When corporations abandoned NRA members in response to the demands of gun control activists, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle of Georgia was paying close attention. Atlanta-based Delta bowed to the digital mob. He vowed to kill a $50 million tax break on fuel unless the company fully reinstated its relationship with NRA members, honoring seat discounts for travel to the 2018 NRA Annual Meetings in Dallas. He made good on his promise, cutting the tax break from the bill the governor signed into law last week. Lt. Gov. Cagle says you have to have a strong backbone and stand up for what you believe in as a political leader. It's wrong to demonize law-abiding gun owners. He also discusses the new Georgia Youth Outdoors Passport initiative. It allows young Georgians to hunt and fish at reduced cost, and creates a one-on-one mentoring program for new sportsmen. Originally aired on Cam & Co 03/12/18.