Red Flag Laws: Opposing Freedom

I just got off the telephone comment line to the Whitehouse to make sure my voice is heard about preserving the 2nd Amendment by opposing Red Flag Laws. I also sent an email to President Trump on the subject. (Tip: call the Switchboard, 202-456-1414, if the comment line is busy.

Aside from my personal experience in listening to the Gun Control debate for the last 40 years+, I thought it prudent to list some of my current reads and favorite video clips that have firmed my stance on why I am concerned over who’s watching the watchers, against additional background checks, and the importance of fighting off those who wish to control this issue through emotional rhetoric.

Today Front Page Magazine put out a fabulous article that clearly articulates the need for discussion:

FROM EL PASO TO FORT HOOD

When the FBI failed to prevent a mass murder they knew was coming.

Glenn Beck’s book CONTROL is the best when it comes to documentation on the issue, and then some. His company, BlazeTV.com has many hosts who have raised the warnings, and you should hear from their guests!

 

Dana Loesch is one of the best when it comes to articulating and fighting for the Second Amendment:

Why Red Flag Laws Are Not A Good Solution To Mass Shootings

Do you feel comfortable giving up a cornerstone of our republic for a safety dependent upon enforcement by a government that has failed at this before?

Great segment here with Simon Sinek: “It’s not about guns, it’s about kids being lonely…”

Here are two wonderful educational videos with the late and great Charlton Heston:

In a clarion call to action here is a reminder about the importance of making sure President Trump hears your voice in defense of the Second Amendment and opposition to Red Flag Laws:

Additional Sources: 

  1. Mark Levin: The Media and the Mass Shootings
  2. Conservative Review: Gun Control
  3. Daily Wire: Gun Control 
  4. Glenn Beck: Gun Control
  5. The Blaze: Gun Control

 

 

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10 Day Social Media Fast: Day 6

Today was the first day of the Montgomery Stake Conference. My husband sat in leadership meetings this afternoon and then I joined him for the evening session that is open to all adults 18 years and older.

Below are links to my additional research as I ponder over tonight’s discussions and how true principles apply anywhere and everywhere.

Ministering and Finding Common Ground.

Divine truth is absolute reality.

The Power of Teaching Doctrine – by Henry B. Eyring, quote:

The word of God is the doctrine taught by Jesus Christ and by His prophets. Alma knew that words of doctrine had great power. They can open the minds of people to see spiritual things not visible to the natural eye. And they can open the heart to feelings of the love of God and a love for truth.

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Religious Freedom: It must be fought for

The ability to read, ponder, and then act upon the ideas you formulate through critical thinking matter. It is important to preserving personal freedom. You never know who you may influence through your open and honest approach to seeing things as they really are. 

Why America’s religious freedom ambassador thinks everyone can help ‘fight’ for this ‘foundational’ right

Remember when…..? 

Shapiro: Supreme Court: Be polite when you violate others’ rights

Religious Freedom

Learn about religious freedom and what you can do to protect it. 

Some of this content is specific to the United States, but the principles can be adapted in other countries. (click here

Beck is back with #TheChalkboard

GlennBeck is back with his best ever blackboards, loving refered to as #TheChalkboard. And it could not have been revived at a better time in history. 

Enjoy! And remember, there is nothing as great as having TheBlaze.com On Demand! 

Timeline: Here’s what we know about Fusion GPS and the Trump dossier

Timeline: What you need to know about Uranium One

 

Watch: Here’s what you should know about the Declaration of Independence

 

 

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