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Oath Keepers

Gun ControlYou hear a lot about gun control laws lately but it’s really about people control. But these bills that are introduced or, like in New York, passed into law, all depend on people actually enforcing these unconstitutional laws. In the case of gun control laws, especially search and seizure, it comes down to the military or sheriffs enforcing them. Will they?

Take a listen: I Spy Minute for Friday March 1, 2013. Or read the transcript below…

 

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These days, you hear a lot about laws to take away guns.

Federally, Sen. Feinstein continues to push gun control bills to find ways around the Constitution.

Last week in Washington State, they pulled a bill that would have allowed sheriffs to go into your home and inspect whether your weapons were stored “properly.”

Oregon has introduced a bill to ban virtually all modern firearms and magazines, and allow for warrantless searches of gun owners’ homes. Violators could receive a fine of a quarter million dollars and 10 years in jail. Or both.

But any of these laws depend on the military or local police to enforce them, to break into your home on the mere suspicion of you breaking a law—laws that are unconstitutional.

So what would the military do? Will they obey orders or will they keep their oath to uphold the constitution?

This week on the I Spy Radio Show, we talk with Stewart Rhodes, the founder of Oath Keepers.

Tune in to hear about things like FEMA camps and what the military might be called on to do. If you think it won’t happen, you might be surprised to find out it already has.

That’s tomorrow, 11 – noon here on KYKN. For the I Spy Minute, I’m Mark Anderson.

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  1. March 15, 2013    

    Ginny Burdick violated her oath a long time ago! When she claims imtimidation she is lying, I should know: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/information/XcIBViewItem.asp?ID=2075

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