Better Homes and Gardens

    1716 Locust Street

    Des Moines, IA 50309-3023

    (515) 284-3000

    Blue Chip Stamps

    15801 S. Eastern Avenue

    Los Angeles, CA 90040

    (213) 720-4600

    The Christian Publishing Society

    The Christian Science Monitor

    One Norway Street

    Boston, MA 02115

    (508) 586-6200

    Columbia Broadcasting Service

    CBS Television Network

    51 W. 52nd Street

    New York, NY 10019

    (212) 975-4321.�

    Corporation For Public Broadcasting/ PBS Television

    1320 Braddock Place

    Alexandria, VA 22314-1698

    (703) 739-5000

    Fax - (703) 739-0775

    Cox Newspapers

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Credibank Towers, Suite 400

    2800 Biscayne Blvd.

    Miami, FL 33137

    (305) 576-7678

    Gannett News Service

    USA Today/Detroit News/Port Huron-Times Herald

    1000 Wilson Blvd.

    Arlington, VA 22229

    (703) 276-5806

    Johnson Publishing Company, Inc.

    Ebony Magazine

    820 S. Michigan Avenue

    Chicago, IL 60605-2190

    (312) 322-9250

    Knight-Ridder Newspapers

    Detroit Free-Press

    321 W. La Fayette Blvd.

    Detroit, MI 48231

    (313) 222-6400

    Miami Herald

    One Herald Plaza

    Miami, FL 33132-1683

    (305) 350-2111

    Los Angeles Times

    Times Mirror Square

    Los Angeles, California 90053

    (213) 237-4511

    Fax. - (213) 237-7679

    McCall�s Magazine

    110 Fifth Avenue

    New York, NY 10017-5603

    (212) 463-1000

    National Broadcasting Company

    NBC Television Network

    30 Rockefeller Plaza

    New York, NY 10112

    (212) 664-4444

    Newsweek, Inc.

    Newsweek Magazine

    444 Madison Avenue

    New York, NY 10022-6999

    (212) 350-4000

    Rolling Stone Magazine

    Jann Wenner, Chrm. & CEO

    745 5th, Avenue

    New York, NY 10151

    (212) 758-3800

    The New York Times Corporation

    The New York Times

    229 W. 43rd Street

    New York, NY 10036

    (212) 556-1234

    Time Magazine

    Time & Life Building

    Rockefeller Center

    New York, NY 10020

    (212) 522-1212

    Times-Mirror Corporation

    The Los Angeles Times

    Times Mirror Square

    Los Angeles, CA 90053

    213) 237-3000

    The Baltimore Sun

    501 N. Calvert Street

    Baltimore, MD 21278

    (301) 332-6300

    The Tribune Company

    Chicago Tribune

    435 N. Michigan Avenue

    Chicago, IL 60611

    (312) 227-3000

    Washington Post

    1150 15th Street, N.W.

    Washington, D.C. 20071

    (202) 334-6000



    Directory of Companies - http://www.bitsnet.com/agca/corps.htm

    Anti-Gun Corporations/Corporate Heads

    The following listing includes the most prominent national corporations and/or corporate heads that have used the company name while actively supporting anti-gun proposals or organizations.

    The Advertising Council

    Peggy Conlon, President/CEO

    261 Madison Ave., 11th Fl.
    New York, NY 10016-
    (212) 984-1948
    (212) 922-1676 - Fax



    Public Service (???) Advertising

    A & M Records
    Al Cafaro, Chrm./CEO
    595 Madison Ave.
    New York, N.Y. 10022-
    (212) 826-0477
    Record Production, Entertainment

    American Century Companies
    James E. Stowers, CEO
    4500 Main St., 4th Floor
    Kansas City, MO 64111-
    (816) 531-5575
    Mutual Fund & Stock Investment Company on NYSE

    The American Jewish Congress
    Jack Rosen, President

    Phil Baum, Executive Director

    15 E. 84th St.

    New York, NY 10028

    (212) 360-1540

    (212) 249-3672 - Fax

    Government Affairs:

    Matthew Dorf, Director

    2027 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.

    Washington, D.C. 20036-

    (202) 332-4001


    The American Jewish Congress has long supported restrictive gun laws. However, they are now engaged in active Congressional lobbying for passage of legislation that infringes on Second Amendment Rights.

    American Multi Cinemas Entertainment, Inc.
    Stanley H. Durwood, Co-Chairman/CEO

    Peter C. Brown, President, CFO
    106 W. 14th St., #1700
    Kansas City, MO 64141-
    (816) 221-4000
    Movie Theater Company

    AOL - Time Warner Inc. �������

    Board of Directors:

    Stephen M. Case, Chrm.

    Gerald M. Levin, CEO

    Richard D. Parsons, Co-COO

    Robert W. Pittman, Co-COO,

    R. E. "Ted" Turner, V. Chrm/Sr. Advisor

    Kenneth J. Novack, V. Chrm

    Daniel F. Akerson, Chrm/CEO-XO Communications Inc

    James L. Barksdale, Partner-The Barksdale Group

    Stephen F. Bollenbach, President/CEO-Hilton Hotels Corporation

    Frank J. Caufield, Partner-Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

    Miles R. Gilburne, Partner-CGLS Fund

    Ambassador Carla A. Hills, Chrm/CEO-Hills & Co., Former, United States Trade Representative.

    Reuben Mark, Chrm/CEO-Colgate-Palmolive Co

    Michael A. Miles, Former, Chrm/CEO-Philip Morris Companies Inc.

    Franklin D. Raines, Chrm/CEO-Fannie Mae

    Francis T. Vincent, Jr., Chrm-Vincent Enterprises.

    AOL-TW, Holdings:

    America Online, AOL, AOL Anywhere, AOL@school, AOL International, Atlantic Records, Cartoon Network, CompuServe, D.C. Comics, Digital City, Digital Marketing Services, Electra, Fortune Magazine, Harry Potter Books, Home Box Office (HBO-Cinemax), ICQ, In Style, iPlanet, MapQuest, Moviefone, Netscape Communications, New Line Cinema, People Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Teen People Magazine, Time Inc., Time Warner Cable, Time Warner Foundation, Time Warner Trade� Publishing, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., Turner Entertainment Group, CNN News Group, The WB Television Network, Warner Bros., Warner Music Group, Spinner-Winamp-SHOUTcast, AOL-TW, Business Initiatives:

    AOL Time Warner Inc.
    AOL Time Warner Building
    75 Rockefeller Plaza
    New York, NY 10019-
    (212) 484-8000



    (On January 11, 2001 America Online, Inc. completed its merger with Time Warner Inc., to form AOL Time Warner Inc.

