Yeah, Insty and Uncle both linked to his post on the NRA's troubles, but it's a really good one. His invoking of Pournelle's Iron Law of Bureaucracy is spot on, and you should read the whole thing.
What I would add is that it's rare that you see the Iron Law expressed in, well, graft as blatantly as Wayne LaPierre and Company have done. Millions and millions of our dollars have gone to enrich the inner circle, not to advance the Second Amendment.
It was 2014 when I let my membership lapse, because the only thing I heard from the NRA was Wayne asking for money. Where were they on rolling back restrictive gun control laws? A lot of the time they were out front on new restrictions - remember Wayne LaPierre muttering about "Mental Health restrictions" a long time before the new hotness that is "Red Flag" laws started getting passed? I do, and believe that the post I just linked was the first time I invited him to die screaming in a crotch fire.
So the only thing that I'd add to Lawrence's excellent post is that we really won't miss the NRA when its gone. Yes, it's sad that Wayne drove it into the ground, yes, it's a crying shame what they did to a once great organization. But here we are. Sic transit Gloria Mundi.