Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Constitutional Carry

   In a time of universal deceit, the truth is a revolutionary act”George Orwell
Constitutional Carry
Are some of the programed robots in the U.S. actually beginning to think for themselves?

By de Andréa Opinion Editorialist
THE BOTTOM LINE: April 14, 2015

In light of THE MURDER ZONES published on April 12, I thought this was good news for a change. Three more states have recently implemented “constitutional carry,” the name given to laws that legalize open as well as concealed carry of a loaded weapon.  Bear in mind that the term “legalize” in this instance is a redundancy since it is already legal according to U.S. Federal Constitutional law, which supersedes all other laws both federal and state.

The movement for constitutional carry espouses the principle that the Second Amendment is the only provision necessary to authorize a citizen’s right to be armed.  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.”
As ratified by the States and authenticated by Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State

If it is illegal to infringe on this law, then why is it infringed?

The three states to recently come on board to acknowledge that we actually have Constitutional rights here in America are Kansas, New Hampshire, and West Virginia.
Most of my readers have been told that every American citizen is issued a concealed carry permit when we’re born. It’s known as the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
While the Founders would agree with the statement above, the modern day anti American government chooses to interpret it differently — leaving it to the states to decide if they want to abide by the document of law that this great nation was founded upon…
One major loophole that the constitutional carry bill closes is the fact that in some states where open carry is legal, the act of slipping on a coat or jacket over your firearm essentially turns you into a criminal, as the firearm then becomes “concealed.”
Other states around the nation are advancing pro-gun legislation, marking major victories for Second Amendment supporters and proving once again that the billions of dollars spent by the “Hate America anti-gun lobby” is a massive waste of money.
The National Rifle Association issued the following statement about the West Virginia law:
Senate Bill 317 would require Charleston, South Charleston, Martinsburg and Dunbar to abandon their restrictive, anti-gun ordinances related to the carrying or selling of firearms. Under this law, West Virginia cities may still prohibit the concealed carrying of firearms in “municipal buildings dedicated to government operations,” but not anywhere else.
“This bill will bring uniformity to the confusing patchwork of gun laws around the state,” noted Chris W. Cox, executive director of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action. “This bill will remove confusion and protect the rights of gun owners throughout the state. It is important to have clear and uniform laws upholding our Right to Keep and Bear Arms,” added Cox.
The Conservative Times also discussed the West Virginia law:
Removing the “grandfathered” regulations in Charleston and other municipalities that allow a three-day “waiting period” on handguns and the purchase of only one handgun a month (gun rationing).
Allowing for the storage of firearms in personal vehicles on municipal property when locked out of sight.
This is a good thing for the people of West Virginia. It is confusing to have different gun laws in different cities and towns. More states should pass uniform laws such as this, while still allowing private businesses the option to declare themselves gun-free at their own risk if they so choose.
The West Virginia law overrides separate local ordinances in various cities and towns within the state. It also removes the potentially dangerous waiting period.
A strong move toward constitutional carry is also underway in Iowa, where supporters have written a bill to allow unrestricted carry of a handgun without a permit.
Iowa would join the ranks of Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Vermont and Wyoming, the only states that do not require a permit for individuals to keep and bear arms. Insolently because of lack of anti-gun laws these States have the lowest violent crime rates in the nation. A similar proposal has been floated in South Carolina.
Even areas of the country that are usually strongly Democratic and liberal are showing signs of moving toward pro-gun positions. Citizens groups in Connecticut are speaking out against that state’s strong anti-gun laws, I guess they don’t want another Sandy Hook massacre. Citizens of Detroit are being urged by their police chief to arm themselves and fight back against crime. That my friend is how crime rates drop in as city or a state.
Even Chicago, the poster city for gun control, recently had its ban on gun stores overturned, after the Illinois ban on concealed carry was ruled unconstitutional. Now just as in Washington DC with Heller vs Washington DC watch the escalating crime rate in Chicago begin to deescalate in the next few years.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Could it really be - that the robotically programed anti-constitutionalists are finally beginning to actually have an independent thought, and as a result, they are becoming aware of the truth of the Second Amendment, what it’s for, and why it is absolutely necessary to ensure the future of freedom and security in America? 

Greater miracles have happened…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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