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NRA released a new video, “Gun Rights on Trial,” and details the issues surrounding the gun rights vs. gun control debate in the legal fields, with comments by Dana Loesch, National Review’s Charles Cooke, Townhall columnist Kurt Schlichter, and others. The video speaks about the D.C. v. Heller decision, along with a discussion of how Europe treats gun rights.

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  • AndRebecca

    In the “Maxims of Washington,” by John F. Schroeder, 1855, in pdf form on the net, George Washington stated he wanted an armed citizenry, period. That should be good enough for us citizens.

  • Renee’ Crosby

    To have and bare arms is our constitutional right and many died fighting to save that right for us! The constitution was put in place to also protect our rights and should not be infringed upon nor changed! It has been proven time and time again, if the right to bar arms is taken away society of the evil will consume that society and will in turn rule said society! We the people MUST stand our ground and defend the constitution of our nation and honor those who died to give us this freedom so they and their families will know they did not die in vain!

  • Robert Gill

    George Washington died in1799, In what year do you live in?
    The population of the United States was around 4 million at that time, now it’s over 320 million.Just maybe President Washington would have different a opinion in light of the changes since he died.

  • Robert Gill

    Proven, you mean like in England, Canada or maybe Costa Rica. If not maybe you mean Australia, or India. Perhaps you believe in the myth that you’ve been brainwashed to believe.

  • AndRebecca

    I’m sure George Washington would not like America as it is today, but like the rest of the founders he believed it would be up to the people to hold the line on the Constitution or suffer the consequences. No one has come up with a better idea for a country than the founders. And, you should read what they have said.


    George Washington would be turning over in his grave if he knew how the people of the United States have given up so many rights and liberties FOR THE ALLUSION OF SAFETY!!!

  • ctroop

    The video really didn’t present the gun-phobie’s “legal” arguments for their position, because there is no such thing! There are no constitutional, or legal arguments for them to stand on. Passing an unconstitutional “law” is NOT really a law, and ANY law (at any level) that violates the constitution SHOULD BE and MUST BE not only ignored, but systematically, and openly, and defiantly DISOBEYED! All “rulings” by liberal judicial activists should also be disobeyed!

  • ctroop

    Robert Gill … Are you really that stupid? ALL of the founders are dead. ALL of the signers of the constitution are dead. So, where, exactly, does that totally dumbass and pathetic argument take you?

  • ctroop

    Robert Gill … Stupid. There is no other word, no other term to describe you and your ilk. Just plain drop-dead, dumbass, stupid! You must believe that the Nazis didn’t really kill six million Jews, and that Islam is a religion of peace. Dumbass!

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