    AOL Time Warner has interests in Internet Services, including AOL, Netscape and CompuServe;

    filmed entertainment and television production including Warner Brothers and New Line Cinema;

    recorded music and music publishing;

    book and magazine publishing;

    cable television systems; cable television programming and television broadcasting, including: CNN, Cartoon Network, Headline News, TNT, Turner Classic Movies, WTBS Superstation, HBO, Cinemax, and the WB Television Network).

    Argosy Casino
    H. Steven Norton, President/CEO
    777 N.W. Argosy Pkwy.
    Riverside, MO 64150-
    (816) 746-7711
    Gambling Casino Company

    AT&T (American Telephone & Telegraph Corporation)�������

    C. Michael Armstrong, Chrm./CEO�����������

    Board of Directors:

    C. Michael Armstrong, 60, Chrm./CEO, Director since 1997. 4,6.

    Kenneth T. Derr, 62, Chrm./CEO - Chevron Corporation, Director since 1995. 1,2.

    M. Kathryn Eickhoff, 59, President, Eickhoff Economics Inc., Director since 1987. 1,5.

    Walter Y. Elisha, 66, Ret. Chrm./CEO - Springs Industries, Inc., Director since 1987. 3,5.�����������

    George M. C. Fisher, 58, Chrm./CEO - Eastman Kodak Company, Director since 1997. 2,5.

    Donald V. Fites, 64, Ret. Chrm./CEO - Caterpillar, Inc., Director since 1997. 3,5.

    Amos B. Hostetter, 62, Non-Exec. Chrm. - AT&T Broadband and Internet Services. Director since 1999.

    Ralph S. Larsen, 60, Chrm./CEO - Johnson & Johnson, Director since 1995. 1,5.

    John C. Malone, 58, Chrm. - Liberty Media Group, Director since 1999.

    Donald F. Mc Henry, 62, President, IRC Group, Former, U. N. Ambassador, Director since 1986. 1,2,3,4.

    Louis A. Simpson, 63, President/CEO - GEICO Corporation, Director since 2000.

    Michael I. Sovern, 67, President Emeritus and Chancellor Kent Professor of Law, Columbia University, Director since 1984.


    Sanford I. Weill, ?, Chrm./Co-CEO - Citigroup, Director since 1998. 1,5.

    John D. Zeglis, 51, Chrm./CEO, AT&T Wireless Group, Director since 1997. 3.

    1. Audit Committee, 2. Compensation and Employee Benefits Committee, 3. Governance and Nominating Committee,

    4. Executive Committee, 5. Finance Committee, 6. Proxy Committee. Ages are as of January 1, 1999.

    AT&T Holdings:

    AT&T Broadband:

    AT&T Digital Cable, AT&T Digital Phone Service, AT&T@Home, AT&T Road Runner, Tele-Communications Inc., Worldcom.

    Liberty Media Group:

    AT&T Foundation:

    Officers and Trustees:

    Richard J. Martin, Chrm/Trustee, Harold W. Burlingame, Trustee, David P. Condit Trustee, David Grain, Trustee,

    John C. Guerra, Jr., Trustee, William H. Oliver, Trustee, Barbara Peda, Trustee, Ray Robinson, Trustee,

    Esther Silver-Parker, President/Trustee, Timothy J. Mc Climon, Exec. Dir., Robert Angelica, Treasurer,

    Vivian Nero, Secretary

    Liberty Media Group:������������������

    John C. Malone - Chrm.

    Robert R. Bennett - President/CEO

    Gary S. Howard - Exec. V. P./COO

    Miranda Curtis - President, Liberty Media International

    Lucent Technologies �����

    NCR ���������������������

    32 Avenue of the Americas
    New York, NY 10013-
    (212) 387-5400



    Telecommunications Services.

    It should also be noted, that Lucent Technologies and NCR, are both current spin-offs of the AT&T break-up.� [rf].

    Ben & Jerry�s Homemade, Inc.
    Bennett R. Cohen Chrm./CEO
    Rte. 100, Box 240
    Waterbury, VT 05676-0240
    (802) 244-5641
    Ice cream and frozen yogurt

    Benton Foundation

    Board of Directors:

    Charles Benton, Chrm/Trustee

    Marjorie C. Benton, Trustee

    Shelly Benton

    Worth Bruntjen, Treasurer

    Elizabeth Daley

    Terry Goddard

    Jorge Reina Schement

    Harold A. Richman

    Henry Rivera, General Counsel

    Leonard Schrager, Trustee

    Andrea L. Taylor

    Terry Tinson Saario

    Other projects:

    Connect for Kids - www.connectforkids.org , Open Studio: The Arts Online - www.openstudio.org ,

    Debate America - www.debateamerica.org , Oneworld US - www.oneworldus.org ,

    Sound Partners for Community Health - www.soundpartners.org

    950 18th St., N.W.
    Washington DC 20006-
    1800 K Street NW, 2nd Fl.
    Washington DC 20006-

    (202) 638-5770
    (202) 638-5771 - Fax


    BJC Health Systems
    Fred L. Brown, President/CEO
    4444 Forest Park Ave.
    St. Louis, MO 63108-
    (314) 747-9322
    Healthcare Company

    Blue Cross Blue Shield - Kansas City
    John P. Mascotte, President
    P.O. Box - 419169
    Kansas City, MO 64141-9169
    (816) 395-2222

    Healthcare Company

    Brooks Investments - Robert Brooks
    Robert Brooks
    45 Chesterfield Lakes Rd.
    Chesterfield, MO 63005-
    Investment Company

    Carter Hawley Hale Stores, Inc.
    Philip M. Hawley, Chrm. & CEO
    444 S. Flower St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90071-
    (213) 620-0150
    Retail clothing and accessories stores

    CeaseFire, Inc.

    Elizabeth Schmidt, Executive Director

    � Advisory Panel Members:

    Reginald Brack, Chairman, Time, Inc.

    Senator Bill Bradley, (D-NJ)

    Stephen Brobeck, Exec. Dir. Consumer Federation of America

    Doug Carlston, Chairman and CEO, Broderbund Software, Inc.

    President Jimmy Carter

    Senator John Chafee, (R-RI)

    K. Kaufer Christoffel, M.D., M.P.H., Children's Mem. Hospital, Chicago

    Walter Cronkite, Journalist

    Barry Diller, Chairman, Silver King Communications

    Michael Douglas, Actor

    Millard Drexler, CEO, Gap. Inc.

