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CCRW Televised Forum – Mental Health, Second Amendment
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God The Second Amendment
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Dear LiberalViewer: Second Amendment Response
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Justice John Paul Stevens Wants To Change The Second Amendment

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Oathbreaking Tyrant: Justice John Paul Stevens Wants To Change The Second Amendment
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Kira Davis – My 2nd Amendment Story
Calguns Guest Commentator Kira Davis shares how she went from being firmly anti-gun to being a committed advocate for the Second Amendment.

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Andrews, Texas Cops Violate Gun Rights
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The "Guns Everywhere Bill," which Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed on Wednesday, will allow Georgians to exercise their Second Amendment rights in airports, schools, churches, and government buildings, with few caveats. As Politico notes, the National Rifle Association called it themost comprehensive pro-gun bill in state history, probably because, with a few exceptions, theSafe Carry …

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Your Second Amendment Rights Are Limited Only by Your Imagination in Georgia

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On Wednesday, Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 60, legislation that protects law-abiding, licensed Georgia citizens’ Second Amendment rights.

“For decades now I have staunchly defended our Second Amendment rights as both a legislator and as governor,” said Deal. “This legislation will protect the constitutional rights of Georgians who have gone through a background check to legally obtain a Georgia Weapons Carry License. Roughly 500,000 Georgia citizens have a permit of this kind, which is approximately 5 percent of our population. License holders have passed background checks and are in good standing with the law. This law gives added protections to those who have played by the rules and who can protect themselves and others from those who don’t play by the rules. Our nation’s founders put the right to bear arms on par with freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Georgians cherish their Second Amendment rights, and this law embodies those values.”

Jann Oldham, who flies into and out of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport several times a year, doesn’t like the idea that someone other than a police officer could be carrying a gun as she walks through the airport.

“I just don’t think that’s a good idea at all,” Oldham said.

The bill will let licensed owners carry guns into any part of Georgia municipal airports thatare not behind security checkpoints.

Oldham supports the Second Amendment, just not in the airport.

“In an environment like this, we already have security. What’s the point?” Oldham asked.

Kellie Seibel feared the legislation could open the doors to more gun violence like last year’s shooting at Los Angeles International Airport that left a TSA officer dead and several people wounded.

“This would be a perfect opportunity for someone to who wants to take revenge out on a group of people or any type of terrorist activity,” Seibel said.

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Gov. Deal signs sweeping gun bill

Second Amendment rights took center stage Wednesday in Georgia, as Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law a bill that expands the places where licensed gun owners can carry weapons.

But his primary opponent David Pennington said that day that the legislation doesnt go far enougn

For decades now I have staunchly defended our Second Amendment rights as both a legislator and as governor, Deal said in a press release. This legislation will protect the constitutional rights of Georgians who have gone through a background check to legally obtain a Georgia Weapons Carry License. Roughly 500,000 Georgia citizens have a permit of this kind, which is approximately 5 percent of our population. License holders have passed background checks and are in good standing with the law. This law gives added protections to those who have played by the rules and who can protect themselves and others from those who dont play by the rules.

He added: Our nations founders put the right to bear arms on par with freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Georgians cherish their Second Amendment rights, and this law embodies those values.

Pennington, one of two Republicans challenging Deal in the May 20 primary, said he would push for even further protections.

The Second Amendment is not just a gun issue. Its a freedom issue, Pennington, the mayor of Dalton said. In this country, we have gone from first to 11th in worldwide freedom rankings in the past 13 years. It is our birth right as Americans to live in the freest nation on earth. We personally may give up that right, but we cannot surrender our childrens and grandchildrens birth rights.

I dont believe that giving up our freedoms makes us any safer. The crime rates in this country have proven that. As a leader, I will not rest until we are the freest nation on earth again, Pennington added. While Nathan touts this one bill, he purposely forgets to mention the failure of campus carry and other bills that protect our Second Amendment rights. As governor, I will advance legislation that protects and enhances our Second Amendment rights.

John Barge, the third candidate in the GOP primary, released an open letter this week explaining why he is running for governor.

Barge answers the question as I am tired of a litany of complaints, from cut funding to education and issues with state insurance to ethical questions and concerns.

I am running for governor because I am tired of not having a choice on the type of leader who leads our state, the state school superintendent concludes. Now, you have a choice.

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The strength and necessity of our Second Amendment

I was alarmed and concerned, as a freedom-loving citizen, at the actions of our Federal Government, i.e. The BLM vs. one of our citizens i.e., Clive Bundy of Bunkerville, NV. Being unaware of the real reason behind the confrontation, I can only address the standoff situation. The Feds moved in well armed in what threatened to be another Ruby Ridge or Waco massacre. Our fellow citizen/militia moved in armed with our Second Amendment i.e., our right to bear arms.

