A Thesis on our Right to Keep and Bear
Arms, and how to reverse the damage

By Donald L. Cline. January 22, 2020. frdmftr@frdmftr.net.

A thesis pertaining to the destruction of ALL our rights occasioned by restrictions on our Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

Preface I: It has been claimed by various members of the legal and political professions that while the Constitution of the United States provides a permissible structure of laws, it is not law itself and its provisions must be enacted into statutory law to have legal effect. This is an egregiously and fraudulently bogus interpretation: The Constitution of the United States says it is the supreme Law of the Land and “the judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.”

The U.S. Constitution IS the law.

Preface II: No crime, or criminal access to a firearm has ever, in the history of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act of 1993, been prevented by a background check, and prevention of crime was not the purpose of the Act. Furthermore, the rate of violent crime was decreasing before the Brady Act and the rate of decrease after the passage of the Brady Act has been essentially unchanged. Background checks have not reduced violent crime or criminal access to firearms. Not one bit.

Preface III: Unlike other western nations, the United States of America does not list a collection of revocable government-issued privileges and permissions and pretend they are rights. Our form of government is founded on the principle that rights are a gift of G-d and are by law beyond the reach of government. .....


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