Fellow blogger The Silicon Graybeard thinks that might be the case.
I've mentioned before that I've been a member of NAGR before and became displeased with them for a couple of reasons. The biggest is the never ending stream of emails like the previously mentioned "stop what you're doing!", urgent response required type. The legend of the "boy who cried wolf" that we learn while we're growing up is a good one to keep in mind. Perhaps a better idea to keep in mind is that when someone is urgently demanding your money now, now, now, experience says the chances are good you're being hustled. They want you to donate the money now and not think about it.
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Look, it's your money; give it to whom you want. I think it's a waste to give to these Rothfeld organizations like NAGR because I see the parallels to the destruction of the Tea Party movement. If Rothfeld's groups suck up all the funding and spends it all on themselves, like all those groups that killed off the Tea Party, could they kill off the Pro-2A side?
There's more at the link.
I urge all my Second Amendment-supporting readers to click over to the article and read it in full. I've had my doubts about a number of pro-gun organizations in the past (not least the NRA, who seem to send out far more requests for money than they do other materials). Given the number of charity scams and boondoggles out there, it's entirely appropriate for us to approach new gun rights organizations with at least a healthy skepticism, if not outright suspicion. Only when they've proven themselves to be both legitimate and effective should we support them financially.