Militias, Firearms, and the Second Amendment

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Behind the scenes at the Continental Congress2009, a debate raged on the recommended civil action for the chapter that would eventually become Article 4 of the Articles of Freedom, Militias, Firearms, and the Second Amendment. The debate was between, I believe, the sunshine patriots– motivated by fear, lack of knowledge. or both–and the real patriots.  We are so fortunate indeed that liberty prevailed.

Delegate Jeff Williams, from Washington State, put this podcast together for the Gun Rights Radio Network, and provides various clips from the proceedings and commentary that is truly an excellent representation of the debate.  Please go here for the podcast.

1 Response to “Militias, Firearms, and the Second Amendment”

  1. 1 drkate January 18, 2010 at 1:59 am

    Taliban launch attack on Kabul:

    January 18, 2010

    A major Taliban attack began on Kabul Jan. 18. The fighting is being reported by both American and Taliban sources. According to one American source, reports of an imminent attack began circulating Jan. 17. Heavy fighting is being reported at multiple locations, apparently focused around the Serena Hotel. The hotel, which is frequented by foreign journalists and government officials, has been attacked in the past. According to the Taliban, 20 suicide bombers are taking part in the attack. They claim the Presidential Palace, Ministries of Justice, Finance, Mines and Industry are among the targets. There reports of casualties, but numbers and locations are unclear.

    The attack is still in progress, with Taliban forces reportedly fighting Afghan security forces. Explosions, gunfire and rocket fire have been reported along with the suicide bombers. It is unclear as to whether this assault will prove larger than attacks carried out last February.

    Early reports in a situation like this tend to be inaccurate, and it will be a while before we get a clear sense of what has happened. However, it is clear that this is a major assault.

    Source: strafor

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