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Madison, 2A, Locke and Loaded

In today’s America, James Madison’s 2A “Lock and Load” ain’t antiquated.

TEXAS: James Madison, our fourth president, and the original author of the Bill of Rights.  Madison had concerns with the 2nd amendment, and the proposal for it was simple.  An armed populace would be the greatest deterrent to the federal government’s invasion of the states—the free and independent states. Madison was somewhat for a federal ...

2A, Constitutional Carry, Illinois, Gun Violence,Lightfoot, Chicago, Murder, Shootings, Democrats

Chicago proves 2A right to carry firearms should be uniform and national

WASHINGTON: One of the worst-run states the Democrats can take credit for is Illinois. Illinois was the first (1968) state in the nation to unconstitutionally and illegally require all residents who want to own guns to first apply for and possess an Illinois Firearm Owner’s Identification (FOID) card from the state. The sole purpose of ...

gun, guns 2A, Second Amendment, Coronavirus, COVID, Gun Shops

The sales of guns in the U.S. is blowing up despite liberal 2A attacks

WASHINGTON, D.C.: The Second Amendment is alive and well in the United States of America, based on background checks and gun sales. “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” – 2A The ignorant and enemies ...

Banning Assault Rifles

Banning assault rifles: It is a matter of public safety

If the original intent of the Second Amendment had not been altered by a militant campaign funded by the gun industry and the NRA, Newtown, Las Vegas, Orlando and now Parkland, Florida might not have happened. But will banning assault rifles be possible?