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Effective Gun Control

[Adaptation of post originally written on February 5, 2013] The President of the United States of America is proposing “common sense gun reforms.” First, I’ll note that a reform is a change, usually implying the improvement of something. If the … Continue reading

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Open Carry: Rights and Duties

If you have read any of my other posts about the right to bear arms, you know that I have a strong opinion about what natural law allows in this regard. That being said, so as not to mince words, … Continue reading

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The Fallacy of Gun Control

I think most of us miss the boat, when it comes to gun control. People have some blinders on when talking about the subject on either side that does not help a factual argument. Although I concede that most of … Continue reading

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The Modern Militia: Securing a Free State

Several generations are now largely unfamiliar with the nature of the responsibilities once held by most Americans in the defense of our states, the United States, and their laws. We catch glimpses of unfamiliar settings and practices from movies taking … Continue reading

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Gun Control versus Self Defense

Considering the ongoing tragedies involving attacks on innocent people, and especially children, I decided to offer another perspective to the debate. Having discussed the principles behind the right to bear arms in my previous post, I’d like to offer some thoughts … Continue reading

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The Right to Bear Arms

(I have provided some related sources at the end of this blog for your reading enjoyment.) There were three basic purposes behind the Second Amendment: 1) Protection of the State against outside aggression; 2) Protection against internal aggression; and 3) … Continue reading

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