    Marian Wright Edelman, President, Children's Defense Fund

    Michael Eisner, Chairman and CEO, The Walt Disney Co.

    Susan Estrich, Professor, The Law Center, The University of Southern California

    Senator Dianne Feinstein, (D-CA)

    Mark Finucane, Former Chairman, National Association of Public Hospitals

    Tom Freston, Chairman, MTV Networks

    Kieth Geiger, Pres., Nat'l Education Association

    Gerald Grinstein, Chairman, Burlington Northern

    Alan G. Hassenfeld, Chairman, Pres. and CEO, Hasbro, Inc.

    John F. Kennedy, Jr., Editor in Chief, GEORGE

    Deborah Leff, Pres., The Joyce Foundation

    H. Michael Lemmons, Exec. Dir., Congress of Nat'l Black Churches

    Edward Malloy, Pres., University of Notre Dame

    Paul Newman, Actor

    Michael Ovitz, Pres., The Walt Disney Company

    Ron Perlman, Pres., Revlon, Inc.

    Mike Pertschuk, Co-Director, The Advocacy Institute

    Roberta Copper Ramo, Pres. American Bar Association

    Steve Rattner, General Partner, Lazard Freres & Co.

    Matt Rodriguez, Superintendent, Chicago Police Department

    Mark Rosenburg, M.D., M.P.H., Director, Nat'l Center for Injury Prevention and Control

    Dewey Stokes, Former Nat'l Pres., FOP

    Howard Stringer, Chairman and CEO, TELE-TV

    Stephen Teret, M.D., M.P.H., Director, John Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research

    James Todd, M. D., Executive Vice-Pres., AMA

    Jann S. Wenner, Chairman, Wenner Media, Inc.

    Lois Jean White, Pres.-Elect, Nat'l PTA

    Jay Winston, Director, Center for Health Communications, Harvard University

    1290 Avenue of the Americas

    New York, NY 10104

    (212) 484-1616


    CeaseFire, Inc. was formed in 1995, with a stated mission to: �Reshape the gun violence debate in America.� Infused with money from Courtney Love, the widow of rock star Curt Cobain, who committed suicide, the organization signed on numerous, high-profile, celebrities, and business people, to their advisory panel.

    CeaseFire, runs: TV Public Service Announcements with celebrities, and runs print advertising in major newspapers and magazines, with the message that guns are dangerous and gun ownership is a threat to family and friends. Their stated goal is to promote �handgun-free homes and families,� by claiming that gun ownership is a public health threat.

    Cinemark USA, Inc.

    7502 Greenville Ave.
    Ste. 800 LB 9
    Dallas, TX� 75231-

    Clorox Corporation ��������

    Gregory S. Frank, VP - Controller

    Division of First Brands

    1221 Broadway

    Oakland, CA 94612-1888

    (510) 271-7000

    1319 Perryman Rd.

    Aberdeen, MD


    Household Cleaning Products

    Coalition to Stop Gun Violence ����� �

    Michael K. Beard, President

    Coretta Scott King, Co-Chair/Widow of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Ethel Kennedy, Co-Chair/Wife of Sen. Ted Kennedy

    National Sponsors:

    Judy Collins, Monsignor John J. Egan, Walter E. Fauntroy, Dr. Dorothy Height, Comm. George Napper, Harry Nillson,

    Gregory Peck, Dr. Alvin F. Pouissant, Rabbi David Sapperstein.

    Policy-making members:

    American Academy of Pediatrics, American Association of Suicidology, American Ethical Union, Americans for Democratic Action, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, American Psychiatric Association, American Public Health Association, Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America, The Bible Holiness Movement, International, B'nai B'rith Women,

    Center for Science in the Public Interest, Central Conference of American Rabbis, Child Welfare League, Church of the Brethren, Washington Office, Citizens For Safety, The Communitarian Network, The Council of The Great City Schools, The DISARM Education Fund, Fellowship Reconciliation, Friends Committee on National Legislation, International Ladies Garment Workers Union, Jesuit Conference, Office of Social Ministries, Jewish Community Center Association, Loretto Community, Mennonite Central Comm., DC Office, National Association of Social Workers, National Council of Jewish Women, Inc., National Council of Negro Women, Inc., National Urban League, Inc., North American Federation of Temple Youth, Pan American Trauma Association, Presbyterian Church USA - Social Justice and Peacemaking Ministry Unit, Union of American Hebrew Congregations- Religious Action Center, Unitarian Universalist Association, United Church of Christ, Office for Church and Society, United Federation of Teachers, United Methodist Church, Board of Church and Society, U.S. Conference of Mayors, U.S. Student Association, United Synagogues of America, Women's League for Conservative Judaism, Women's National Democratic Club, YWCA of the U.S.A.

    100 Maryland Ave., N.E.

    Washington, DC 20002-

    (202) 544-7190


    The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV), was originally formed in 1975 as the National Coalition to Ban Handguns (NCBH) "for the purposes of banning the importation, manufacture, sale, transfer, ownership and possession of handguns." In 1989, after expanding its efforts to include restrictions on all firearms, the group adopted its new name, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence.

    The United Methodist Church was the principle founder of CSGV. CSGV's membership is comprised of individual supporters. Ex-CIA employee, Edward O. Welles, who also helped to form HCI, was an original NCBH board member and, reportedly, NCCH/HCI was an unreported member of the Coalition for several years.

    Kenneth Cole �����
    152 W. 57th St.
    New York, N.Y. 10019-
    (800) 536-2653
    Clothing retailer

    Compuserve �������

    Rosemore Inc./Crown Central/Fast Fare/ Petroleum Corp.
    Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. - Chrm./President/CEO
    One N. Central St., P.O. Box - 1168
    Baltimore, MD 21203-1168
    (301) 539-7400


    Refiners and marketers of petroleum products, convenience stores

    Cummins Engine Company, Inc.�����

    Tim Solso, Chairman/CEO

    Policy Committee:

    Tim Solso - Chrm/CEO

    Jean Blackwell � VP, - Human Resources

    Jack Edwards � Exec. V.P./Group President, - Power Generation

    Mark Gerstle - V. P. - Cummins Business Services/General Counsel & Secretary

    Joe Loughrey � Exec. V.P./President, - Engine Business

    Frank McDonald � VP, - Quality

    Rick Mills � VP, - Filtration/President, - Fleetguard, Inc.

