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United States Bill of Rights

Original Ten Amendments: The Bill of Rights

Passed by Congress September 25, 1789.
Ratified December 15, 1791.

Amendment I

Freedoms, Petitions, Assembly

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. 3,141 more words

Constitution And Bill Of Rights

The Left's Idiocy Over "Assault" Weapons

Anything can be an”assault” weapon. A baseball bat, knife, brick, tire iron, a bomb…anything. Every time some wackjob decides to attack vulnerable, unarmed people, the Left… 210 more words


In Defense of The Second Amendment

Pasted below is the Bill of Rights and some other links for easy reference.

Another school shooting has provoked the usual knee jerk response to violate the Second Article of the Bill of Rights, which is: 1,960 more words

Zombie World Order

The Second Amendment and "Snowflake Syndrome"

I’ve been somehow involved in education for about 13 years. At this point, I’m subbing – mostly at the local HS, sometimes at the local middle school where my education career started. 1,431 more words


Color Revolutionizing The U.S. First & Second Amendments Out Of Existence

Gun Control or Mind Control?

This post is going to be an on going work.  The reason mainly is because, I want to get out the information that what is going on in USA with regards to these public ‘active shooter’ operations, are in fact ‘operations’,  as quickly as possible.   1,280 more words

Robert Parry | The Right’s Second Amendment Lies 

From the Archive: In the wake of the latest gun massacre in the United States, we republish an article by Robert Parry debunking some of the right-wing myths about the Second Amendment that have prevented common sense gun laws. 1,637 more words

Civil Liberties

That fantasy about the Second Amendment

I keep seeing these fairy tales about the origins of the Second Amendment — that its purpose was to guard against the tyranny of the government by enshrining an individual’s right to own a gun. 652 more words