Feinstein Introduces Sweeping Unconstitutional Gun Control Bill in Senate

As promised, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) introduced a bill that tramples our constitutional rights to own and bear arms as granted by the Second Amendment.  Many are referring to her bill as an assault weapons ban, but it goes much farther than that.

Her bill defines any gun with just one look-alike cosmetic feature (pistol grip, bayonet lug, etc.), of an assault weapon to be defined as an assault weapon and thus will be banned.  This not only applies to rifles, but to handguns and shotguns as well.  Someone please tell me how many handguns there are that don’t have pistol grips.

Feinstein’s bill will also place a ban on over 100 specific guns.  This includes certain semi-automatic rifles, handguns and shotguns that are equipped to take a detachable magazine and have at least one military-style characteristic.  It also includes any semi-automatic rifle or handgun with a fixed magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition.

Supposedly, her bill would protect over 900 specifically named guns that are used for hunting and sport purposes.

One of the most troubling and unconstitutional parts of her bill is the creation of a national gun registry under her National Firearms Act, with the purpose to identify every gun owned in the nation.  No matter how old the gun or how long it’s been in the family, Feinstein wants the gun registered, the owner photographed, fingerprinted and a background check run on them.  I truly fear that if this is ever passed and attempted to be enforced, that there will be blood shed by both law abiding citizens and whoever is sent to enforce it because I know of a lot of people who won’t allow their guns to be registered as long as they are alive.

This one measure alone may be enough to spark a new revolutionary war in America against the same kind of governmental tyranny our Founding Fathers faced with the British.  Many lives were shed, maimed and ruined in that war and I’m sure it will be the same this time, especially when Obama has been tailoring the military to those who will shoot fellow Americans upon his order.

God help us escape the tyranny at hand!

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  • CARLjr2

    Bring back full automatics - let's see drive by shootings the way they used to be in the twenties - with Tommy guns! Don't just shoot your enemy - obliterate them into a indistinguishable pile of meat. (along with anyone in the general area)

    • Kent2012

      not with the well trained riflemen that will be coming out of the woodwork to answer the call of salvation for the Grand old Republic.............

  • Doodlebug

    Second Civil War is getting closer, much closer!

    • /.murphy

      And it's up to each of us not to be on the losing side.

  • http://twitter.com/BlissTabitha Tabitha Bliss

    Want to know the biggest slap in the face about it??
    Feinstein Gun Control Bill to Exempt Government Officials!
    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/feinstein-gun-control-bill-exempt-government-officials_697732.html

    (Only we serfs need worry about it's limitations!)

    • Screeminmeeme

      Tabitha Bliss....Yep. This is what our corrupt elected officials do without a blush.

      Any law that Congress passes should apply to them. Period.

    • Patriot

      I know your not surprised about that :)
      They went into a panic when they learned they were covered by Obamacare as well.
      They quickly took care of that and exempted themselves from that as well.
      We need to have some very serious changes made in our government.

      • Conservativesniper

        There are only a few changes needed. Primarily, a Constitutional Amendment which says that all laws of the US applies to elected officials as well. That means no more insider trading, no more exemptions from any law; federal, state or local.

    • /.murphy

      You read that wrong. The bill exempts certain weapons, not people. For instance, weapons that are used by government and law enforcement officials are exempted, as well as any weapons legally owned as of the date of the bill's enactment.

      We have to be clear on these issues; otherwise, the conservative constituents won't have any idea what's true and what's not, and that has led down the wrong path in the recent past, as we know.

      • Neil

        The Assault Weapons Ban of 2013 allows law enforcement officers to purchase for official use new semi-automatic assault weapons that are manufactured even after the bill becomes law. Said law enforcement officers may legally possess these weapons even while off duty and even after they retire from their respective law enforcement agency. The bill denies this to ordinary citizens. Ordinary citizens may only possess assault weapons that were legally owned by them prior to the bill becoming law. This means that if this bill becomes law, law enforcement officers can still buy assault weapons but ordinary citizens can't. Refer to Sec. 3(a)(4)(A) and Sec. 3(a)(4)(C) of the bill
        http://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/files/serve/?File_id=9a9270d5-ce4d-49fb-9b2f-69e69f517fb4

        • /.murphy

          You've correctly noted "purchase for official use."