    Tom Linebarger � V.P./CFO

    Christine Vujovich � VP, - Environmental Policy and Product Strategy

    John C. Wall � V.P./CTO

    500 Jackson St.

    P. O. Box - 3005

    Columbus, IN 47202-3005

    (812) 377-5000


    Diversified Machinery - Diesel engines, related parts

    Development Specialists - Chicago ���������������
    70 W. Madison St., #2300
    Chicago, IL 60602-
    (312) 263-4141


    Earthgrains - St. Louis ��������������������
    8400 Maryland Ave.
    St. Louis, MO 63105-
    (314) 259-7000
    National Bread Company

    The Educational Fund to End Handgun Violence ��������������

    Josh Horwitz, Director

    Box - 72

    110 Maryland Ave., N.E.

    Washington, DC 20002-0072

    (202) 544-7227

    Incorporated in 1978, as an �educational� spin-off to the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, the EFEHV is supported by private donations and foundation grants. The fund distributes Anti-Gun research on handgun violence, firearms marketing and production, and firearm design.

    Faultless Starch/Bon Ami - Kansas City, MO �������������������������������
    Gordon T. Beaham, III and Nancy Beaham
    1025 W. 8th St.
    Kansas City, MO 64101-
    (816) 842-1230
    National Clothing Starch Company

    The Ford Foundation ����������

    320 E. 43rd St.

    New York, NY 10017-

    (212) 573-5000

    (212) 599-4584 - Fax

    The Ford Foundation has provided financial grants to programs aimed at restricting gun ownership, and regulating gun owners' rights.

    GEICO Indemnity Co. - Government Employee�s Insurance Company �������

    One GEICO Plaza

    Washington, D.C. 20076-0032

    (301) 986-2500


    Property Insurance

    General American - St. Louis ������������
    Richard A. Liddy, CEO
    P.O. Box - 396
    St. Louis, MO 63166-0396
    (314) 843-8700
    Life Insurance

    Hallmark Cards
    Irvine O. Hockaday, President/CEO
    P.O. Box - 418307
    Kansas City, MO 64141-8307
    (816) 274-5111
    Greeting Card Company

    Handgun Control, Inc. �������

    Staff: 32

    Nelson T. "Pete" Shields III - Founding Chair

    Sarah Brady - Chair

    James Guest - President

    Mark Ingram - Treasurer

    Lois Hess - Secretary

    Board of Directors:

    David Birenbaum, Carl Bogus, John Corderman, Lee Fisher, John Hechinger, Larry Lowenstein, John Phillips, Helen Raiser, Maurice Rosenblatt, Jeanne Shields, Odile Stern, Edward O. Welles.

    HCI National Committee:

    Lauren Bacall, Marjorie C. Benton, Lloyd Bridges, Ellen Burstyn, Julia Child, Jackie Cooper, Hume Cronyn, Joseph Curran, Stephan Dart, William Dorman, Gerald Dunfey, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Kenneth Gibson, Rabbi Jos. B. Glaser, Betsy Gotbaum, Michael Gross, Elliot Jones Halberstam, Mariette Hartley, Richard Hatcher, Janet Gray Hayes, Andrew Heiskell, Hal Holbrook, Maynard Jackson, Albert Jenner, Jr., Shirley Knight, Patricia Kennedy-Lawford, Jack Lemmon, Edward Levi, John Lindsay, Marsha Mason, Jane Mc Michael, Patrick Murphy, Paul Newman, George D. Newton, Jr., Victor Palmeri, Gregory Peck,

    Russell Peterson, Sol Price, Milton Rector, Will Rogers, Jr., James W. Rouse, Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler, Neil Simon,

    Rod Steiger, Dr. Emanuel Taney, Eli Wallach, Ruth Warrick, Francis Wheat, James Whitmore, Andy Williams.

    1225 Eye St., N.W., Ste. 1100

    Washington, DC 20005-

    (202) 898-0792

    (202) 371-9615 - Fax

    (202) 682-4462 - Communications Fax


    Regional Offices:

    10951 W. Pico Blvd., Ste. 204

    Los Angeles, CA 90064-

    (213) 446-0056

    (310) 475-3147 - Fax

    268 Bush St., Box-555

    San Francisco, CA 94108-0555

    (415) 433-3535

    (415) 433-3357 - Fax

    705 12th Ave.

    San Diego, CA 92101-

    (619) 557-0100

    (619) 233-6682 - Fax

    11 S. LaSalle St., Ste. 2302

    Chicago, IL 60603-

    (312) 920-0504

    (312) 920-0807 - Fax

    Publication: Washington Report, quarterly.

    PAC: National Handgun Control Voter Education Fund

    Membership:������������������������� 250,000 dues-paying members.

    ������������������������� HCI claims 1,000,000+ members, but this includes contacts by interested parties by any means.

    HCI originated (1974) as the National Council to Control Handguns (NCCH), a group which lobbied for government restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms through support for restrictions on the manufacture, importation, sale, transfer, and civilian possession of handguns. The organization voiced a desire for an eventual handgun ban through gradual steps, but changed its name and espoused goals due to results of a survey. In 1991, HCI amended its Articles of Incorporation to reflect its support of restrictions on rifles and shotguns as well.

    The Center to Prevent Handgun Violence: �����������

    1400 K St., N.W., Ste. 500

    Washington, DC 20005-


    Education Divisions:

    1225 Eye St., N.W., Ste. 1100

    Washington, DC 20005-

    (202) 289-7319

    10951 W. Pico Blvd., Ste. 100

    Los Angeles, CA 90064-

    (310) 475-6714

    CPHV is an HCI "educational" spin-off, which portrays firearms and their ownership as inherently dangerous.

    The following sections give the claims of HCI, to be helping in the prevention of �Gun Crimes,� through CPHV [rf].

    The Center�s Research department provides ongoing analysis of the public health data that shapes these programs, as well as groundbreaking studies of crime data that demonstrate that gun laws work.

    The Legal Action Project: �


    Since 1989, the Legal Action Project has made sure gun violence victims have their day in court. LAP�s attorneys provide free legal representation for victims in lawsuits against reckless gun manufacturers, dealers and owners. The LAP now represents more than twenty cities and counties who are suing the gun industry to force them to make and distribute their products more responsibly, and is widely acknowledged as the most powerful legal adversary of the American gun industry.

    The Law Enforcement Relations: ���������� �


    The Law Enforcement Relations Department works with law enforcement throughout the country, implementing programs to reduce gun violence in schools and communities. LER also develops strategies to interdict guns and reduce the number of illegal guns on the street. LER also works to pass federal and state legislation to reduce gun violence.

