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Captain Mark Kelly with Gabrielle Giffords


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Mark Kelly is an American astronaut, retired U.S. Navy Captain, experienced naval aviator who flew combat missions during the Gulf War, bestsellingauthor, and prostate cancer survivor. His life has been a testament to courage, commitment, intelligence and accomplishment. Yet, perhaps his greatest achievements are taking place today beside the woman he loves. The recipient of numerous military honors, including the Legion of Merit, two Defense Superior Service Medals, and two Distinguished Flying Crosses, Kelly was selected to become an astronaut in 1996. In 2001, he flew the first of his four missions aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour. He also commanded Space Shuttle Discovery, and is one of only two individuals who have visited the International Space Station on four different occasions. Kelly’s identical twin brother, Scott, is also an astronaut who served as commander of both the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. They share the distinction of being the only siblings who have traveled in space. With 6,000 flight hours in more than 50 different aircraft, 375 aircraft carrier landings, 39 combat missions, and more than 50 days logged in space, Captain Kelly is one of our country’s most experienced pilots. A native of New Jersey, Kelly holds a B.S. degree in marine engineering and nautical science from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, having graduated with highest honors in 1986. He received an M.S. degree in aeronautical engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in 1994.

Kelly was preparing to command the final flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour when, on January 8, 2011, he learned that his wife, Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, had been critically wounded in an assassination attempt in Tucson, Arizona. This event changed the trajectory of Kelly’s life forever. His dedication to his family and to Giffords’ difficult road to recovery, while continuing to serve his country, captivated the nation and personified the very best of the American spirit. In May 2011, Captain Kelly commanded the Endeavor’s final mission 200 miles above the earth. Upon returning home, he announced his retirement from the U.S. Navy and NASA in order to fully devote himself to Gifford’s recovery. In January—on the second anniversary of the shooting in Tucson and following the massacre in Newtown, Connecticut—the couple launched Americans for Responsible Solutions, a campaign to change America’s gun policies.

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U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) was once described by a fellow Congressman as, “charming, lovely, brilliant, warm, intellectually curious, intellectually honest—and tough as nails. She’s also one of the most beloved members of the House.” Her toughness and charm have been displayed for the world as “Gabby” courageously battles through recovery from life-threatening head injuries caused by a would-be assassin’s gunfire. Elected to Arizona’s 8th Congressional District seat three times since 2006, Giffords was meeting with constituents at a local event in Tucson on January 8, 2011 when the gunman opened fire. Six people were killed and 16 others were injured in the attack. Giffords sustained a bullet wound to the head and required immediate neurosurgery. She remained in critical condition for days. That Gabby Giffords survived the attack is remarkable. That she regained her ability to walk and to speak is astounding, and that she was present as a member of Congress for the State of the Union Address only a year later is nothing short of miraculous. Her road to recovery has been inspirational, but so has her life. She is only the third woman in Arizona history to be elected to Congress. A Fulbright Scholar, Giffords holds a bachelor of arts degree from Scripps College and a master’s from Cornell University. Before going to Washington, D.C., she served in the Arizona state House of Representatives from 2001 to 2003, and in the Arizona state Senate from 2003 until 2005. As a member of the U.S. House of

Representatives, Giffords described herself as a moderate, “Blue Dog” Democrat, and was known for supporting bipartisanship and government responsibility. Giffords resigned her Congressional seat in January 2012, choosing to focus on her continued physical and emotional recovery. “I will recover and return,” she said. In September 2012, she was invited to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the Democratic National Convention—which she did, to a standing ovation. In January of this year, Giffords and her husband, Captain Mark Kelly, launched a new gun control initiative, Americans for Responsible Reform, intended to “encourage elected officials to stand up for solutions to prevent gun violence and protect responsible gun ownership by communicating directly with the constituents that elect them.” Giffords and Kelly still live in Tucson.

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Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords


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Colin Goddard grew up dreaming of being an astronaut like Mark Kelly, yet today he has much more in common with Gabby Giffords. As a youngster, Goddard attended both Space Camp and the Advanced Space Academy in Alabama, experiences which helped shape his desire to become a pilot and an astronaut. After completing high school abroad, he enrolled at Virginia Tech to study physics as an Army ROTC cadet. As a sophomore, his high-flying aspirations were dashed by a vision test which revealed him to be color blind, making him

ineligible for flight school. Then, on April 16, 2007, during his senior year at Tech, Colin Goddard was shot four times by a gunman. Thirty-three people were killed that day; Goddard is one of only seven students who survived in a classroom of 17 people. Three of the four bullets are still lodged in his body, and a titanium rod is now a framework for his shattered left femur. Goddard, now 27, graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.A. in International Studies and lives in Washington D.C. He is active with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, using his experience to educate others about the realities of gun violence. Goddard’s story is the subject of the documentary film, Living for 32.

