Representatives who have their pay cut should moonlight. These two Representatives moonlight as board members of the NRA. If you are on an important committee you too can find a position as a VP or board member from some company or organization who has an interest in buying your vote. A job fair will be organized on the Mall later this month. Please attend as there are companies who understand your valuableness even if the House Republican leadership does not. (thank you, NRA Board of Directors , for supplying these informative bio's) CONGRESSMAN DON E. YOUNG FORT YUKON, ALASKA Member and former Chairman of House Natural Resources Committee. Current member of NRA Board of Directors. Executive Council Chair of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus. Avid hunter and sportsman. Unfailingly committed to the protection of the Second Amendment. Voted against Brady Bill and "Assault Weapons" ban. Successfully amended 1993 Crime Bill to include provision protecting hunters' rights. Author of legislation permitting pilots to carry a handgun onboard commercial carriers. Original co-sponsor of legislation repealing the "Assault Weapons" ban. 2000 recipient of the Outdoor Life Conservation Award. Past recipient of: Alaska Second Amendment Coalition Award; NRA Defender of Individual Rights Award; Americans for Constitutional Action Distinguished Service Award. Served as Alaska's lone Representative in the U.S. House since 1973. Served in the U.S. Army 1955-1957, 41st Tank Battalion. THE HONORABLE DAN BOREN Congressman Dan Boren was first elected in 2004 to the U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma's 2nd District, which contains the 25 counties of eastern Oklahoma. As an avid shooter, outdoorsman, hunter, and ranch-owner, Representative Boren has made protecting and promoting the Second Amendment a cornerstone of his public service record in both the Oklahoma State Legislature and the U.S. House of Representatives. Boren is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association. Boren has served as Co-Chair of both the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus (CSC) and the House Second Amendment Task Force in the U.S. House during the 111th Congress. He also currently serves on the House Natural Resources Committee, Armed Services Committee, and House Intelligence Committee. Congressman Boren and his wife Andrea reside in Muskogee, Oklahoma with their two children Janna and Hunter.