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    I'm beginning to wonder what happened to states rights under the Constitution. It seems anything a state does that does not fall in line with D.C. is a threat.

    Feds: States' growing gun-rights movement a threat

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    It's getting all kinds of attention. The current that has been running under the surface.

    Time to send more messages to the elected officials who are supposed to be representing our rights and wishes in DC and remind them who they work for and how quickly that will end unless...

    It would be good to get this decided before they try to seat that left-wing Obama-pet Kagan...

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    Guns as well as states rights do not fit well with their Marxist/progressive agenda.
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    If the Gov controls the States then they control the sheeple!
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    "The fact that up to 29 states may essentially 'opt out' of certain federal firearms laws would have an indisputable effect on interstate commerce."
    Translation to non-liar: It's okay if only one state slips through our grasp, but if dozens do so, we can't allow it.
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    Alaska has just become the 8th state to sign a firearms freedom law into effect. Another troublesome state. I hope to see many more.

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    The genie, in the form of states' rights, is out of the bottle. Gonna be real hard to put back, even given an adverse ruling on this. Ahhh....freedom is in the air. Many thanks to Hussein for bringing this all to the fore.
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    I thought Florida had something form of this law on the books as well. When I purchased my last gun they had several in stock that were stamped "Made in Florida". Time to do some research. I do like the fact that the law has bite too. 2 year and 2k for any federal agent who interfers with a Montana residents firearms.

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    Idaho wants to start minting their own coin. Not sure how they would get around Article 1, Sec 10.

    Idaho may start minting state's own silver currency | Seattle Times Newspaper

    Six other states are considering a related bill to force the Feds to back paper money with gold and silver.

    the state shall neither compel nor require any person to recognize, receive, pay out, deliver, promise to pay or otherwise use or employ any thing but gold and silver coin, in that form or in the form of a designated electronic ounce defined as and absolutely payable in a specified weight of specie, and convertible on demand into gold and silver coin through a specie exchange, as media of exchange
    Idaho to Consider Constitutional Tender Legislation|Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiofan View Post
    Idaho wants to start minting their own coin. Not sure how they would get around Article 1, Sec 10.

    Idaho may start minting state's own silver currency | Seattle Times Newspaper

    Six other states are considering a related bill to force the Feds to back paper money with gold and silver.



    Idaho to Consider Constitutional Tender Legislation|Tenth Amendment Center Blog
    The Federal Reserve, AKA Central Bank has been doing that for decades!
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