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Today Kevin and Mike will discuss Current second amendment news and legislation from current pro gun legislation to what is on the table, this will be a packed show fully loaded with everything guns and gun rights.
With the current controversy circling gun control, it's high time we bring this topic on the NO CONDUCT way!
Should there be tighter gun control or should it be like it was in the Wild West?
Voice your opinions on this segment of No Conduct Radio!
Today, Charé will be hosting as Ky is still on her month long contract and is currently a zombie. Logic, Oran, Cee, and new Co-Host Jill joins Chare today.
We also follow up with Sheila on her job situation - did she tell her boss off or is she still there?
We also have muscial guest Independent Soul playing Locked Away.
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The 28th Amendment, as drafted, will implement a series of common sense gun laws and implement new revenue streams for Americans. The 12 provisions below will work to make America a more safe place by eliminating the obviously failed experiment that is the second amendment.
It's freedom Friday, and it's time to make freedom happen. Join Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, for some fiery conversation. Talk show host, Kate Krueger, joins us in studio for a great show. They hit on the following:
1. President Obama issued an executive order revolving around amnesty. What should be done?
2. How do we create a culture that ultimately understands freedom and the importance of the rule of law?
3. What must be done to preserve our Second Amendment?
4. Freedom requires vigilance. What is your role?
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Find out more about how to get involved by going to Freedom Fires or Shane Krauser Enterprises.
The year was 1957. Monroe, North Carolina, was a rigidly segregated town where all levels of white society and government were dedicated to preserving the racial status quo. Blacks who dared to speak out were subject to brutal, sadistic violence.
It was common practice for convoys of Ku Klux Klan members to drive through black neighborhoods shooting in all directions. A black physician who owned a nice brick house on a main road was a frequent target of racist anger. In the summer of 1957, a Klan motorcade sent to attack the house was met by a disciplined volley of rifle fire from a group of black veterans and NRA members led by civil rights activist Robert F. Williams
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice echoed similar sentiments in 2005 when she explained her strong support of the Second Amendment to Larry King. “The way I come out of my own personal experience, in which in Birmingham, Ala., my father and his friends defended our community in 1962 and 1963 against White Knight Riders by going to the head of the community, the head of the cul-de-sac, and sitting there, armed. And so I’m very concerned about any abridgement of the Second Amendment.”
Maxwell Winchester Roberts, our world-class expert on firearms and the Second Amendment, debuts tonight on ConservativeNationMedia.com. Max will be discussing all things gun-related, as well as the legal issues surrounding firearms and the Second Amendment. Max will be interviewing impressive, expert guests over the course of his program, so mark you calendars to join him, and call in with your questions and comments, every Thursday at 8pm Eastern, 7pm Central time, from now on.
Whether you're a "gun-person," a Constitutional scholar, or are just interested in firearms, don't miss The Second Amendment Forvm with Max Roberts, live from the Sacred Soil of the Old Dominion!
In the First Hour: Dr. Eugene Schroder has found the key to why our Constitutionally guaranteed rights are violated daily. It's the insidious use of "emergency powers" meant to be used only in time of invasion of rebellion.
Dr. Schroder proves with the government's own documents that the Constitution has been effectively set aside since 1933. Eleven presidents, both Democrat and Republican, have used emergency powers for the last 62 years to regulate our daily lives without the inconvenience of Congressional approval. The definition of "emergencies" has been stretched to include economic problems, social imbalances, and perceived threats to the US by any foreign country's actions, even those on other continents.
Senate Report 93-549, written in 1973, says "Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency...Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the president may: seize property;...seize commodities; assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication;...restrict travel; and, in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all American citizens."
The president can act through Executive Order, Presidential Proclamation, or through his many agencies, which include most of the alphabet agencies.
The framers of the Constitution asserted that Americans have certain inalienable, God-given rights. But under emergency rule, all these rights are declared null and void. The government charges us for these rights by requiring licenses and excessive paperwork, with strings attached, as long as restrictive and ill-defined requirements are met.
Dr. Schroder's landmark research is documented in three books: Constitution: Fact or Fiction, War, Central Planning and Corporations & War and Emergency Powers Special Report
In the Second Hour: Kevin and mike will discuss 2A.
"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."
For most people this Amendment is pretty straightforward but for some reason there does seem to be some folks that just don't get it. To make it worse, some of those folks want to try to confuse everyone else about it. Sadly some of the "smartest people in the room" tend to fall for it.
Let's break it down. Let's cover the facts, dispel the misconceptions, and end the confusion shall we.
Join host Sue Ann Penna and NJ Second Amendment Society President Frank Fiamingo as they discuss the ongoing assault on our Second Amendment right and what you can do about it.
The Mission of the NJ Second Amendment Society is to promote the free exercise of the Second Amendment with the community and Legislature of NJ, to educate the community regarding enjoyable, safe and responsible use of firearms, and to engender a spirit of camaraderie and fellowship among the members and their families.