    • http://www.facebook.com/dean.braun.35 Dean Braun

      SAME AS OBAMACARE!!!!

    • johnsnare

      Perhaps, Miss Feinstein, should unarm her personal bodyguards.

  • 12thGenerationAMERICAN

    "This year
    will go down in history. For the first time, a civilized nation has full gun
    registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient and the
    world will follow our lead into the future."

    - Adolph Hitler, 1935

    • tony

      Good Lord yes. Is anybody awake out there? It's time to stop all these madmen, clear Washington out and clean up our government by one again becoming a Christian nation under God as it was designed to be.

      • Conservativesniper

        Tony, please read the Treaty of Tripoli. I have nothing against religion as long as it is kept in proper perspective. America is, by design, not a
        Christian nation. What we need is for all levels of
        government to be held accountable to the Constitution and laws of this
        country. No plea bargains or other such legal chicanery. If you're guilty, you're going to prison.

        • Dasrge

          Don't even go there...I assume your referring to Article 11. Which has been contested for decades, investigated in the early 1930's and found to not even exist in the foreign copies...including the Arabic copy. Our nation was formed, built and guided by our belief in God and mostly with the teachings of a Christian religion. To say different is ludicrous and shows your ignorance of our early history and the people walking upon our nations soil at that time. It also gives credence to the assumption that your an agnostic or an atheist

        • Conservativesniper

          Article 11? of what? I don't usually mince words. Did YOU read the treaty? Don't assume anything, I'm sure you know the old saying. And I'm more of a Deist, than anything else. To believe otherwise means you believe in predestination. And if you do, then what's the point of striving to be exceptional? Your future is already cast and there is nothing you can do about it.

        • Dasrge

          Maybe I should be asking you if you actually read it. And yes, I did read it. But you specifically told Tony to go read the the Treaty of Tripoli after he stated that our nation needed to "one again becoming a Christian nation under God as it was designed to be". Which brings us to Article 11 of the treaty which is alleged to state "Art. 11. As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion; as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion, or tranquillity, of Mussulmen; and, as the said States never entered into any war, or act of hostility against any Mahometan nation, it is declared by the parties, that no pretext arising from religious opinions, shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.". Which tells me that our newly formed government of Christian patriots were trying to placate the aggressive Muslim pirate nations that were attacking American commerce ships in the Mediterranean Sea...or do you know the history behind the cause of the Treaty. We have been placating Muslim terrorists for hundreds of years, and making a treaty with Pirates were just part of the times our leaders lived in. Times when pirates were used as weapons against other nations.
          And if you feel yourself to be a Deist, maybe by ignoring God for so long

        • Conservativesniper

          I did not memorize the Treaty, but it stuck in my head as an example, as well as the 1st Amendment, that this nation is not founded on Christianity. Judeo-Christian principles are the bedrock of our legal system. But, they do not designate Christianity as the cornerstone of America.

          I am aware of the history of the West dealing with muslim pirates. Jefferson didn't placate them. When they commandeered the USS Philadelphia and held it for ransom, Jefferson sent the US Marines in, at night, to set fire to the beached ship. This is from where, partially, the line 'to the shores of Tripoli.' in The Marine's Hymn originates.

          I don't 'feel' myself to be a Deist, it was a conscious choice. I was baptized as a Lutheran. I don't ignore God, but I don't need a corrupt church hierarchy to act as an intermediary either. God created us; He gave us reason and free will and turned us loose. He doesn't micromanage our lives, like say, Bloomberg.

