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Donna Williams

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Well, the first thing that you need to know is that the U.S. Constitution would be “suspended”.
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I'm not saying Obama going to declare (((Martial Law))).
If Obama did declare (((Martial Law))):
Obama would remain President.
There be no elections.
The Constitution would no longer protect us.
We would lose our right to bear arms, freedom of speech, government can come into our home seize anything they want, etc. while the (((Martial Law))) is in effect.
When the (((Martial Law))) is no longer declare we have constitution to protect us, we have elections, all our rights back.
I'm only mentioning this because Obama has a bad habit of  bending laws to justify his damage, crap, etc. he's done to this country.
Obama has said he like to remain President but know he can't legally run again and he has said he like to take our guns from us.
Under (((Martial Law))) could do more damage, crap etc., to us and legally remain President and take our guns, etc.
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Bear Dog fall's R.C

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The second amendment, in our Bill Of Rights; STATES THIS VERY CLEARLY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Alan Lovejoy
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Repealing the Second Amendment would change nothing: The Constitution does not grant Congress any authority to criminalize the possession of arms -- nor of anything else other than counterfeit US currency.
A professor of conflict resolution at Portland State University has written a blistering editorial calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment. The professor is Tom H. Hastings. His op-ed was pu
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The 2nd is the teeth in the 1st, 4th, and 5th. The Framers were banking on "the better angels of our nature," that good people will rise up to defeat evil where it stands. If a professor thinks it's high time to disarm the populace, let him be the first to be violated by someone willfully ignorant of the law. And see how quickly the police arrive to save him; yes, those same police he is quick to denounce as thugs; those same police who are only minutes away when seconds count. (Assuming they come at all...)

Personally, I have to ask the question: How does one get to be a tenured professor without a modicum of pragmatic common sense? Is the ivory in the tower they live in somehow bulletproof? Or just a damn good reality filter?
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marcus easterling

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"The 21st, the 18th, the 14th and the 2nd": http://youtu.be/R5AUPJDFMnw
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Ed Towel

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Landmark legislation supporting of 2A in Georgia. This bill allows GA CCW holders to carry almost everywhere AND the police can NOT stop someone just because they are armed.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal expected to sign
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While SC lets these bills die in subcommittee before they have a chance.
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Patricia Holloway

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ATF RAID ON ares: ask to pass this on.
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TownHall.com posts that the restraining order was reversed by the same judge, under pressure from the DOJ through an ex parte action. 

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2014/03/17/despite-restraining-order-atf-raids-ares-armory-over-plastic-parts-n1810321
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Renee Kelley

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Here's what a crazy woman does
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Alan Lovejoy
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The terms 'militia' and 'national guard' are not synonyms.  One term occurs in the Constitution; the other does not. As a matter of Constitutional law, only the Constitution and the Supreme Court can define the meaning of terms that occur in the Constitution. That principle was a central component of the infamous Roberts' ruling that upheld the Constitutionality of ObamaCare by defining it as a tax for the purposes of Constitutional law, in spite of the fact that the law itself calls it a fine.

Constitutionally, the militia are all abled bodied male adults within a certain age range. And yes, that's the official definition specified by the Supreme Court.
Created in 1636 to defend the earliest American community, the Army National Guard celebrates its 377th birthday today.
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T.J. Hollidge

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This person has completely lost their mind!
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Alan Lovejoy
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FTA: By using the Constitution in such a manner, the Court argues that the Due Process Clause extends “certain personal choices central to individual dignity and autonomy” accepted in a majority of states across the state lines of a handful of states that still banned the practice.

The vast majority of states are “shall issue” on the matter of issuing concealed carry permits, and enjoy reciprocity with a large number of other states.

My North Carolina concealed carry permit, for example, was recognized yesterday as being valid in 36 states, which just so happened to be the number of states in which gay marriage was legal yesterday. But 14 states did not recognize my concealed carry permit yesterday.

Today they must.

