Radio host Mark Levin calls NRA “the paramount voice for individual sovereignty and liberty.” …”The fact of the matter is these are very, very perilous times. The federal government is becoming increasingly powerful and the Bill of Rights are under attack, unless of course you’re a mass murderer or a terrorist in which case they kick in and are strongly defended.”
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The liberal nanny state is not based on a liberal desire to improve the lives of others; it’s based on liberals desire to be nannies — that is, to run the lives of others. – American Thinker
Inevitably, we will be seeing more social, economic and legal problems, not to mention hundreds of thousands of more mostly wasted, alienated, and disoriented youth.
The ATT doesn’t recognize American citizens’ Second Amendment rights. Restricting the supply of firearms to private citizens is also something dictators like, because they want to prevent armed opposition to their regimes.
The fact that an organization full of tyrants, dictators, thugs and gross human rights violators wants to control small arms worldwide is hardly a surprise. Somehow, administration assurances that the treaty won’t infringe on our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms doesn’t reassure us. – IBD
All government fears liberty. By its nature, government is the negation of liberty. God has given us freedom, and the government has taken it away. – Judge Andrew Napolitano
As people witness America’s social fabric unraveling before their eyes, they see their government’s impotent and misguided response and they are determined to competently execute their right to self-defense.
I ask you to consider the recent focus on firearms in a broader frame. Think of it in context of ALL forms of violence in America. Where is the MOST violence to be found? What systems support it…and hide it from our view?
A Justice Department study found that firearms are used about 82,000 times per year to defend against violent assault and property crimes.
The mantra among gun owners that “registration leads to confiscation” has been borne out hundreds of times since the twentieth century in other countries and in ours.