Ideas for the IDPA Suggestion Box

IDPA HQ announced they will be taking suggestions for rules changes and revisions after Nationals. I love the sport, as you know from my previous posts. But there are ways the sport can be improved and changes that need to be made to keep the focus on defense and not on gaming.
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Never Forget

The pain of that horrific day fades from memory and for our children it is a day they only know because we who remember tell them. We must never forget the evil that was visited upon our shores that day. The lives lost in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC. The bravery of the firefighters and police who rushed in to help, knowing they might not come back out. The heroism of the passengers who stormed the cockpit and prevented a greater tragedy, sacrificing their lives to save others.
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Background Checks, Immigration Policy and the War on Women

Julia is a young, married woman who’s left her abusive husband and moved to a new state to start a new life. The economy in Texas is booming. Housing is plentiful. Jobs are easy to find. Good paying jobs, too. Sounds promising. She’s settled in to a new home, a new job. Things are starting to turn around. Then she finds out her “ex” is in town.
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2nd Vote App Review

Consumers want to know how the money they spend with or give to a company will be used in funding organizations or activities which are at odds with their own values. Unveiled at the 2013 Values Voters Summit, the free “2nd Vote” app for smart phones and mobile devices aims to help you keep your spending “aligned with your conservative values.”
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