U.S. Constitution: Second Amendment

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.

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2 Responses to “A Torch With No Flame – Charlton Heston on the Second Amendment”

  1. Thank you for posting! I’m not as frightened of ‘them’ as Mr. Howes. History shows us that they can not take what we do not give them. And, attempts to conquer the world often result in self implosion. There is always a way when your heart is filled with Love, Light and Liberty :-)

  2. Ed Howes says:

    While we have the right to own and operate any weapon such as may be used against us, there is the small matter of practicality. We pay taxes to provide our most likely enemy with secret technology that will make our own weapons of none effect. We ought to know if we do not possess weapons that will bring down an Apache helicopter or stop an armored personnel carrier, or bring down an aircraft spreading chemicals at 20,000 ft., we are essentially unarmed and our handguns and shotguns and sniper rifles amount to nothing. 90% of those who have such will hand them over when the knock comes upon their door. Most people have already sold their liberty for a corporate job. I don’t see anyone fighting to keep them, considering the price they paid.