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Constitutional Principles Must Be Guarded

by Ammoland.com  |  published on February 5, 2013

There is danger in the misuse of power. Some of the counter-balances in the Constitutional system which the Founding Fathers erected, have been let to decompose.

One outstanding neglect is in the mismanagement of the organized militia, and the proper use, care and ownership of firearms.

This, unfortunately, has been greatly neglected. The federal and state governments have both been working toward the gradual elimination of all firearms.

Check out Public Law 87-297 – the shocking program for “general and complete disarmament” of the people of the United States. The United States State Department once published a document called ‘FREEDOM FROM WAR” (1961) that laid out their intention to completely disarm the people.

Unfortunately, the State Department has discontinued publishing this document that exposes this unwise and evil intention; however, the document can be seen in its entirety on the Internet at www.mikenew.com/pub7277.html

Constitutional Principle: You cannot place the control of your right to arms under the control of the same people in whom you were meant to ‘guard against’ because of the opportunity the circumstance presents to public officials for tyranny in government.

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