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2nd Amendment and the National Rifle Association

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The Second Amendment was adopted on December 15, 1791. It reads:

"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."

So if the right to bear arms is in the constitution why are people of color constantly stopped, questioned and harassed if their practicing their constitutional rights.  Where was and is the National Rifle Association and why haven’t they spoken up about the death of Philando Castile who was a licensed firearm carrier that was gunned down for daring to be legally armed and letting the officer know.  Charleston Heston appeared in an NRA ad holding a flintlock above his head at an NRA Convention  saying “pry it from my cold dead hands”  Well Philando’s legal weapon was taken off his cold dead body.  So NRA where are you? Is the 2nd Amendment for all people, just your members or people a portion of society prefers to see armed?  

This Saturday Mark Hughes will join us Behind The Blue Curtain

Mark was born in Texas in 1981. Raised in Arlington, TX were Mark attended Arlington Lamar High School. Father of 3 girls.  Mark graduated from Sam Houston State University. Entrepreneur- snow cone stand (Eagle Treats in Crowley, TX) and TaxNation. Mark began life as an activist in 2013 during the Trayvon Martin trail. Mark has been to protest in St. Louis, Baltimore, Florida, North Dakota (Standing Rock) and most notably Dallas, TX. The Dallas protest on July 7th, 2016 is the protest that put Mark in the national spot light. As being falsely accused of being "the shooter" of five police officers during a peace protest.

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