The American Dream – Keep It Alive – Urgent Call to Action

Ann Kercheville
The American Dream – Keep It Alive – Urgent Call to Action

Pikesville, MD --(Ammoland.com)- An Urgent Call to Action by Shotgun Wife Columnist Ann Kercheville on the Approaching Presidential Election

“I was one of many naive people who thought that the freedoms we enjoy in America weren’t endangered and couldn’t possibly be lost, at least not in my lifetime,” writes Ann Kercheville, in the October column of Shotgun Wife.

Now, with the presidential election imminent, Ann believes that the rapid advancement of socialism in America threatens the rights of every hunter, legitimate gun owner and entrepreneur who has built a business with their own two hands. In her call to arms titled “The American Dream – Keep It Alive,” Ann speaks out about the bold actions needed to ensure that the original vision of our Founding Fathers endures after November 6, 2012.

Ann personally knows of the risks at stake in the upcoming presidential election. Some 23 years ago, she and her husband Joe started the acclaimed Joshua Creek Ranch in the Texas Hill Country. They turned the wild terrain of 1,200 acres into a trophy hunting habitat. They built luxury accommodations from the modest buildings on the property. And the Kerchevilles achieved the highest levels of success, while raising a family, without asking for a single penny from Washington.

If you believe that our country is at a perilous crossroads, then Ann’s column is a must-read. You’ll find it on Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/9dpa3ur.

About:
Shotgun Life is the first online magazine dedicated to the best in wing and clays shooting. Current advertisers include Krieghoff, Blaser, Zoli, Ithaca Gun Co., Kick-EEZ and others. Shotgun Life has redefined the upscale shotgun market by combining compelling editorial with extensive viral marketing campaigns for advertisers. You can read Shotgun Life at www.shotgunlife.com

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