Do our inalienable rights, as codified by the Bill of Rights, end when the government declares a crisis or emergency? If the US Constitution can be ignored because of a “state of emergency”, then why even have a Constitution?

We have good news from the State of Idaho. The Idaho Governor has signed a new bill expanding Constitutional Carry in that state. How does this example apply to the rest of the nation? 

We have a Warrior of the Week question. What is more important right now, gear or training? Professor Paul is happy to address that question in detail 

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From concealednation.org:

H.B. 516 was passed in Idaho and allows for all Americans to carry a concealed firearm in the state without a permit. It was signed by the Governor March 25th 2020. This extends Idaho’s constitutional carry bill, which until now only applied to residents.

The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance first reported on this story today, releasing the following statement;

You did it Idaho!

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From www.washingtontimes.com:

ANALYSIS/OPINION:
“Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

— Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)

One of my Fox colleagues recently sent me an email attachment of a painting of the framers signing the Constitution of the United States. Except in this version, George Washington — who presided at the Constitutional Convention — looks at James Madison — who was the scrivener at the Convention — and says, “None of this counts if people get sick, right?”

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