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  1. The cartoon speaks volumes. The first 8 casualties arguably have gone down without much of a fight. The 9th prospective casualty – will there be a fight? What tools will be employed to fight the fight? What did the Framers have in mind?

    • What did the Framers have in mind? Read The Founders 2nd Amendment by Stephen P. Halbrook and you will know exactly what they had in mind.

  2. The fight is already being fought.. nationally and locally. The libs will loose in the end. The second amendment will be the one thing that preserves all that we value. No matter who you are or what your political beliefs are, the right to bear arms against tyranny is sacred. Common sense needs to prevail or we’re in for a very dirty civil war.

  3. If you read the book The Founders 2nd Amendment by Stephen P Halbrook the 2nd Amendment was created so that the preservation of the Constitution always remains in the hands of the people of the United States. Any attack on the Constitution or the Bill of Rights is a violation of the Supreme Law of the land. They have done the best they could to diminish our 2A rights, but more and more states are passing Constitutional Carry laws. This is creating a constitutional crisis. If the states that pass Constitutional Carry are following the Constitution, then that means the states that don’t are passing unconstitutional laws. Another question I ask is why the 2nd Amendment the only right that doesn’t mean the same thing in Vermont as it does New York? Not only that when 2nd Amendment rights are violated, there is a domino effect in which other rights are violated as the unconstitutional gun laws are implemented.

    ALL GUN CONTROL UNDER THE CONSTITUTION IS ILLEGAL! Government does not give us our rights. Our rights are not given to us by the Constitution. Our rights are given to us by God and are inherent to us as human beings and by the Laws of Nature. These rights that we are born with are affirmed to us by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments of the Constitution and specify what the government can and cannot do to us as citizens of the United States. Government’s only power is the power which is enumerated to it by the Constitution. The federal government, a state, county or town cannot pass a law contrary to the Constitution. Article 6 the Supremacy Clause makes the Constitution the supreme law of the land. Under our Constitution the government is not delegated the authority to legislate, enforce, or adjudicate laws pertaining to the exercise of our rights under the Constitution – Period. The government is not delegated the authority by our Constitution to require the government’s permission to exercise any right affirmed to us under the Constitution. The government is not delegated the authority by our Constitution to compel us to waive our guaranteed 4th Amendment right to be secure from unwarranted interrogation, search, or seizure in the absence of probable cause of criminal conduct. Or compel us to waive our guaranteed 5th Amendment right to due process as a precondition to being allowed (or denied) the exercise of our right to keep and bear arms. This violation of our 4th and 5th Amendment rights happens every time that we are interrogated under penalty of perjury without probable cause that a crime has been committed when we fill out B.A.T.F.E form 4473 to purchase a firearm. The government is not delegated the authority by our Constitution to compel us to waive our 10th Amendment right to a federal government exercising only those powers delegated to it by the United States Constitution, and State governments are prohibited the exercise of any power prohibited to the States by the United States Constitution.
    The government is not delegated the authority under the 14th Amendment to make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States. Government is not delegated by our Constitution the authority to license firearm dealers or operate or fund the most powerful anti-rights government agency on the planet called the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. Since no Amendment in the Bill of Rights has been repealed thru Article V or by a National Convention of States, the only legal way to change the Constitution, all existing gun control laws presently violate five Amendments of the Bill of Rights and goes against the settled law of two Supreme Court decisions, Heller vs the District of Columbia 2008 and McDonald vs Chicago 2010. Both decisions affirm that the people’s right to keep and bear arms is an individual right and that citizens are allowed firearms in common use, those small arms or those that operate like them and are issued to our National Guard which comprises of citizen soldiers.

    The purpose of compelled background checks as a precondition to allowing or denying the transfer of a firearm is to deceive firearm owners and prospective owners into unknowingly waiving their rights guaranteed by the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 10th and 14th Amendments so they will have no rights left to claim when the government decides to register and confiscate our firearms. We have a right to keep and bear arms, not a privilege to keep and bear arms. Our rights are beyond the reach of the government and no citizen has to ask government permission to exercise a right. Government has no authority delegated to it by the Constitution to deceive its citizens into waiving their rights or acquiescing to the loss of their rights by subterfuge, scam, fraud, or force. DO NOT VOLUNTARILY GIVE UP YOUR RIGHTS!

  4. No war was ever won without the common infantryman and his rifle, from Lexington and Concord to Ramadi, whether it was the Brown Bess musket or the AR platform. This is why the powers that want to restrict our rights and take over the United States are going after the AR15. They do not want to have an army of armed citizens standing in their way.

    “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by doing so.” – Adolf Hitler. On November 11th, 1938, Wilhelm Frick, passed Regulations Against Jews’ Weapon Possession. This regulation effectively deprived all Jews the right to possess firearms or other weapons.)

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