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Blacks Should Embrace NRA Gun Proposal

JOE1CR Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 3:47 PM
Limited Government in Relation to the "Bill of Rights" (or Prohibitions) second amendment included. The "Bill of Rights" amendments (the first eight, specifying particular rights, supplemented by the Ninth and Tenth Amendments expressly reserving to the people and to the States their non-delegated rights and powers) are, in reality, express prohibitions against the Federal government additional to those previously stated in the body of the Constitution. They are therefore properly considered to be a partial and supplementary Bill of Prohibitions which particularize some of the previously created boundaries, or limits, of this government's powers. They may be likened to additional posts put in a fence to strengthen it--the fence built aroun
JOE1CR Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 3:48 PM
the fence built around the field of powers of the Federal government, to "fence in" this potential monster of power.

The American system of limited government was made express by the Constitution--as supplemented by the "Bill of Rights" Amendments, applying against the Federal government only.

What is the essence of freedom? Property and a gun.

I never met my grandfather, but that's the lesson I took from his life. He was one generation out of slavery and bought property and guns.

It's so predictable that today's discussion on gun control is similar to the noise we hear from liberals every time there is a mass shooting. What is new this time is that the NRA, under the direction of Wayne LaPierre, David Keene and Asa Hutchinson, has put forth a concrete plan that most American parents should appreciate will keep children safer at school.

Why...