Tuesday, January 22, 2013

States Considering Laws to Nullify Obama's executive orders on guns

Chris Pinto's radio show today focuses on the actions by forty-seven states to nullify Obama's gun control orders.

Tangentially related, he also touches on the Rwanda genocide as a form of the Catholic Inquisition and recommends the film available at You Tube, In God's Name, about that slaughter.  The film refers to the murderers as "Christian" but it becomes clear that that means Catholic.  The point is that the people were not armed and could not defend themselves, and official Catholic doctrine is that nobody should be armed, and that's also the position of the UN.

Here's an article about the states' rebellion against Obama's gun measures, in a publication called The New American: States Aim to Nullify Obama Gun Control:
Numerous bills have already been introduced in state legislatures, for example, that would nullify unconstitutional federal gun control and even criminalize enforcement of such lawless restrictions. Texas, Wyoming, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Iowa, and other states are considering nullification legislation in the wake of Obama’s recent push to enact gun control by executive decree and proposals sent to Congress. Other states are expected to join soon, and many have already adopted laws in recent years protecting guns made and kept within their jurisdictions from federal regulations.
Update Jan 22:  Sheriffs Target Obama Gun Control, Vow to Resist.
As state governments and federal lawmakers who take their oath of office seriously work to stop the Obama administration’s proposed unconstitutional infringements on the right to keep and bear arms, a wave of county sheriffs all across the country is rising up to protect gun rights, too. Dozens of chief law enforcement officers have already pledged not to enforce new gun control, and many have even promised to actively prevent the enforcement of unconstitutional federal statutes within their jurisdictions.