        • Dasrge

               Maybe at some point you might remember that our ancestors came to this country, for the most part, to avoid RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION.  How can you sit there and make such a claim that Christianity had no basis in our founding when it permeates every founding document we have.  Your use of the 1st Amendment is obscure at best, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof". This part of the 1st Amendment is a statement that the government will create no government backed religion.  Our founding fathers only wanted to ensure that they "stopped short of giving their Christian religion a position of legal privilege", meaning that they never wanted people of other religions to feel isolated...not giving government the power to tell people what to believe, like the monarchy of England. In England, the monarchy was forcing people of all faiths to join the Church of England...whose head was the King, certain of his divine providence. 

                 Go to this website and learn a bit about our founders http://www.str.org/site/News2?id=5243.  But in case you don't here is but a few tid bits of information, these are the denominations of the signers of the Declaration of Independence; "The denominational affiliations of these men were a matter of public record. Among the delegates were 28 Episcopalians, 8 Presbyterians, 7 Congregationalists, 2 Lutherans, 2 Dutch Reformed, 2 Methodists, 2 Roman Catholics, 1 unknown, and only 3 deists--Williamson, Wilson, and Franklin--this at a time when church membership entailed a sworn public confession of biblical faith.[1]

          This is a revealing tally. It shows that the members of the Constitutional Convention, the most influential group of men shaping the political foundations of our nation, were almost all Christians, 51 of 55--a full 93%. Indeed, 70% were Calvinists (the Episcopalians, Presbyterians, and the Dutch Reformed), considered by some to be the most extreme and dogmatic form of Christianity." 

               Maybe we should view some quotes from George Washington: "it is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the bible".  Or maybe this one, "let us, with caution, indulge the supposition that morality can be maintained without religion.  Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle."  And let us not forget tis liberal ideological scorcher from Mr. Washington, "the very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference.  They deserve a place of honor with all that is good."  I had to stick that lat one in there to irritate the liberals dying to curtail or 2nd Amendment rights.

               It is also strange that you mentioned that Jefferson was not placating the pirates, when part of the negotiations was that we pay a $60,000 ransom to the pirates for the captured crews and ships that had been seized.  But 2 years later the pirates were at it again and it wasn't until the 2nd Barbary War that the pirates were fully dealt with...and that was during the James Madison presidency and administration. The USS Philadelphia was never beached, she ran aground on an uncharted reef, and after many attempts at trying to raise her off the reef, she was captured, then recaptured and burned by a group from the ship Intrepid where she ran aground.  Additionally, I know full well the Marine Corps Hymn having lived with a retired Master Gunnery Sergeant, my father.

               I can understand that you do not wish any church hierarchy to be so involved in the lives of its congregation.  It infuriates me that so MANY churches have become waysides for habitual gossip mongers and others who seem inclined to dictate how you should live you life and then damning you to hell in a hand basket if you don't wish to follow in their footsteps of Godliness...ie., checking personal records to verify that they are actually giving what they are suppose to.  However, I cannot agree that Christianity had no basis in the formation of our nation since a vast majority of those governing and being governed were Christians in one form or another.  It was inevitable that the majority religion would play a part in governing, rule of law or the basic living of a persons normal life. There is just to much information available to dispute your argument...and far to little to support it.  "Christianity was the prevailing moral and intellectual influence shaping the nation from its outset. The Christian influence pervaded all aspects of life, from education to politics. Therefore, the present concept of a rigid wall of separation hardly seems historically justified".  

          I additionally hope that your not lumping me with Bloomberg.  He is a far left leaning liberal scumbag who thinks he is beyond the law due to his position and his money.  He needs to go and go quickly before he is ASSISTED on his way.  Liberalism is the poison that is killing our nation and constitutionalist conservatism is the antidote...as it was in our nations beginning.  And now we have a fake Christian in office who was raised as a Muslim, has a family in Kenya trying for FORCE the country to turn completely Muslim and is arming our enemy's with political support, money and arms.  His own Muslim religion tells him that it is alright to lie, cheat and steal if it will aid in the destruction of infidels...so here he sits, lying, cheating and stealing while his minions applaud.  "So this is how democracy dies...with thunderous applause.". This quote may come from a Star Wars movie, but that doesn't make it any less true.  Good luck in your Deism my friend. 

