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New York Newspaper to Release More Names of Gun Permit Owners After Uproar

Daniel30 Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 11:23 PM
There were two issues addressed by the US Constitution's 2nd amendment. The first sentence had to do with private rights to bear arms. Every household was considered a sovereign government with rights of self-protection. The second was state militias. The tenth amendment is useless if states did not have the right to keep militias to defend themselves against the possibility of federal government tyranny. Our Constituion was not the constitution for a central government, but for a national government that stood within a matrix of self-ruling entities including privately owned estates, states, religious institutions and the newly organized federal government meant to have sovereignty in a defined and very limited fashion.

Following the shooting in Newtown, CT a suburban New York newspaper sparked quite an uproar among gun enthusiasts by publishing names and addresses of residents who held pistol permits. Now this same newspaper is looking to publish even more names.

More names and addresses will bed added to a map that was originally posted on Christmas Eve in the Journal News from White Plains, NY. The first map listed thousands of pistol permit holders in Westchester and Rockland county, which are just north of New York City.

Along with an article entitled "The gun owner next door: What...