I wanted to take a moment to explain why these three organizations are so important to our freedoms. GCO: This one goes without saying for most of us. GCO, is the most pro gun, pro carry, no apologies Second amendment organization in Georgia. They have sued countless municipalities and agencies who have violated the rights of law abiding Georgia citizens as well as defended the rights of citizens from erroneous law suites brought on by ill informed or wantonly disobedient government agencies. GCO is frequently a protector of not only the Second amendment, but the First, Fourth and Fifth as well. NORML: The National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) and the NORML Foundation are the most active marijuana legalization organizations in the U.S. I maintain, marijuana use is a victimless crime that hurts no one, not even the user. We must stop wasting billions of tax payer dollars and destroying millions of American lives over a substance that does not harm but, in fact, has many medical benefits, especially for those with terminal illnesses. To help bring about legalization, I am a member of the NORML "Foundation". There is a difference. I do not want my NORML donation used to fund the campaigns of politicians like Barny Frank. The NORML Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that sponsors public advertising campaigns designed to inform the public about the costs of marijuana prohibition and the benefits of alternative policies; distributes a weekly press release to the national media and citizen activists focusing on recent developments pertaining to marijuana research and policy; publishes a regular newsletter; provides legal assistance and support to victims of the current marijuana laws; undertakes relevant research; and hosts, with NORML, an informative web site and an annual conference. SAF: The Second Amendment Foundation is THE most effective, no compromise, no apologies national gun rights group in the U.S. The SAF strives for more where the NRA says, good enough. In McDonald vs Chicago, the SAF was adamant about winning the case under the "Privileges and Immunities" clause. The NRA was complacent with winning under "Due Process", a weaker incorporation method. Also, the SAF does not work to undermine pro gun, pro Second amendment legislation as the NRA has done with HB915, HB89 and SB308; instead, they embrace such legislation. If you love freedom and self governance, I would encourage you to look into joining these three organizations which fight for those principals.