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Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and Captain Mark Kelly testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun violence on January 30th. (Photo by Susan Walsh/AP Photo)

In response to a horrific series of shootings that has sown terror in our communities, victimized tens of thousands of Americans, and left one of its own bleeding and near death in a Tucson parking lot, Congress has done something quite extraordinary—nothing at all. Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly Janurary 8, 2013 op-ed excerpt

Gun Control: Voices in the debate We cannot tolerate this anymore. These tragedies must end, and to end them we must change. Are we really prepared to say that we’re powerless in the face of such carnage, that the politics are too hard? — President Barack Obama at the vigil service for Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims

Now is the time for a national policy on guns that takes loopholes out of our laws, automatic weapons out of our neighborhoods, and the tragedies like today (Newtown) out of our future. — The 700-member, bipartisan Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition

To ban guns because criminals use them is to tell the innocent and law-abiding that their rights and liberties depend not on their own conduct, but on the conduct of the guilty and the lawless, and that the law will permit them to have only such rights and liberties as the lawless will allow. — Jeff Snyder, Second Amendment Foundation

While I favor keeping guns out of the hands of felons, youths, and the mentally impaired, I oppose adding more bureaucratic obstacles that attempt to fight crime by disarming its victims. — Peter Kasler, New York Times Most Americans don’t know how weak our guns laws are. Gun owners aren’t licensed.


The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a gun. I call on Congress today to appropriate whatever is necessary to put armed police officers in every single school in this nation. — Wayne LaPierre, Executive Vice President, NRA Eighty-five percent of Americans want mandatory handgun registration, a background check, and a 5-day waiting period for purchasing a handgun. Seventy-two percent also want mandatory registration of rifles and shotguns. — National Gun Policy Survey of the National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago Gun control has not worked in D.C. We have the strictest gun laws in the nation and one of the highest murder rates. It’s quicker to pull your Smith and Wesson than to dial 911 if you’re being robbed. — Lt. Lowell Duckett, President Black Police Caucus We can’t just stand behind you and say we support our men and women in the law enforcement community and then not have the laws on the books that help you do your job every day. It’s time that we have an assault weapon ban. — Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to the Chicago Police Department

The right is absolute. Government has no authority to forbid me from owning a firearm. The debate is not about guns. It is about freedom. — State Senator Tom McClintock, California I sympathize with people who want to ban guns, but I can’t agree with them. We have to be careful in our zeal to abolish guns such that we don’t wind up with legislation that will leave armed only the people most likely to do harm with them. — Hugh Downs, veteran ABC newsman I give the President credit for sincerity of this. …The problem is he doesn’t know what to do and no one knows what to do. The things he signed today, the executive orders, are useless. It’s the appearance of motion. I think it’s sincere, he wants to do a little at the edges; a little research here, a little encouragement here. But everybody understands it’s not going to make any difference. So, he is saying that the three big items are the ban on assault weapons, on the big magazines, and the idea of having the background checks. I think they are not going to pass. I think he will expend some capital, but the country simply isn’t ready to do anything near that. — Charles Krauthammer on “Special Report” There are already at least 250 million guns in America, perhaps as many as 300 million. Unless we’re going to send the police into people’s basements to confiscate guns, there will for many decades be many guns in America. Monsters who want to go on rampages will be able to find firearms of all descriptions. — David Brooks, New York Times

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President Bill Clinton at The Richmond Forum February 8, 2013

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President Clinton is welcomed to the stage by Tim Butturini, Regional President for Wells Fargo, the Lead Patron for the evening.


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John S. West, Managing Partner of the Richmond office of Troutman Sanders, and his wife Karen shared a moment at the private reception with President Clinton.

Ed Grier, Dean of the VCU School of Business, a Producer Patron, with Monica and Michael Rao, President of VCU.

Mr. Clinton gave us much to think about—in terms of our own politics and the extremely complex worldwide situation. His hopeful view of the benefits of technology and his belief in the good sense of the American citizen were inspirational. Subscriber survey comment

Richmond Forum Executive Director Bill Chapman posed questions submitted by the audience to President Clinton. Topics ranged from Congress to public service to what American can learn from other nations.

