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No! When you look at it from the perspective of limiting the federal government to its “enumerated powers”, it all becomes very easy and clear. We haven’t been looking at it this way because we are so ignorant of our Constitution that we don’t know that it delegates “enumerated powers”

The latest round of rubbish flooding our in boxes is an ignorant rant claiming that the Dick Act of 1902 (which respects our Right to be armed) can’t be repealed because to do so would “violate bills of attainder and ex post facto laws”. Who dreams up this stuff? Does

In their order of importance, here are the reasons why the people must be armed en masse: To make a police state impossible. To make a tyrannical government impossible or temporary. To equal if not outstrip the level of violence which a criminal can bring to bear. To make any

Earlier this week, the news broke that the NICS background check had failed, and human error allowed Dylann Roof to purchase a handgun when, in fact, he should not have been able too. Apparently, there was some trouble accessing some paperwork concerning a drug arrest. Federal law states that any

In a video posted by Mike Bluehair at YouTube, a protester blasted a man who simply carried a semi-automatic rifle to a rally in Seattle, Washington, calling him a racist for carrying his weapon. No, seriously they did. Here’s what I want those who view this video to do. Identify

The most amazing debate took place in the Grand Canyon State earlier this year. It was a theological dispute surrounding two pro-gun bills that legislators were debating in the Arizona House of Representatives. The hot topic was: “Is the right to keep and bear arms a God-given right or not?”

Here we are in the aftermath of yet another mass shooting in America and the left can’t wait to pounce. As if it were scripted (and of course, it wasn’t), a deranged white boy guns down a group of innocents in possibly the nation’s most historic black church. Enter our

Dylann Roof attended a prayer meeting at Charleston, S.C.’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. After about an hour, he pulled a gun and shot nine Christians dead. South Carolina’s gun laws did nothing to stop this homicidal racist from going on a rampage inside a house of worship. South Carolina

The underlying argument for gun control seems to be that the availability of guns causes crime. By extension, the availability of any weapon would have to be viewed as a cause of crime. What does the Bible say about such a view? Perhaps we should start at the beginning, or

Freedom Outpost’s Constitutional scholar Publius Huldah recently explained why Federal gun laws are unlawful. She noted that the first gun control measures put in place in the United States did not take place until 1927, when Congress banned the mailing of certain weapons. We went from 1776 to 1927, 150