    Straight Talk About Risks: ����


    S.T.A.R., CPHV�s politically-based Anti-Gun curriculum, targets schoolchildren, aged, pre-K through - 12th grade.

    Steps to Prevent Firearm Injury:���


    Steps to Prevent Firearm Injury (STOP) is a firearm prevention-counseling program designed specifically for pediatricians and pediatric health care providers. This program is a joint project of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Center, launched in 1994, and revised in 1996.

    Steps To Prevent Firearm Injury In The Home: ����������������


    Launched in June of 1998 by Secretary of Health and Human Services, Dr. Donna Shalala, Steps To Prevent Firearm Injury In The Home (STOP 2) is a counseling tool designed for all health care providers from a wide range of disciplines (nurses, social workers, psychologists, health educators, counselors, etc.) who work with diverse populations.

    The STOP 2 program prepares health care providers to talk with patients/clients and their families about the risks of a gun in the home as part of their routine injury prevention counseling.

    Project Lifeline:


    ProjectLifeline is a program of the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence and is co-sponsored by two national organizations of health professionals working to prevent gun violence: the Handgun Epidemic Lowering Plan (HELP) Network and Physicians for Social Responsibility.

    Health Midwest �
    2316 E. Meyer Blvd.
    Kansas City, MO 64132-
    (816) 751-3000
    National Healthcare Company

    Hechinger Company - (Home Quarters Warehouse [HQ], Better Spaces, and Builder�s Square). ��������������

    John W. Hechinger, Chrm.

    1616 McCormick Dr.

    Landover, MD 20785-

    (301) 341-1000

    Lumber and building supply retailer

    HELP Network ����

    Children's Memorial Hospital

    2300 Children's Plaza

    Chicago, Illinois 60614-

    (773) 880-3826

    �(773) 880-6615 - Fax


    HELP Network, was formed in 1993, and claims to be; �The health voice in the national debate about handgun violence.�

    HELP, endorses reducing civilian access to handguns, and funds research to support that agenda.

    Hyatt Corporation ��������

    Jay Pritzker, Chrm./CEO

    200 W. Madison

    Chicago, IL 60606-

    (312) 750-1234


    International hotels

    International Action Network on Small Arms���

    Box 422, 37 Store St.
    London, United Kingdom WC1E 7BS


    International Anti-Gun Organization

    ICN Bio-medical �
    Adam Jerney, Chrm./CEO
    3300 Hyland Ave.
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626-
    (714) 545-0113
    Pharmaceutical and bio-medical products

    Join Together �����

    441 Stuart St.

    Boston, Massachusetts 02116-

    Phone (617) 437-1500

    Fax (617) 437-9394


    Join Together, was formed to serve as a national organizing link for national, state, and local, organizations, to promote anti-violence prevention programs, and to support passage of restrictive gun laws. In particular, Join Together, supports the "public health" approach to criminal violence, seeking to treat crime as a disease, and firearms as the cause.

    The Joyce Foundation

    135 S. LaSalle St., Ste. 4010

    Chicago, Illinois 60603-

    Phone (312) 782-2426

    Fax (312) 782-4160

    The Joyce Foundation is one of the leading sources of funding for anti-gun groups and individuals. Anti-gun academics receive grants to complete studies that invariably find a link between gun ownership and crime.

    Kansas City Chiefs
    Lamar Hunt, Owner
    One Arrowhead Drive
    Kansas City, MO 64129-
    (816) 924-9300
    Pro Football Team

    Kansas City Royals
    David Glass, CEO
    P.O. Box - 419969
    Kansas City, MO 64141-9969
    (816) 921-8000
    Pro Baseball Team

    Levi Strauss & Co.
    Robert D. Haas, Chairman
    Philip Marineau, CEO
    Peter A. Jacobi, President/COO
    1155 Battery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94111-
    (415) 501-6000
    (415) 501-3939 - Fax

    Liberty Media Group�������������������

    John C. Malone - Chrm.

    Robert R. Bennett - President/CEO

    Gary S. Howard - Exec. V. P./COO

    Miranda Curtis - President, Liberty Media International

    Liberty Media Group, Holdings:

    AOL-TW Inc., Action, Animal Planet, BET, BLACK STARZ!, Court TV, Discovery Channel, Discovery Health Channel, E!, Encore, Fox Sports, FX, The Home Shopping Network, Love Stories, Motorola Inc., Mystery, QVC, Priceline.com, Sprint PCS Group, STARZ!, STARZ! Cinema, STARZ! Family, STARZ! Theater, The Learning Channel, Travel Channel, True Stories, USA Networks Inc., VIACOM Inc., WAM!, Westerns.

    (To be offered in 2002, STARZ! Comedy and STARZ! Kidz).


    Liberty Media holds interests in a broad range of video programming, communications, technology and Internet businesses in the United States, Europe, South America and Asia. Liberty Media's principal assets include interests in Starz Encore Group, Discovery Communications, Inc., AOL Time Warner Inc., QVC, Inc., USA Networks, Inc., Motorola, Inc., Sprint PCS Group, Telewest Communications plc. and The News Corporation Limited.

    (Please see: http://www.health-tv.com/investor_relations/03-index.html for a thorough breakdown of the holdings of this company, which is presently held, and / or owned, by AT&T. [rf])

    Mallinckrodt, Inc. - St. Louis ������������
    C. Ray Holman, President/CEO
    675 McDonnell Blvd, P.O. Box - 5840
    St. Louis, MO 63134-5840
    (314) 654-2000
    Clothing Starch Company

    Maritz, Inc. - St. Louis ��������������������
    William E. Maritz, Chairman/CEO
    1375 N. Highway Dr.
    Fenton, MO 63099-
    (314) 827-4000
    Corporate Travel & Research Company

    The John D. and Catherine T. Mac Arthur Foundation ����������

    140 S. Dearborn St. Ste. 1100

    Chicago, IL 60603-5285

    Phone (312) 726-8000

    The Mac Arthur Foundation is a primary source of financial support for groups and individuals promoting the anti-gun agenda.

    M.G. Fund �����������

    Marjorie Benton, - Chrm.

    Michael Douglas Foundation ���������

    Michael Douglas, Former Harlem Globetrotter

    3550 Wilshire
    Los Angeles, CA 90010-����������


    (I personally added this Web Address, and there is a chance it may not be correct. [rf].)

