Nullification: How states are making ...

Nullification: How states are making it a felony to enforce federal gun laws

There are 25 comments on the The Wichita Eagle story from May 3, 2013, titled Nullification: How states are making it a felony to enforce federal gun laws. In it, The Wichita Eagle reports that:

In mid-April, Kansas passed a law asserting that federal gun regulations do not apply to guns made and owned in Kansas.

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GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#22 May 17, 2013
dunadd wrote:
thank you, GunShow1, for these words of the founding fathers and those later. it is very much appreciated and i will forward them to my people and friends in my area which consists mostly of Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio. A friend of mine from Pikeville, Kentucky and myself are trying to get a group started called A.C.E.s which stands for American Constitutionalist Enforcers. We dont know at the present whether or not anything will come of it but it is worth the try and anticipation. i'll keep in touch through this Kansas forum. Thanks! have a great day. Be back later!
Cool! And good luck in the project!

A LOT more evidence can be found here:
http://gunshowonthenet.blogspot.com/

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#23 May 17, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Why don't you stop mooching off your mother and the state of California, you worthless coward?
Wipe your chin, dear.
Here, traitor-troll, mooch off THIS:

Disarming Realities: As Gun Sales Soar, Gun Crimes Plummet

A couple of new studies reveal the gun-control hypesters’ worst nightmare…more people are buying firearms, while firearm-related homicides and suicides are steadily diminishing. What crackpots came up with these conclusions? One set of statistics was compiled by the U.S. Department of Justice. The other was reported by the Pew Research Center.

According to DOJ’s Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. gun-related homicides dropped 39 percent over the course of 18 years, from 18,253 during 1993, to 11,101 in 2011. During the same period, non-fatal firearm crimes decreased even more, a whopping 69 percent. The majority of those declines in both categories occurred during the first 10 years of that time frame. Firearm homicides declined from 1993 to 1999, rose through 2006, and then declined again through 2011. Non-fatal firearm violence declined from 1993 through 2004, then fluctuated in the mid-to-late 2000s.

And where did the bad people who did the shooting get most of their guns? Were those gun show “loopholes” responsible? Nope....
http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrybell/2013/05...

Since: Feb 11

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#24 May 18, 2013
GunShow1 wrote:
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Cool! And good luck in the project!
A LOT more evidence can be found here:
How would you know, Pusspuss?

Since: Feb 11

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#25 May 18, 2013
GunShow1 wrote:
Disarming Realities: As Gun Sales Soar, Gun Crimes Plummet
32,000+ dead a year; realities here on earth.

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#26 May 18, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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32,000+ dead a year; realities here on earth.
All gang-bangers that are supporters of, and by, demonRats.

"The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall NOT be infringed".

"Right to bear Arms.

"The right of self defence is a natural right, which legislation should aid rather than supersede. By some it is thought that in a well-regulated community individuals should be altogether debarred from what is called "taking the law into their own hands," and that they should in every case, look to the public authorities for protection from injury. It is said that social order is best maintained by the enforcement of such a principle. A standing army is upheld, in order to protect the community from foreign aggression; a police force is maintained, in order to protect individuals from private wrong; and it is argued that the agency of these forces supersedes the necessity of individual effort.

"Undoubtedly the maintenance of social order is an object of paramount importance; but social order itself may be purchased at too dear a rate, if it can only be upheld by extinguishing manly virtues in a population. During the middle ages scenes of violence were of much more frequent occurrence than in modern days, and great evil arose from those breaches of social order; but it cannot be denied that the energies of individual character were by these very disorders developed, in a manner almost unknown to the present generation.

"The right to bear arms is one of those fundamental rights upon which the liberties of a free people rests...."

[PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT; OR, MEDITATIONS IN EXILE. BY WILLIAM SMITH O'BRIEN. WITH NOTES TO THE AMERICAN EDITION. BOSTON: PATRICK DONAHOE, 23 Franklin Street. 1856.]

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