Using the same “due process clause” argument as the Supreme Court just applied to gay marriage, my concealed carry permit must now be recognized as valid in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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+David Greifzu The latter. The legal system makes you litigate each application of the law to a new thing or circumstance all over again.
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Alan Lovejoy
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Does the first amendment apply outside the home? The 4th, 5th, etc?
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2nd Amendment Fight

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9 Things You Didn't Know About The Second Amendment

http://2ndAmendmentFight.com/9-things-you-didnt-know-about-the-second-amendment/
In the 2008 Supreme Court case, D.C. v Heller, the court went into extreme detail with regard to the origin and meaning of every word in the Second Amendment. Here are 9 things you may not know abo...
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Alan Lovejoy
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The meaning of "well-regulated militia" in the Second Amendment.
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The "civil power" did not and could not have meant the executive branch either as a lot of traitors would suggest today.  It was "We the People" instead.
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Andrew Abraham

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I private posted my location. Won't do it publically though I will say i'm not near there.
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THE 2nd AMENDMENT to THE CONSTITUTION is MY LINE IN the SAND!! GIVE me LIBERTY or GIVE me DEATH!!
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+Nikki Seymour I don't know if I wouldn't say I'm not doing anything. I created and currently working on making a number of changes to conservativesspace.com which is a social network for conservatives.

Besides putting SSL on the system I am looking to implement PGP into the messaging system so the messages send between people while stored on the site are encrypted.

But hey maybe you've took on a larger project than trying to make a social network that won't censor conservatives.
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Patricia Holloway

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This is an excellent article that tells us how our government was infiltrated from within. More important Saul Linsky's scheme is listed. Go to the bottom of the page and click onto "Communist Peace Offensive"  It may take a minute to pull up, but wait.  The April 1, 1951 booklet on "A Campaign to  "Disarm & Defeat" the United States of America." is there in the original version with notes. This is the reason that the Obama Administration has , and is fighting so hard to confiscate our guns, and they will not stop trying. Please share this with fellow Patriots, Veterans,  Military, Friends family and loved ones that are still sleeping. We were warned in the 1950's and 1960's but we slept through it.Glenn Beck tried to warn us the whole time he was on Fox News, and people called him crazy. He is still putting out the truth on his new network---the blaze.com. There are excellent documentaries on this site, Real news, the Beck Show, and it is free for two weeks. Also available on T.V. and other devices. The most important thing is that you read this article, discuss it. Pull up the "A Campaign to Disarm & Defeat the United States of America", it is 184 pages, so you might want to download, or print.Understanding the mind set for this President makes it easy to see why no matter what he will not give up on of confiscating guns from Law abiding Citizens. I have found many good post tonight ,but this one is the best.
In his book "Rules for Radicals," Saul Alinsky writes on the power tactics to be used against a political opponent for the purpose of breaking them down and destroying their reputation. One of these tactics characterizes nearly everything we have experienced since Barack Obama has been inaugurated as he and his administration have successfully used …
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Alan Lovejoy
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"A good cake being necessary to a wedding celebration, the right to buy and use an oven, shall not be infringed."

What is the goal of such a statement? As a Constitutional Amendment, whose right to 'buy and use an oven' does it recognize? That of the people, or only that of those participating in a wedding ceremony?

No self-defense denialists will address such questions because they have no answers that don't deserve extreme derision and disgust.
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Ed Towel

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Please vote  Sen Tolman out of office as soon as possible. 
 
A Democrat running for Massachusetts attorney general has called for the use of fingerprint technology on all new guns sold in the state. Sen. Warren E. Tolman argued that the attorney general could issue regulations to require these so-called "smart guns" under the existing law.
BOSTON — In what is the latest wrinkle in gun control controversies expected to emerge among three Democrats running for attorney general, former state Sen. Warren E. Tolman has called for use of fingerprint technology on all newly manufactured guns sold in the state, as a way of preventing use of stolen guns by criminals.
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Alan Lovejoy
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Addressing who can own guns, where they can carry them, and whether guns can be transported to a second home.
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Sandra Hunter

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I just found this. Maybe some of you gun owners would like to see this, especially if you live in NY. 
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As Californian I feel NY people pain. You cannot stay away from it, if we do nothing it will come after us state after state. Gun owners in america are under attack and we must fight in order to keep what we have now, otherwise we will loose.
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