Notice a big difference. The Feds went in armed, virtually unopposed and not facing armed resistance. When the Feds were met with armed resistance i.e., our citizen/militia, the Feds backed down. The Feds could understandably see no reason to die so Harry Reid and his son and cronies could make more money.

Our citizen/militia moved in armed with our second amendment, facing guns, which could result in deadly opposition. Please acknowledge that our citizen/militia stood for the freedom our forefathers so bravely fought for, facing injury and in many cases death. They didnt run as our not so upstanding and brave feds did.

Back up 225 years and our Founding Fathers were fighting the same type of tyrannical government that Clive Bundy and our citizen/militia are fighting today. Our Constitutional Framers fortunately gave us our Second Amendment assuming we would need it in event of the tyranny we are now facing.

A few weeks back a couple of contributors to this page referenced our Constitutional Framers in a very favorable view, with which I agree. Please be aware that President Obama referenced these same Framers as rich people who didnt want to pay their taxes. Our Framers referenced it as taxation without representation.

Only the very uniformed can praise our Framers while voting for and supporting Obama. I would suggest these contributors watch the news on ABC, CBS, FOX, CNN or numerous others. Information can fix ignorance.

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Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday radical new gun legislation that will allow licensed owners to carry firearms into more public places than at any time in the past century, including government buildings, bars, and a wide variety of public places.

The law, called the Safe Carry Protection Act, allows churches to opt-in to permit weapons, school districts to appoint staff carrying firearms, and requires bars to opt out if they wish to ban firearms, NBC reports. Gun owners caught at airport security checkpoints can pick up their weapons and leave with no criminal penalty.

Critics have called the new legislation the Guns Everywhere Bill, and gun control groups including Americans for Responsible Solutions and Mayors Against Illegal Guns have strongly criticized the bill, as has the executive director of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police, Frank Rotondo. Police officers do not want more people carrying guns on the street, said Rotondo, particularly police officers in inner city areas.

Proponents of the law say, however, that it strengthens the Second Amendment and will make people safer. When we limit a Georgians ability to carry a weapon to defend themselves were empowering the bad guys, said Georgia state Rep. Rick Jasperse, who introduced the bill.

Eight states have loosened gun regulations since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn. in December 2012, while 10 states have strengthened regulations, according to the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.

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Second Amendment Rally Saturday
Supporters of the Second Amendment plan to rally again in downtown Asheville this weekend. The first event was held last year and ruffled a lot of feathers. …

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Amend The Second Amendment?
More gun rights videos at http://bit.ly/1nDC8wx Former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens on ABC's “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” explained h…

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Justice John Paul Stevens on the Second Amendment
In his new book “Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution,” retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens spoke to Judy Woodruff about…

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A liberal former Supreme Court justice, still outspoken and influential in retirement, is pushing to change the Constitution’s Second Amendment in a way that could lead to massive gun confiscations in states.

John Paul Stevens, 94, who retired in 2010, would rewrite the Second Amendment in a way that would allow only state militia members to be armed, a radical change from the current lay of the land spelled out in several high court decisions.

In his new book Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution, being played up in the media, Stevens would make clear that only militias, not citizens, have a right to guns.

The current wording is: A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. His proposal would read: A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms when serving in the militia shall not be infringed.

In his book and interviews to promote it, Stevens said that shootings like the December 2012 school slayings in Newtown, Conn., sparked his anti-gun plan and made him more passionate about speaking out against private gun ownership, especially of handguns.

He told the PBS NewsHour that federal judges should not be involved in deciding gun ownership. Well, it would be my ultimate hope that legislatures would decide the issues, and not be hampered by constitutional restrictions, because clearly, legislators are in a much better position than judges are to decide what could be permissible in different contexts.

Stevens added, The effect of the Second Amendment as it is now construed is to make federal judges the final arbiters of gun policy, which is quite, quite wrong, I think, and quite contrary to what the framers intended when they drafted the Second Amendment, to protect states from the danger that a strong federal armed force would have been able to the states of their own militias.

The National Rifle Association was quick to react. We strongly disagree with his viewpoint, said spokesman Andrew Arulanandam from Indianapolis, where the NRA is holding it’s week-long annual meeting. Our Founding Fathers believed that the Second Amendment is the one right that secures all the others; while former Justice Stevens may disagree with them, this remains a historical fact, he told Secrets.

In his book, Stevens claims that the court has wrongly expanded the Second Amendment. One decision he seems mad about was written in 2008 and ruled that the Second Amendment protects a civilians right to keep a handgun in his home for self-defense.

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