Tag: gun rights

Changing Gun Laws in Our Missouri Constitution

This is a photo of me with my concealed carry license.  Should I have had to get one?  According to the U. S. Constitution "...the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."  What does that mean?

This is a photo of me with my concealed carry license. Should I have had to get one? According to the U. S. Constitution “…the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” What does that mean?

Most voters will read the ballot language on August 5th and think the question is whether you are pro-gun or anti-gun. In Missouri, most people are pro-gun, so based upon that, it will probably pass.

However, without adding anything, our Missouri Constitution already covers this situation. Article I, Section 23 says, “That the right of every citizen to keep and bear arms in defense of his home, person and property, or when lawfully summoned in aid of the civil power, shall not be questioned; but this shall not justify the wearing of concealed weapons.” Continue reading

Constitutional Expert Lloyd Sloan

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Tonight we will be talking with our constitutional expert, Lloyd Sloan about Madisons Lost amendment, common core curriculum and new gun laws being passed in nearby states.

Gun Laws – Looking in all the wrong places

The way things are going, if Obama would threaten to ban the Bibles, it might increase our sales.  (www.backtobasicsbooks.com)

As the gun and ammunition dealers are seeing customers line up to buy their products, it appears as if more people value their guns than Bibles.

Legislators are clamoring to file new gun laws right and left.  E-mail messages are flying with concerns from all corners of the spectrum.  If you live in Missouri, you can be confident that there are enough gun sympathizers from both parties that the legislature will likely not do anything to restrict our current rights.  Sometimes it appears that the legislators are filing bills just to see how much everyone will react.  My big brother used to try to scare me and sometimes it worked, but it’s not nice to treat your constituents that way.  The only acceptable solution is to refuse the urge to panic.  Continue reading