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As far as that second threat to your weapons is concerned, we can’t eliminate it for you — but we can help keep you informed. Knowledge is power. Our blog is designed to share information important to freedom-loving, weapon-owning individuals.

Our goal is to help you protect the weapons that protect you.

 

lib·er·ty/ˈlibərtē/

Noun:

  1. The state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one’s way of life.
  2. An instance of this; a right or privilege, esp. a statutory one.
Synonyms: freedom – license – licence – independence

What Does Liberty Mean To You?

What would you think if a national emergency (which was not defined prior to its declaration), meant that the government had the right to confiscate your supplies and equipment without warning? How willingly would you accept that?

Wait… it gets better… what if they could also require you to fulfill “labor requirements” for anything deemed necessary for national defense? Are you concerned yet? Would you feel free? Would you consider that a life of liberty?

On March 16th, Obama signed an Executive Order to that effect: The Executive Order for National Resources Preparedness. If you haven’t read it, you should. It’s amazing that this has not had more “media play,” but at least some legislators are bristling, like Congresswoman Kay Granger of Texas’ 12th district, who told her constituents in a newsletter:

This order gives an unprecedented level of authority to the President and the federal government to take over all the fundamental parts of our economy – in the name of national security – in times of national emergency.

This means all of our water resources, construction services and materials (steel, concrete, etc.), our civil transportation system, food and health resources, our energy supplies including oil and natural gas – even farm equipment – can be taken over by the President and his cabinet secretaries.  The Government can also draft U.S. citizens into the military and force U.S. citizens to fulfill “labor requirements” for the purposes of “national defense.”  There is not even any Congressional oversight, only briefings are required.

By issuing this as an Executive Order the President puts the federal government above the law, which, in a democracy, is never supposed to happen.

We thought you would like to know.

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gun facts free ebookThe good folks over at gunfacts.info are offering a free ebook: Gun Facts: Your Guide to Debunking Gun Control Myths. You can download a copy in PDF for your own use, you can buy a copy that they print and sent to you… or you can download a high-resolution version to have professionally printed.

Your choice.

Isn’t it nice that you still have them?

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A Girl And Her Gun is offering $300 toward any reputable beginning self defense shooting course in the United States to any female age 21 or older. A couple of her fellow-bloggers have offered up ammo rounds (and other goodies) to sweeten the pot and we, at FirearmProtector.com will be adding a cleaning package (one bottle/can of each of our three product sizes) for the winner as well!

If you want to enter the drawing, go to agirlandhergun.blogspot.com to enter. It’s fast, it’s simple and there are no catches. Good luck!

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Australian singer, Steve Lee, serenades one of his favorite things in his music video “I Like Guns.”

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handgunThe Wisconsin Department of Justice has approved concealed carry for its citizens. The state assembly voted 68-27 in June and Governor Scott Walker signed the Wisconsin Personal Protection Act into law on July 8th. Wisconsin is the 49th state to approve concealed carry for residents. It will go into effect on November 1, 2011.

Wisconsin will honor licenses from the following states and territories: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands. (Note: Any WI resident must have a concealed carry issued by their own state to carry.)

Now, only Illinois (and the District of Columbia) continue to deny citizens the right to carry firearms outside their homes or places of business to protect themselves.

(Update: On November 7th, changes were made to the parts of the emergency rules relating to training requirements for concealed carry licenses.)

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