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  • North Carolina, Indiana counties pass federal gun law nullification legislation

    Starting to get interesting.

     

    While a number of states are currently considering legislation to nullify federal gun laws, rules, acts, orders and regulations, and various sheriffs around the country are issuing notice that they will not enforce any such federal laws, a new grassroots undercurrent could be building to support those efforts: local governments nullifying unconstitutional federal acts that violate the 2nd Amendment.

    Last week, Beaufort County, North Carolina became the first in the country to do so. On Tuesday, Franklin County, Indiana joined them by passing a 2nd Amendment Preservation Ordinance. It passed unanimously, and County Commissioner Scott M. McDonough says they mean business.


  • #2

    when does the nuclear weapons supercenter open up there? 

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    • #3
      Orygun: Interestingly enough, the only folks who ever seem to talk about nucular weapons in a firearms discussion are the anti-gun folks.

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      • Hoddy
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        The writing is on the wall!


      • SLO Rogue
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        mauser wrote:
        Orygun: Interestingly enough, the only folks who ever seem to talk about nucular weapons in a firearms discussion are the anti-gun folks.

         

        Can't get grenades or missile launchers either.  It's just interesting seeing the selective nature of you guys.    


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      mauser wrote:

      Starting to get interesting.

       

      While a number of states are currently considering legislation to nullify federal gun laws, rules, acts, orders and regulations, and various sheriffs around the country are issuing notice that they will not enforce any such federal laws, a new grassroots undercurrent could be building to support those efforts: local governments nullifying unconstitutional federal acts that violate the 2nd Amendment.

      Last week, Beaufort County, North Carolina became the first in the country to do so. On Tuesday, Franklin County, Indiana joined them by passing a 2nd Amendment Preservation Ordinance. It passed unanimously, and County Commissioner Scott M. McDonough says they mean business.

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      • #5
        Mick: Hopefully America will be courageous enough to save itself from an out of control central government.

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          mauser wrote:

          Starting to get interesting.

           

          While a number of states are currently considering legislation to nullify federal gun laws, rules, acts, orders and regulations, and various sheriffs around the country are issuing notice that they will not enforce any such federal laws, a new grassroots undercurrent could be building to support those efforts: local governments nullifying unconstitutional federal acts that violate the 2nd Amendment.

          Last week, Beaufort County, North Carolina became the first in the country to do so. On Tuesday, Franklin County, Indiana joined them by passing a 2nd Amendment Preservation Ordinance. It passed unanimously, and County Commissioner Scott M. McDonough says they mean business.


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          • Telecruiser
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            willhaven wrote:

            mauser wrote:

            Starting to get interesting.

             

            While a number of states are currently considering legislation to nullify federal gun laws, rules, acts, orders and regulations, and various sheriffs around the country are issuing notice that they will not enforce any such federal laws, a new grassroots undercurrent could be building to support those efforts: local governments nullifying unconstitutional federal acts that violate the 2nd Amendment.

            Last week, Beaufort County, North Carolina became the first in the country to do so. On Tuesday, Franklin County, Indiana joined them by passing a 2nd Amendment Preservation Ordinance. It passed unanimously, and County Commissioner Scott M. McDonough says they mean business.


        • #7

          Well, well. Both those counties are getting their 15 minutes of fame. When that subsides, I look for their next move to be secession from the union.

          ''All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"--Edmund Burke
          Man created science to create what man wants science to create.

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