Five Steps to Help Protect the 2nd Amendment

There has been a lot of talk of late about how damaging a Hillary Clinton Supreme Court nominee would be for the 2nd Amendment – with many going so far as to say that things “would be over.” Clearly, she hates your right to keep and bear arms, and whether it’s her, or someone in the future, they’re going keep pushing until they get the Supreme Court that they want.

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The Gun Control Battle is a Choice Between a Police State and a Free Society

Gun control proponents often paint the fight over gun rights as a battle between “gun sense” advocates and fringe elements who want dangerous people to have access the firearms. In reality, the conflict is a fundamental choice every society must make. Does it want to live in a police state or a free society?

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Arizona Legislature Squanders 18 Opportunities to Reject Federal Power in 2016

PHOENIX, Ariz. (July 11, 2016) – The Arizona State House and Senate leadership soundly rejected the principles of the Founding Fathers during the 2016 legislative session. They protected the Washington D.C. status quo by killing 18 bills that would have blocked the federal enforcement of various unconstitutional programs. To make matters worse, most of the legislative acts did not even receive a vote in their respective chambers.

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Intense Law Enforcement Opposition Derails Arizona Bill Setting Foundation to Reject and Block all new Federal Gun Control

PHOENIX, Ariz. (June 8, 2016) – Intense opposition by law enforcement lobbyists killed an Arizona bill that would have prohibited the state from using personnel or resources to enforce any new federal gun control measures, setting the foundation to nullify them in practice within the state.

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South Carolina Senate Committee Passes Bill Taking on all Upcoming Federal Gun Control Measures

COLUMBIA, S.C. (May 12, 2016) –  Yesterday, a South Carolina Senate committee passed a bill banning the enforcement of any future federal gun control measures. If signed into law, this would render them “nearly impossible to enforce,” but it faces an uphill battle to get a vote on the Senate floor.

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