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Past Speakers 1987 January February March April

Ted Koppel “Iran: Yesterday and Today” Hodding Carter, Paul Duke and Larry Speakes Diane Sawyer with General Brent Scowcroft Charles Kuralt

1 993-1994 November January February March April

“America in the Year 2000” Lamar Alexander, Marvin Cetron, Senator Warren Rudman and Chris Wallace Louis Rukeyser with Frank Cappiello and Michael Holland President George H. W. Bush Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Bob Newhart

1 987-1988 January February March April

Oprah Winfrey George Will “The Cold War – Will it Thaw?” Marvin Kalb, Jeane Kirkpatrick and Vladimir Pozner Art Buchwald

1 994-1995 November January February March April

General Colin Powell Walter Cronkite with Judy Woodruff Dave Barry Tom Clancy Jack Kemp and Senator George Mitchell

1 988-1989 January February March April

Sam Donaldson John Chancellor and Henry Kissinger “Should Drugs be Legalized?” William Buckley and Charles Rangel Dr. Carl Sagan

1 995-1996 November January February March April

Ambassador Carla Hills and Prime Minister Brian Mulroney “Space and Flight: The First & Last Men on the Moon” Neil Armstrong, Capt. Eugene Cernan, David Hartman and Dick Rutan Calvin Trillin Charles Kuralt “The Presidency, The Press and The People” Ed Bradley, David Gergen, Pierre Salinger, Sheila Tate and Bob Woodward

1 989-1990 January February March April

Paul Duke, Howard Fineman and Charles McDowell “Perspectives – From Right to Left” Frank Carlucci, Bettina Gregory, George McGovern, William Proxmire and William Rusher Mike Wallace Alistair Cooke

1 996-1997 November January February March April

Dick Cavett and Carl Reiner Ray Brady with Paul A. Volcker “To Preserve and Protect: The Story of the American Presidency” Doris Kearns Goodwin and David McCullough Sir David Frost interviews Andrew Lloyd Webber “The Legal System in America” Marcia Clark, Philip K. Howard, Prof. Arthur Miller, Dr. Rodney Smolla and The Hon. Kym Worthy

1 990-1991 October January February March April

Chancellor Helmut Schmidt “Crisis in the Persian Gulf” Admiral William Crowe, General Alexander Haig, Robert McFarlane and Edwin Newman H. Ross Perot Art Buchwald and Andy Rooney “Space and Beyond” James Burke, Dr. Frank Drake and James Lovell Barbara Walters Margaret Thatcher Larry King with General Norman Schwarzkopf “DNA: From Catching Criminals to Constructing Dinosaurs” Patricia Cornwell, Dr. Victor McKusick and Dr. Marc Micozzi Mark Russell

1 997-1998 November January February March April

Bill Moyers Wynton Marsalis Prime Minister Shimon Peres and Dan Raviv Mary Tyler Moore Peter Lynch

1 991-1992 October January February March April

1 998-1999 November January February March April

Rt. Hon. John Major Robert S. Bennett and Dr. William J. Bennett with Tim Russert Harry S. Dent, Jr. and Lou Dobbs Lily Tomlin Dr. Robert Ballard and Jean-Michel Cousteau

1 992-1993 October January February March April

Terry Anderson “Japanese/American Trade Debate” with Hiroki Kato and T. Boone Pickens Dr. Joyce Brothers Bill Cosby Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev with Cokie Roberts

1 999-2000 November January February March April

Julie Andrews with Catherine Crier “The Century” Todd Brewster and Peter Jennings “Technology and the New Marketplace” Ray Brady, Michael Connors and John Krubski Archbishop Desmond Tutu James Carville and Newt Gingrich with Tim Russert


pa st speakers

2 000-2001 November January February March April

Senator John Glenn Tom Brokaw Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with Daniel Schorr Frank McCourt Dr. William Kelso

2 001-2002 November January February March April

Hal Holbrook in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mark Twain Tonight!â&#x20AC;? Rabbi Marc Gellman and Msgr. Thomas Hartman Dick Clark Doris Kearns Goodwin and David McCullough The Hon. Madeleine K. Albright and The Hon. James A. Baker III with Gwen Ifill

2 002-2003 November January February March April

Ken Burns The Hon. Rudolph W. Giuliani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and Her Majesty Queen Noor with Gwen Ifill FBI Director Louis Freeh Senator Fred Thompson

2 003-2004 November January February March April

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