    • /.murphy

      Complete fiction, but it's a great example of Soviet-style disinformation that many conservatives engage in.

      The reason it's fiction is because the Nazis didn't have to institute gun registration in Germany--it had already been put into effect by the Weimar Republic--ironically, to disarm Nazis and Communists. The Nazis changed the existing law, however, in 1938, by adding Jews and other "non-citizens" to the list. So Hitler never said anything like the above.
      To paraphrase Bobby Jindal, conservatives need to focus their efforts on no longer being the stupid party... and that means putting an end to the right-wing lie machine once and for all. The past several years have shown it to be a very counterproductive strategy, so it's high time to dump the strategy and move on to something that works. This Hitler quote came out of it. Another lie that's starting to get circulated is one that claims the British banned guns in the colonies, and that's what led to the Revolution. Don't believe that one either; it will just confuse you about what really caused the Revolution. The truth is far more interesting, anyway.

      • Janet Carney

        So I guess you like dictator wannabe Obama??? Do you mind me asking if you are in college???

        • Dasrge

          He seems to be just another liberal troll sycophant. You have to wonder with all the conservatives here and only one person beating their gums about how conservatives are the ones using "soviet-style disinformation"

      • Dasrge

        The Weimar Republic may have instituted the initial gun bans in Germany after World War I, like ALL liberal regimes seem determined to do to protect their power base, but don't make Hitler sound like an innocent.  Yes, he did not make the statement that 12thGeneration said he did, but he did say the following: "The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing," to his nazi followers. The nazi's were the ones who VIOLENTLY enforced these laws and made the changes to include the German Jews. Go read up on it and learn something more; http://www.stephenhalbrook.com/article-nazilaw.pdf.
        Additionally, don't play that "Soviet-style disinformation" BS that you libs like to think about conservatives. You liberals are some of the biggest liars on the the planet. When you can't tell the truth, you lie outright. When you do use the truth, it is only during times that will benefit you. You will use just enough truthful information to discredit an opponent while excluding facts that gives credence to your oppositions point of view. Like the global warming lie, the lies about assault weapons, the lies about Obubba's constant circumvention of congress...geez, I could go on for pages.

        • /.murphy

          Not a lib. I just believe it's time to play straight. What you seem to advocate or at least be comfortable with (that's the Soviet-style disinformation) simply hasn't produced any positive results. Too many conservatives are running around like chickens with their heads cut off, not knowing what's true and what's not.

        • Conservativesniper

          What was dishonest in his post? Hurling baseless accusations seems very left wing, to me.

        • Dasrge

          The statement about "soviet-style disinformation" being the tool of the conservatives is what I found TOTALLY dishonest about his post. You cannot lump politicians with the American conservative. ALL politicians are liars and cheats. However, 12thGeneration was probably passing on a piece of, or at least what he thought was, information that he/she thought was researched properly and probably got from a person or site that he/she trusted...not knowing that it's just an urban legend. However, when Murphy tries to call conservatives users of "soviet-style disinformation", that's just crap. When I have debated with liberals I have found that a vast majority will use party line garbage, no references, and outright lies to defend their positions...primarily because it seems they are to damn lazy to think for themselves. Then, when you point out the errors in their testimony they immediately turn to belligerent name calling and the threats of violence. So, when Murphy compares conservatives to the soviet union he is either a left leaning independent or a liberal troll. I'm a constitutionalist conservative who served in the Army when there was a Soviet Union and was stationed in Germany when the Berlin Wall came down, so you will forgive me if I take some offense when someone compares my ideology with the communists behind the Soviet Union.

        • /.murphy

          If you don't like it, then stop doing it. Let the Liberals lie as they will, but make conservatism a movement of Truth. As of now, it isn't. It has learned to successfully use disinformation, but now that same disinformation has become counterproductive (see last two Presidential elections).