    Million Mom March Organization �����

    Andrew McGuire, Executive Director

    Mary Leigh Blek, President

    �Board of Directors:

    Tom Vanden Berk, Chair

    Tony Hernandez, Secretary

    Beckie Brown

    Donna Dees-Thomases

    Katina Johnstone

    K. Francis Lee, M.D.

    Catherine Murphy

    Steve Young

    (Million Mom March [MMM] is a national, grassroots, chapter-based, organization formed in 1999, as a reaction to the shooting at the Jewish Community Center, in suburban Los Angeles. Their stated goal, is to win passage of �Gun Laws, including:

    (1) Licensing of handgun owners, (2) Registration of handguns, (3) Creating consumer product safety standards for guns, (4) Closing the �gun show loophole,� and (5) Limiting gun purchases to no more than one a month.�

    They staged a march in Washington, D.C. On Mothers Day 2000, and have continued to build a national organization.

    The Founder, Donna Dees-Thomases is a close friend, of Bill and Hillary, Clinton).

    Million Mom March National Office:

    San Francisco General Hospital

    San Francisco, CA 94110-

    (415) 821-8200

    (888) 989-MOMS (6667) - Toll-Free

    (415) 821-5811 - Fax



    According to the New York Times, the Million Mom March organization has laid off 30, of it's 35-employees. Apparently they have been loosing public support and funding for some time now, and have had to severely reduce the number of their staff.

    We were all fairly certain it would only be a matter of time before the public began to see through all the emotion and rhetoric of the Million Mom group, and see them for what they really are. Apparently that time has come.

    MNC Financial, Inc.
    Alfred Lerner, Chrm.
    Ten Light Street, P.O. Box - 987
    Baltimore, MD 21203-0987
    (301) 244-5000

    www.mncmortgage.com����������� (I personally added this Web Address, and there is a chance it may not be correct. [rf].)
    Commercial and consumer banking, financial services

    National Parks and Conservation Association ��������
    1776 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
    Washington, D.C. 20036-
    (800) 628-7275


    Originally created as a watchdog of the National Park Service. Today, NPCA, partners with the federal government and numerous national, regional, and local groups.

    The Nelson Foundation

    Box - 214, 1770

    Massachusetts Ave.

    Cambridge, MA 02140-2808

    617-928-1686 - Ph & Fax



    James . Nutter Co. - Kansas City, MO
    James B. Nutter
    4153 Broadway
    Kansas City, MO 64111-
    (816) 531-2345

    Investment Banker

    PAX: The Movement to End Gun Violence ������

    The PAX Executive Staff:

    Talmage Cooley, Co-Founder - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/cooley.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    Daniel Gross, Co-Founder - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/gross.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    ��� Rebecca Hankin, Program Manager - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/hankin.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    ��� Julia Lichtman, Program Coordinator - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/lichtman.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    Laura Duch, Program Assistant - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/duch.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    Katie Kanter, Administrative Coordinator - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/kanter.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    Ben Gelt, & David Winkler, Co-Founders, PAX Students:


    Matthew Burman, Co-Chair, PAX Students - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/burman.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    Jess Roeser, Co-Chair, PAX Students - http://www.paxusa.org/?m=p&g=about/roeser.html&e_e=3a614d6f1472df15_5234

    Carole Price, Honorary Chairperson, The ASK Campaign:


    � Contributors:

    Aerosmith, Allard K. Lowenstein Fund, Alvin J. Bart Sons Printers, AM/FM, Inc., Anheuser Busch, Alec Baldwin, Billy Baldwin, Sarah Ban Breathnach, Bartle Bogle Hegarty, The Beastie Boys, David H. Berg, Eric Bernthal, Better Than Ezra, Broadcast News Network, Mariah Carey, Castle Rock Entertainment, Chelsea Pictures, Kenneth Cole, Paula Cole, Tim Cook, Dr. David Cossman, Jill Cossman, Michelle Joseph Costello, Dan Klores Associates, Inc., Gavin de Becker, Danny DeVito, DKNY Jeans, Digital Domain, Fastmusic, Laurence Fishburne, Friedman Kaplan Seiler, The Gap Foundation, Eric Garcetti, Gil Garcetti, Maria Garcia, GFI Group, Inc., Giant Merchandising, The Goo Goo Dolls, Gourmet Garage, Kathryn Grody, Thomas and Pamela Grossman, G-VOX, Handgun Control, Inc., Hard Rock Caf�, HBO, The HELP Network, Hippopotamus, Johns Hopkins University, Hot Stamp, I Am Your Child Foundation, Imaginary Studio, Jammin 105, Wyclef Jean, Donna Karan, Kathryn Schenker Associates, Dan Katz, David Kowitz, Lenny Kravitz, Michelle Kydd, Michael Lang, Maggie Lear, Norman Lear, Levine/McEvoy Fundraising Consultants, Levi Strauss Foundation, Liz Claiborne, Inc., Matchbox 20, David Matthews, Jane Matthews, Peter Max, Lorne Michaels, Benjamin Mintz, Thomas C. Morrow, MTV, Nantucket Nectars, NBC, Willie Nelson, The New York Yankees, Mehdi Norowzian, Mandy Patinkin, Pavement, Pentagram Design, The Proteus Fund, Samuel Rubin Foundation, Section 8, Showtime Network, Simple Abundance Charitable Fund, Robert Smigel, Kate Spade, Spin Magazine, Susan Sarandon, Tanqueray, TDI, Teen People Magazine, Third Eye Blind, 3-2-1 Records, Wade and Angela Thompson, Time Warner, Twist Magazine, Untracht & Associates, Vibe Magazine, Warner Brothers, Woodstock '99, WKTU, Z100.

    Music Groups - contributing their services for the "Disarming Violence" benefit, and a CD ROM album:




    (To Quote Shawn Stern of Youth Brigade, "Guns are made for one thing, and that's to kill.")



    801 2nd Ave., Ste. 1400
    New York, NY 10017-
    (212) 983-8705
    (212) 983-0135 - Fax


    This partial list of corporations, individuals and organizations have supported PAX in 1998, 1999, and 2000 [rf].

    Physicians for Social Responsibility ����

    1101 14th Street NW, Suite 700

    Washington, D.C. 20005

    Phone (202) 898-0150

    Fax (202) 898-0172


    Originally formed to oppose nuclear weapons, PSR has widened their scope to include many other causes. On firearms it has endorsed international small arms disarmament. PSR has endorsed virtually every restrictive gun law, which has been proposed including; �one-gun-a-month,� ban on �junk� guns, and ammunition purchase restrictions.

    Rolling Stone Magazine
    Jann Wenner, Chrm./CEO

    745 5th, Ave.

