The Development and Declaration of The Right to Bear Arms in England.

Observations from Chapter three, The Second Amendment Primer by Les Adams: The Development and Declaration of The Right In England. Why does the development and declaration of the right to bear arms in England matter to modern Americans? It is because the English system of Government had a profound impact on the development of the […]
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What Owning a Firearm Means to Me.

Owning a firearm means: – My current government trusts me to be a responsible law abiding member of a society ruled by law. A government that doesn’t trust its citizens or enforce the rule of law seeks control through subjugation of its people and that begins with disarming them. Throughout history, under the guise of […]
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Supreme Court won’t rule on carrying guns in public

Found here: usatoday.com by Richard Wolf WASHINGTON —The Supreme Court appears hesitant to wade back into the national debate on guns. The court refused Monday to decide whether the right to bear arms extends outside the home. The justices won’t consider a challenge to a New Jersey law that restricts most residents from carrying guns […]
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He Is With You

“The Lord your God is with you, He is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing.” —Zephaniah 3:17   There’s a saying, “All good things must come to an end.”  In this almost fatalistic approach to life, the good times are […]
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Honor, Virtue, and Social Responsibility: An armed society is a polite society.

Observations from Chapter two, The Second Amendment Primer by Les Adams: Expressions of The Right in Sixteenth to Eighteenth-Century Continental Europe. Continuing our journey through the history of the Second Amendment we find more evidence that the greatest minds of the past distinctly understood that free men, not only had the natural right to self-defense, but […]
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