        • /.murphy

          ...And quit the name-calling. It makes you sound like you're still in high school. If you have an intelligent point to make, even when you disagree with someone, do what President Reagan urged us to do: disagree without being disagreeable.

        • DocJimmy

          I have concluded. It is becoming more and more difficult to sort out the wheat from the chaff - period..............

        • /.murphy

          Hitler did, in fact, say that, "the most foolish mistake...," but he wasn't talking about Germany and Germans. If you go back to the record of that conversation, he was talking about the territory in Eastern Europe that the Wehrmacht had taken. He wouldn't have said anything like that about Germany in light of the fact that the changes to gun ownership laws the Nazis made in 1938 actually loosened restrictions on non-Jewish Germans.

        • Dasrge

          Not according to the research I have done. Hitler was very insistent that NO ONE had the means or ability to oppose. This was one of the many reasons he decimated the SA, killing all that had opposed or slighted him in any manner. His fear of insurrection did not stop with the countries he conquered...it applied to all, even his own civilians. He knew that not everyone would kneel before him in his own country and disarming all civilians was just one step in controlling them. I concur that the statement I referenced was used in the manner for which you stated but the only notable restrictions that I have been able to find that "loosened", as you say, were for already registered hunters, government officials and ALL members of the nazi party. Each of these groups were mostly if not totally controlled by the nazi party. Now, let's just say that Feinstein gets her absolute way in gun control, and almost every weapon has to be turned in, for any of her cursed reasons. Leaving almost nothing left to hunters except single shot, bolt action receivers or black powder rifles. Hunting licenses will dramatically decrease from the almost 15 million in 2011 figures to maybe 500,000 to 1 million government issued and regulated licenses for hunters who would consent to the limitations on their hardware, forced fingerprinting, forced to a have their picture associated to every gun they own or ave owned

        • /.murphy

          Then your research is fatally flawed. Here's the Hitler quote in question, AND the source:

          "The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to permit the conquered Eastern peoples to have arms. History teaches that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by doing so. Indeed I would go so far as to say that the underdog is a sine qua non for the overthrow of any sovereignty. So let's not have any native militia or police. German troops alone will bear the sole responsibility for the maintenance of law and order." - Adolf Hitler, April 11, 1942, quoted in Hitlers Tischegesprache Im Fuhrerhauptquartier 1941-1942. [Translation: Hitler's Table-Talk at the Fuhrer's Headquarters 1941-1942], Dr. Henry Picker, ed. (Athenaum-Verlag, Bonn, 1951). Anyone can now independently verify your claims (and mine), and see that I am correct.

      • Conservativesniper

        Thank you for correctly portraying EVERYTHING in your post, /.murphy . Hitler didn't institute gun registration, it WAS the Weimar Republic. Bobby Jindal did make that remark, http://thehill.com/video/in-the-news/279243-jindal-republicans-must-stop-being-the-stupid-party Karl Rove and his ilk need to be shown the door.

      • DocJimmy

        I'll look into it, Murph...

  • tony

    Damn this pig. It's time.

  • Patriot

    Who will be the first elected official with balls, to accuse her of treason?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=694064522 Gary Randall

    I pray Feinstein is still carrying, I pray she needs to defend herself, I pray it would have been the 11th round that would have saved her!

  • junkmailbin

    old liberals never die, they just smell up the place with their same old crap that did not work.

  • randyn1531

    Is it just me or are most of the liberal democrat women flat out ugly?
    Feinstein looks like the wicked witch of the west in the Wizard of Oz and Pelosi is beyond description.

  • ann

    Feinstein should just give it up. She is an environmentalist feind and will do anything to disrupt our lives. She tried to do that in my state and finally we are getting back to where we once was. She is a fanatic and knows what is best for us all without knowing anything about things. I wish she would just go away and take her fellow hippie girlfriends like Boxer and Pelosi with her. The country would be a whole lot better off without them.They are just in office to get their own pockets full of our money. They should pay their own insurance and pay for their own travel and meals and family vacays. We would save billions if that would happen with the rest of congress. They should stop spending and stop asking us to save and suffer!