    New York, N.Y. 10151-

    (212) 758-3800


    Music Magazine

    Sara Lee Corporation ��������

    John H. Bryan, Chrm.
    C. Steven Mc Millan, President/CEO

    � List of Products: http://www.saralee.com/brands_products/all_brands.html

    Packaged Meats:

    Aoste,� Argal,� Ballpark, Best's Kosher, Briar Street, Bryan, Cochonou, Cornby, Dacor, Galileo, Hillshire Farm, Hygrade, Imperial, Jimmy Dean, Justin Bridou, Kahn�s, King Cotton, Kir, Marcassou, Mr. Turkey, Nobre, Rudy's Farm, Sara Lee, Seitz, Sinai 48, Sweet Sue, State Fair, Stegeman.


    Brossard, Nutrine, Sara Lee, Sara Lee Bakery Australia, Savane.


    Bravo, Caboclo, Cafitesse, Chase & Sanborn, Caf� do Ponto, Chat Noir, Chock full o' Nuts, Continental, Douwe Egberts Coffee SystemsGlobal Network, Friele, Harris, Hills Bros., Hornimans, Jacqmotte, Kanis & Gunnink, Maison du Caf�, Marcilla, Merrild Coffee Systems, MJB, Moccona, Paradise Ice Tea, Piazza d'Oro, Pickwick, Sara Lee/DE, Soley, Soleto, Sue�os de Oro, Superior, Uni�o, Van Nelle.

    ��� Grocery:

    B�n�nuts, Duyvis, Felix, Lassie,� Natreen,� Natrena.

    ��� Intimates:

    Antinea, Bali Company, Barely There, Berlei, Daisyfresh, Dim, Gossard,� Hanes Her Way,� Hanes Sport, Just My size, Lovable, Playtex, Wonderbra.

    ��� Underwear:

    Abanderado, Beefy-T, Champion, Champion Jogbra, Dim, Hanes, Hanes Her Way, Hanes Sport, HanesWear, Liabel, Ocean, Princesa, Rinbros, Ritmo, ShowToons, Zorba.


    Aristoc, Bellinda, Bonds, Cameo, Diam's, Dim, DKNY Coverings, Donna Karan, Edoo, Elbeo,� Filodoro,� Hanes,

    Hanes Her Way, Kendall, L'asst, Legacy, L'eggs, Little L'eggs, Nur Die, Philippe Matignon,� Pretty Polly, Razzamatazz, Reliance, Resilience, Sheer Comfort, Sheer Energy, Silk Reflections, Smooth Illusions, Smooth Silhouettes, Sol y Oro, Spanel.

    Shoe Care:

    Bama, Eri, Golden Rooster, Kiwi, Meltonian, Nugget, Tana, Tuxan,

    Body Care:

    Aqua Velva, Badedas, Body Mist, Brylcreem, Delial, Duschdas, Famar, Fissan, Monsavon, Petit Cheri, Quenty, Radox, Sanex, Satina, Savane, She, Williams, Zwitsal.


    Bloom, Catch, Goodknight, Ridsect, Vapona.

    Air Fresheners:


    Direct Selling:

    Avroy Shlain, NaturCare, House of Fuller, House of Sara Lee, Nutrimetics.

    Oral Care/Specialty Products:

    Behold, Biotex, Endust, Kitten, Kiwi/Peli, Neutral, Nuclear, Prodent, Ty-D-Bol, White King, Yijianxi, Zendium.

    Sara Lee Foundation - http://www.saraleefoundation.org/

    Michael E. Murphy, President

    Three First National Plaza
    Chicago, IL 60602-4260
    Phone: 312-726-2600
    Fax: 312-726-3712

    Schnucks Markets ���������������
    Craig D. Schnuck
    11420 Lackland Rd.
    St. Louis, MO 63146-
    (314) 994-9900
    Grocery Stores

    Sierra Club ��������

    Robbie Cox, President

    85 2nd St., 2nd Fl.

    San Francisco, CA 94105-

    (415) 977-5675 - Steve


    Environmental issues

    Silver Dollar City
    Peter Herschend
    One Corporate Dr.
    Branson, MO 65616-
    800 475-9370
    Amusement Parks
  2. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

    Dec 14, 2003
    Thats quite a list... Looks like stupidity in this nation has run amuck! :mad:

    Crazy world...

  3. Don Buckbee

    Don Buckbee New Member

    May 25, 2004
    Grayling, MI

    Right on!
    Generally speaking, gun owners do nothing in the fight for our gun rights.
  4. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

    Feb 26, 2007
    Heart Of Texas
    man thats depressing, this is going to be a battle on par with david and goliath. truly a time of epic proportions in our nations history.
  5. user

    user Active Member

    Oct 16, 2007
    Northern piedmont of Va. and Middle of Nowhere, We
    Here's a little note I sent to other Virginia lawyers recently:

    I was just reading over a list of gun-hostile businesses at the Virginia
    Citizens' Defense League, Inc. website, http://www.vcdl.org/static/gue.html
    and it occurred to me to wonder whether anyone's suing any such businesses
    regarding injuries suffered at the hands of third-party assailants.

    I realize that some folks won't like my thinking in this area, but if I were litigating such a case, I'd say that a policy that unnecessarily restricted the ability of persons otherwise lawfully in possession of firearms from acting in self-defense and/or defense of others in such an emergency is legal malice, and evidence that the business negligently interfered with the ability of persons present to prevent or ameliorate the injuries suffered.

    I'm thinking it might be a basis for an award of punitive damages, especially in light of a failure of the business to implement any method of making up for the lack. I'd argue, further, that such a policy requires implementation of policies and procedures to actually keep consumers safe while engaged in transactions in the business' premises. Such a business makes itself totally responsible as an absolute insurer of consumers' safety (not just in terms of a duty towards business invitees), if it takes steps to preclude the ability of otherwise law-abiding consumers to protect themselves and others.

    By the way, law enforcement personnel are not exempt from the trespassing
    statute unless they act pursuant to an emergency, crime in progress, or a
    warrant. So law-enforcement officers aren't allowed to carry guns in
    Manassas Mall, while shopping, any more than you are, and violation of the
    posted "no trespassing" policy is just as much a class-1 misdemeanor for
    them as for us.

