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Friday, March 14, 2014

Black robed scoundrels allow bans on high capacity gun mags


The actions of citizens and the courts in these matters raise yet again the issue of whether or not a "majority vote" can negate the rights and liberties protected by the Constitution. The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution by the Framers precisely in order to protect certain enumerated rights from a majority vote of citizens or an intrusion of the courts or any other government entity that would encroach upon those rights.
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