The Purpose of the Second Amendment


International Liberty

The Cato Institute

This isn’t quite as good as my all-time favorite anti-gun control poster, but it is a powerful reminder that the Second Amendment is ultimately a check on government.

I’ve periodically put up other gun control posters that have been very popular, and you can peruse them here, here, here, here, and here. I’ve also posted amusing images of t-shirts and bumper stickers on gun control, which can be seen here, here, and here.

A good joke can be found here, and I also recommend this Chuck Asay cartoon, as well as this example of the kind of gun Obama prefers. And some funny videos on gun control can be viewed here and here.

And if you’re looking for something more serious on the Second Amendment, you can watch some great videos here, here, and here.

If you’re in the mood for some inspiration, check out this powerpoint presentation.

Last but not least, this rumored letter-to-the-editor is worth reading, and I like to think my interview on NRA-TV is a good way to spend a few minues.

(h/t: Michelle Ray)

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2 responses to “The Purpose of the Second Amendment

  1. Shirley Brinker

    Everyone has the right to defend themselves and you can not do it without owning a gun. With all these home invasions, people need to own a gun.

  2. We need to remind ourselves, constantly, that if our weapons are confiscated, then only the government and criminals will have guns, leaving all of US as victims. We also need to remind ourselves that this was the way Russia, Germany, France, China and others were overtaken, by the likes of Stalin, Hitler, Chu, Mao, etc; after confiscating all weapons, millions of civilians, in each of those countries, was brutally murdered, by their new “dictators”! If obama-soetoro, or the un want mine, they’ll get it “barrel first and empty”, by dislodging it from my death grip!

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