    I'm thinking of the scene in "Bronco Billy" in which Clint Eastwood
    interrupts a bank robbery. I'm not shopping in any business in which Bronco Billy wouldn't be allowed to carry his gun (assuming a lawfully issued concealed carry permit).
  6. Smokin Guns

    Smokin Guns New Member

    Jul 25, 2002
    "Gun Culture Members Clubhouse"...
    Seems like...That bee's a list of some serious..."Panty Waist"..."Queer"...folk...'Course that's jest my opinion...;)
  7. noslolo

    noslolo New Member

    Oct 15, 2004
    Johnstown PA
    Wow that is a very long list of people that I won't buy from. Man I am going to miss my Levi's
  8. Lilly

    Lilly New Member

    Sep 2, 2007
    Central Lower , Michigan
    WOW, Huge List!

    I suggest they also include all the Hollwierds themselves on "no guns"! No more guts & gore gun movies or actors......see how fast they get their butts off the list if they were no longer able to make millions of the "shot em up" movies!
  9. bluesea112

    bluesea112 Active Member

    Nov 20, 2005
    West, TX
    I have a large insurance company to add to your list. I worked in management for Allstate Insurance Company for nearly 13 years. Each year Allstate's Home Office in Northbrook, IL., would send out a letter to all 60,000 employees asking each employee to write to their representatives in Govornment. Each letter was personalized with the name and mailing information for the Senator, Congressman, etc for each individual employee. The company had several topics that they asked us to write about. Most of the topics had to do with Insurance regulations and laws, but they always included a topic on gun control. Home office gave some rediculous statistic about how many children are killed by guns in homes each year, and how much it costs the insurance industry in medical bills, liability lawsuits, etc. Allstate asked that every employee write their representative and ask for a laundry list of firearm restrictions and bans.

    Being a member of management, I thought I might have some pull. Ha! I was slapped down like a fly at a picnic. I contacted a few people in Home Office to find out who was in charge of this anti-gun crap, and I was told that gun control is a key objective of the company's senior leaders. Basically they told me to keep my mouth shut if I knew what was good for me.

    Allstate is this Nations 2nd largest insurance company, and they insure one out of every 5 vehicles on the road today. They ban guns on all company property. Conceal/Carry license holders may not even have a gun in their personal vehicle in the parking lot.

    If you have Allstate Insurance, you are giving them the funds to pursue their anti-gun agenda.

    Allstate treated me very well, and it is a great company to work for. They handle customer claims very quickly, and they pay claims fairly. They are just ANTI-GUN, and that negative fact alone cancels out all of the good in my eyes.
    Last edited: May 23, 2008
  10. Marlin T

    Marlin T Active Member

    Jul 8, 2005
    New Mexico
    I did not know this Blue, disturbing.
  11. TranterUK

    TranterUK Guest

    Some years ago they banned self loading rifles in the UK, we handed them in.
    Later they banned handguns, we handed them in.
    Next they decided no magazine shotgun should contain more than two cartridges.
    Most recenty they banned blank fire guns and 'realistic' plastic BB guns, it's true. Its insane but true.
    If you dont fight for your gun rights they will go. I have seen it happen.
  12. artabr

    artabr New Member

    Mar 3, 2008
    New Iberia, Louisiana
    Tranter, I heard knives were next. With that kid from the Potter movie being killed in that fight, I imagine the libs might well start that chant again. :mad:

  13. TranterUK

    TranterUK Guest

    OK Art, prepare yourself.
    In the UK we are not allowed to carry any knife with a blade over 3", that may not sound too bad until I add that it cannot be a locking knife. You know, the safe kind. Also knives cannot be sold to any one under 18.

    The reason for this is knife crime. It is true that we do seem to have a youth knife culture here in the UK, but I believe the antis aggrivate the problem. Ban anything and to some you it give a desirability it diddnt have before.

    It's an old story, blame the object not the criminal. I once did a cartoon for a magazine with a dead stab victim and two police officers. One of the officers is holding up the knife saying 'If it wasnt for this he would still be alive'. Never mind that you can kill someone with half a brick! :mad:

    I see your Cajun for life. Do I have some memory of reading about Cajuns being from the French people who were thrown out of western Canada by the British, then re locating to the southern US?

    And what the heck is a 'grit'?
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  14. artabr

    artabr New Member

    Mar 3, 2008
    New Iberia, Louisiana
    Tranter, I thought I remembered y'all getting grief about the carrying of knives. At least they haven't banned it completely yet.
    There is a reason a crimimal is called a crimimal. It's because he commits a crime.

    The cajuns were French loyalist in eastern Canada who were sent into exile by England and setteled in south Louisiana.
    There are a few (very) around here who wanted an apology from England.I think England has apologize.
    In a crosseyed way of looking at it , you could say that England is responsiable for crawfish,cajun music and Tabasco Sauce. :D

    Grit: 1 - Rough particals, as of sand.
    2 - coarsely ground boiled hominy (corn).

    Is there any difference? :D

    Have a great day Tranter. :)

    Last edited: May 25, 2008
  15. UncleFudd

    UncleFudd Member

    Mar 23, 2008
    Phoenix, Az
    Hey guys, that is one whopper "list" that we should all be paying attention.
    I believe the legal gun owners could make a big difference in anything we set out to do if we are sincere and have a plan that EVERYONE participated. 80 million plus people working on a single agenda would overshadow the "list" me thinks.

    But one other that IMHO should be on this list and I did not see it. If it is there, then it will not hurt to single them out for this awareness.

    AARP is probably the most dangerous of all listed and they are the founders and supporters of some of the biggest names on your "list".

    I did not believe it when first I was made aware of their stand on the second amendment and your gun rights, so I wrote them a letter.
    I now take their reply to me to every CCW, Instructor and Counselor workshop that I host and show it to all participants.

    These people will tell you and put it in print they do not believe you have a "right" to own or carry. They do not believe you have the "right" to defend yourself. And they work very hard to have ALL guns removed from the private ownership and they do not make any exceptions for caliber, length or type. If it is a gun it should not be in your hands, home etc. PERIOD

    If I was computer literate I would fire up my scanner and scan the letter and share it with all but I am not and I regret not being able to do so.

    Another thing all of you who are interested in and work hard on your self defense. I have been involved in a violent encounter and survived. I can tell you from personal experience and from studying the after effects on this type of situation on other people just like you and I. If you have this happen and survive you will need every kind of support you can find and then some. Most important of all is or will be your religion. Please take the time before it is too late to KNOW the position your religion takes on YOU defending yourself and your loved ones. there is one in particular very popular christian religion that does NOT believe you should defend yourself if it means taking the life of another person.

    I found out too late and the hard way. But fortunately for me I had a wonderful family and friends to take up the slack.

    Good luck and I believe this is a great topic.

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