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David Codrea has long been a valiant defender of our right to bear arms guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment. He was the keynote speaker for Connecticut Citizens Defense League at their April 5, rally in Hartford at the State Capitol.
David has been writing professionally on the subject of the right to keep and bear arms since 1999, initially for GUNS & AMMO magazine, then on to HANDGUNS, and for the last eight years at GUNS, where he is field editor producing the monthly “Rights Watch” column.
The NYT blog selected him as a panelist to discuss the Virginia Tech shootings, and he has been written about in the NYT, AP, The Arizona Republic, WorldNetDaily, BuzzFeed, the Romanian newspaper Adevarul, and the science journal Nature.
Blogging at The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance and writing the National Gun Rights Examiner column, Codrea is a frequent guest on national and major market radio and television programs, most recently on Lou Dobbs Tonight. He is a weekly contributor to the nationally-syndicated Armed American Radio, and was a featured speaker at the 2010 2nd Amendment March in Wash. D.C. and the Georgia Carry Annual Convention Keynote Speaker in 2012.
Codrea was named Gun Rights Defender of the Month, April, 2007 by "Citizens Cmte for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms" for persuading the Bush Admin. to strike “collective rights” language from the Fed. Register in an FAA ruling. In 2011, he was named “Journalist of the Year” by the 2nd Amendment Foundation for his groundbreaking work exposing the “Fast and Furious” ATF “gunwalking” scandal, and was a co-recipient of Soldier of Fortune Magazine’s “2nd Amendment Freedom Fighter Award,” and Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership’s “David and Goliath Award” for his work on that story.
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