Tennessee County Stands Up to Federal Gun Grab

The New American

As state, federal, and global governments accelerate their drive to eradicate private gun ownership in the United States, some local lawmakers are bravely standing up for the Second Amendment.

In Madison County, Tennessee (Jackson is the county seat), the county commission will consider such a proposal when it meets on Tuesday, February 19.

The measure is called the Madison County Second Amendment Preservation Resolution and it holds all attempts by the federal government to abridge the right to keep and bear arms in Madison County as “null and void and of no effect.”

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South Carolina Bill Exempts Unorganized Militia From Federal Gun Grab

The New American

As the United Nations and the Obama administration combine to outlaw private ownership of weapons and ammunition, state and local leaders nationwide are responding to the crisis.

As The New American continues to report, sheriffs, county commissions, and state legislators are passing bills aimed at stopping the federal gun grab at their sovereign borders.

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