Who really has the right to take our guns away?

The argument about gun control goes back and forth relentlessly. Some say it’s imbedded in our constitution (it is), others say that the constitution has been misinterpreted or is outdated and should change with the times. What it all comes down to is this: lawmakers, politicians, and everyone with a twitter handle and an opinion are telling YOU what YOUR rights are.

A deep and abiding belief in God is imbedded in everything we hold dear as Americans, and in fact is at the root of how we define ourselves as such. Therefore, it is not only unconstitutional but ungodly for any man to attempt to limit another’s inalienable rights as outlined in the Constitution of the United States of America.

As Roger Katz so eloquently stated for Ammoland:

Most Americans understand that natural rights—such as the right of Free Speech and Association, the right to be free from Unreasonable Searches and Seizures, and the Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms—exist intrinsically in the American citizen; that a loving, all-powerful, and omniscient, and benevolent Creator bestowed these rights on us; in us. No man, nor Government entity created these natural rights. So no man, nor any Government can deny the American citizen of these fundamental, unalienable, enumerated rights. For those of us who ascribe to the precepts of Individualism, these sacred, fundamental rights and liberties are not mere statutes. They represent the highest form of moral law—codifications etched in stone in our Constitution; never to be amended, repealed, ignored, or abrogated.

These rights are God Given and will not be taken away!

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  1. There seems to be a consensus that the Constitution must be interpreted as to its true meaning; this is false. The Constitution as written is firm and absolute. Only laws created are subject to interpretation as to whether those laws conform to the Constitution as written.

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