  • http://www.survivingurbancrisis.com/ Silas Longshot

    Is that mug shot from the 'living dead' show?
    Molon Labe, CA libtard.

  • http://maddogsez.blogspot.com/ MaDdD_dOGgG

    She looks like Ted Bundy with a wig... but infinitely more dangerous.

  • http://twitter.com/wildbez Wilda Bezet

    Feinstein is attempting to exercise a power NOT GRANTED in the Constitution, FORBIDDEN under the 2nd Amendment, and RESERVED TO THE STATES in the 10th!

  • dad666

    the Second ammendment does not have any reservations in it and the 10th only grants the state rights to anything not covered in the constitution. How do you draw the conclusion that the states have any gun control rights. NOT TRUE.

  • Whiplash

    fIENDSCHSTINE needs to fly potato launcher to the nearest sewage plant....

  • ICOYAR

    Liberals believe that "THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED" is nowhere in the constitution, but "SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE" is.

    • Kent2012

      .The actual "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof ...."Separation........State" is not in the constitution. The right to bear arms is. The gun banner pu$$ies keep referring to a well regulated militia, yes you keep your arms with you and when there is an emergency, you will be notified to report..........It is not a complicated amendment, but the clowns are scared of people with guns and they have searched everywhere to establish something historical to base an argument on....

  • Jed54

    Look at that face... "Bride of Frankenstein"...

    • martha chandler

      If I were a man, I couldn't fathom having sex with this woman.

      • DocJimmy

        Glad to hear that, Martha...

    • martha chandler

      Ugly old hag!!

    • Conservativesniper

      No, it's worse; much, much worse. It is said the eyes are the window to the soul. Her eyes are cold and empty. She deserves a cell at Ft. Leavenworth for the rest of her days.

      • Dasrge

        Of that...you and I can agree on.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=516859771 John Sweet

    An obvious violation of her oath of office to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and the laws of the land. If it is unconstitutional then it is illegal and should be treated as such a violation of the law and punishable. That it falls under the statue of treasonous actions she should be removed from office until such time as her trial.

    • Conservativesniper

      I'm with you, John. Get this traitorous delusional old battleaxe OUT of the Senate. NOW!!

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=516859771 John Sweet

        Not just her but any that try to limit the freedoms of the citizens of the Republic as she has

  • http://www.facebook.com/dean.braun.35 Dean Braun

    California voters are some of the dumbest in the country voting for people like Feinstein for their senator,

  • http://www.facebook.com/john.callahan.140 John Callahan

    Hey Feinstein, DROP DEAD.........That's an order.

  • Harvey817

    If all of these unconstitutional actions continue, I wonder who the first people targeted will be? Will it be people that support our Constitution or the domestic terrorists that are trying to destroy the Constitution or the judges that make their own laws and ignore the Constitution?

  • WATCHMAN

    FEINSTEIN NEEDS TO BE - IMPEACHED AND REMOVED FROM OFFICE!!!! AND ANY POLITICO WHO VOTES FOR IT NEEDS TO DO THE SAME!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/randy.renu.5 Randy Renu

    SLUT!

  • aurora9

    Did you read about the investigation of Feinstein and how she voted and arranged no-bid contracts for her husbands companies? But she wants to leave the public totally defenseless. A true bolshevik!

  • DocJimmy

    I would ask that you look at the photo of Feinstein at the beginning of this article. Look at it intensely for a moment or two. Now ask yourself this; do I want her in control to change my Constitutional Rights (which she took an oath NOT to do) and/or modify them to a degree that voids any rights that were guaranteed me/us in the Original Constitution of the United States of America, which was also part of that oath?. In 1964 I joined the Navy in So.California. In 1966 I went to Vietnam I hadn't lived there since, except for the last three years of my Navy career that ended in September of 1987. I must be thick headed, because it's taken nearly fifty years to understand why. I guess I've always known that I couldn't blend in with the likes of Feinstein and Pelosi, to name two; nor the rest of the 'hippie-LSD flower children' of the time. Liberals want their sorted freedoms, but; wrongfully tell Conservatives, Libertarians and; last but not least, Patriots how to do it... They must STILL be on some serious drugs....

