From Bearing Arms' Jenn Jaques:

"When Kimberly Corban was being honored by Susan LaPierre at the (NRA Annual Meeting)  luncheon, Kristi McMains immediately recognized her. Kimberly’s appearance on the Obama’s town hall “Guns in America” on CNN had altered the course of her life, and most definitely armed her to be able to avoid the same fate and possibly death.

Kristi told her friend, “I have to meet her!”

She made her way through the crowd and, choking back tears of overwhelming gratitude, introduced herself to Kimberly, describing in detail how she, as an absolute stranger, saved her life:"

Read the entire article HERE.

Kimberly has talked with Cam Edwards now more times than she can count, but this is the first time she "had the feels" on one of his shows. After just having come from the NRA Women's Leadership Forum and the NRA-ILA Forum at the Annual Meeting earlier in the day, she braved a Louisville monsoon (note the "fabulous" hairstyle) and made it to the NRAAM expo where she told Cam about an incredible experience which occurred just hours before.

**Due to the brief nature of their meeting at the luncheon, Kimberly had not yet got all of the facts on the attempted murder case. More information on the woman's heroic act can be found HERE.**
"No campus carry legislation arms students. On the contrary, it merely prevents universities and colleges from disarming permit holders who bear arms practically everywhere else."

Read NRA America's 1st Freedom's VX Article HERE.

Kimberly was invited to CPAC to participate in a "real townhall' discussion sponsored by the National Rifle Association of America as a response to CNN's televised segment with President Obama. Kimberly was joined by Mercedes Schlapp, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, and NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox for an hour-long discussion on our second amendment rights.
From NRA-PVF website:

Launches new ad with violent crime survivor reminding voters Hickenlooper sided with NYC billionaire Michael Bloomberg to take away constitutional rights

Fairfax, Va. – The National Rifle Association today launched a new television ad that takes aim at Governor John Hickenlooper for signing into law controversial gun control legislation that infringes upon law abiding citizens' Second Amendment rights. The ad titled 'Ignored" features violent crime survivor Kimberly Weeks and is part of a statewide paid advertising campaign that includes television, digital and mail.

"Governor Hickenlooper betrayed Coloradans when he sided with New York City billionaire Michael Bloomberg and signed into law legislation that restricts the freedoms of good, honest people," said NRA Spokesperson Jennifer Baker. "Kimberly delivers a powerful message reminding voters that Governor Hickenlooper ignored them when it mattered most and he doesn't deserve their vote."

Kimberly draws attention to the fact that gun control laws have real life implications when it comes to our fundamental right to self-defense.  As a college student, Kimberly was brutally attacked in her apartment. She was overpowered and defenseless against her attacker. When Kimberly was assaulted, she had to plead with her attacker to spare her life during her harrowing ordeal. Since her attack, she has obtained a concealed carry permit and been active in victims' rights. Kimberly testified before the Colorado legislature during the gun control debate and pled with lawmakers not to infringe on her Second Amendment rights. Ignoring her pleas, Governor Hickenlooper signed extreme gun control legislation into law.

This legislation was championed by Bloomberg.  It was strongly opposed by Colorado Sheriffs and hundreds of thousands of Colorado gun owners. Hickenlooper had phone conversations with Bloomberg during the gun control debate before he ultimately signed the Bloomberg-backed legislation. Hickenlooper lied to the Sheriffs when questioned about these conversations, saying he had never had a phone conversation with Bloomberg. Last month, Bloomberg's gun control group endorsed Governor Hickenlooper and at an October 7th gubernatorial debate, Hickenlooper reiterated his support for the anti-gun legislation, saying he had "no regrets" about signing it into law.

"Governor Hickenlooper might not have any regrets about siding with Michael Bloomberg and signing away Coloradans' constitutional rights, but hundreds of thousands of voters regret having elected Governor Hickenlooper, and will make their voices heard on Election Day' concluded Baker.

To view "Ignored" go to:

Kimberly (Weeks) Corban, a survivor of violent crime, is standing up to anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg and his gun control efforts. Listen to her call Michael Bloomberg out on his hypocrisy and say, “Mr. Bloomberg you do not have the right to tell me how to defend myself.“