SWAT Magazine Columnist Claire Wolfe Receives Knife Rights Freedom’s Voice Award

SWAT Magazine Columnist Claire Wolfe Receives Knife Rights Freedom’s Voice Award

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Gilbert, AZ --(Ammoland.com)- Claire Wolfe, a columnist for SWAT Magazine, is the recipient of Knife Rights’ 2011 Freedom’s Voice Award. The honor was announced at the Knife Rights Sharper Future Awards Breakfast on June 11th at the BLADE Show in Atlanta, Georgia.

The annual Freedom’s Voice Award honors a journalist or journalistic team in the general or non-knife industry media that has demonstrated a commitment to fair, accurate and insightful coverage on an issue involving knife ownership.

Knife Rights chairman Doug Ritter said, “Ms. Wolfe is recognized for her Enemy At The Gate column titled ‘Knife Rights Under Attack’ that appeared in the May 2011 issue of SWAT Magazine. Her column provided an insightful summary of the challenges facing knife owners in America and what is being done to counter these challenges. The value of a columnist’s call to action can sometimes be difficult to judge, but not so in this case. New Knife Rights memberships surged as soon as the magazine landed.”

Knife Rights believes its goals to preserve and enhance the rights of knife owners make sense to most citizens, if given a fair airing.

“We honor Ms. Wolfe for her journalistic integrity, for providing a factual accounting of the issues, giving fair coverage of all those involved and for the effectiveness of her call to action,” said Ritter.

Ms Wolfe’s column may be viewed below:

Knife Rights Under Attack

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