    • http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/ Ted R. Weiland

      Good question, Doc! Now, ask WHY she and her cronies are in Congress at all? You may not like the answer, but it's because the constitutional framers in Article 6 banned Christian tests and thereby Biblical qualifications for federal officials. Had they not dechristianized the Constitution in Article 6 and polytheized it in Amendment 1, none of today's nincompoops, scoundrels, and criminals would be in any of the three branches of government.

      For more, see online Chapter 9 "Article 6: The Supreme Law of the Land" at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/BlvcOnline/biblelaw-constitutionalism-pt9.html and Chapter 11 "Amendment 1: Government-Sanctioned Polytheism." Also, don't miss our Constitution Survey in the right-hand sidebar by which you can receive a free 85-page book.

  • http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/ Ted R. Weiland

    The Second Amendment "right" to bear arms is a knife in a gunfight. See blog article "We Can't Win Bringing a Knife to a Gunfight" at http://www.constitutionmythbusters.org/you-cant-win-bringing-a-knife-to-a-gunfight/. See also "Rights, Rights, Everyone Wants Their Rights."

  • Flybob

    This author writes some decent articles and I respect him but there is one VERY big inacuracy. The US Constitution grants absolutely NO rights. God grants rights, the Constitution only GUARANTEES that NO person OR government can take them away, IN WRITING! It IS the Supreme Law of the Land and if you do not believe that please refer to Article VI paragraph 2. There is absolutely NO ambiguity and anyone that reads it differently has no right or authority to be in elected office. They should not even be permited to run for office unless they are COMPLETELY committed to the Constitution. Read "The American Ideology, taking back our country with the phylosophy of the founding fathers". $10 on Amazon E Book. WAY worth the read. Since about 1803 the lawyers and judges have been ruling in direct conflict with the Constitution and THAT is our biggest problem. We MUST get a grip on the supreme court to gain control of our government back. ALL of the court justices (yeah right) have been actin in "bad behaviour" and should be removed and replaced with honorable people. We're being totally scammed and it will not stop if we don't stop it. It aint gonna happen on it's own............ All that tyranny needs to gain control is for good men to do nothing........ That's US people and fellow Americans. Are we going to sit around and wait for it to get better? You'll be dead and gone and it will be no different unless it's worse. Tyranny is in our midst.......

  • Breeze13

    I have just passed my own executive order. Feinstein will be stripped of here Sen. title to be replaced evermore by the new title Traitor Feinstein. She will share this title with the likes of Benedict Arnold throughout history.

  • EdinNola

    Feinstein is, by introducing legislation which is without question in defiance and violation of the second amendment. She disgraces herself and her oath of office and by knowingly introducing unConstitutional legislation, she is a criminal. She is guilty of treason as are others who have committed similar acts. She needs to be removed from office at a minimum. She should be facing jail time. She is not a law unto herself - she IS required to follow the law of the land.

  • Don

    What don’t we understand about WHY
    YOUNG people go out and kill others

    As young kid’s they play these games
    where they Kill, Rape. Shoot, Stab, Dismember And so on.

    Yaaaaaaaa We win. then later as they
    grow up they play their game all over and we want to blame everyone
    except where the blame belongs.

    Has anyone ever looked real good at
    some of these so called games?

    I Suppose if They had used a knife we
    would want to ban knives.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-Smith/1603220294 John Smith

    I bet Feinstein's .357 Carry is fully loaded with all the quick kandle features for easy handling. Her hypocracy is monumental and can only bre described as "FOOL" ......... All who support her position have similar subrets. We call for her to give up her own .357 to the Feds for crushing. I do not think she has that heart which makes her hypocracy beyond anything experienced before.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-Smith/1603220294 John Smith

    Is it time to eliminate such people to represent America? I say so. Her district seem to be the same kind of Hypocrites. They must be won over.

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