It is not a rhetorical question. What is a gun? What does it mean for a free man to possess a gun? There are many reasons to own firearms, but only one reason will preserve the possession of a gun as an inalienable right.
Jarrad reminds you that Hillsdale College has a US Constitution course available for every American. He even put the direct link in the show notes for you.
During our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we will consider the idea of “my gunfight” versus being in “a gunfight”. There is an absolute difference in the two and how you prepare for them.
(Original Publish Date: 02/23/2017 | Original Episode #: 561)
Topics Covered During This Episode:
- What is a Gun? Sporting tool? Recreational implement? Collectors Item? Sports, Games, Hobbies?
- There is only one way that a firearm can be preserved as an apart of an inalienable right: Instrument of (Individual) Liberty.
- Individual Liberty is paramount. If liberty and freedom are granted by the state or the “collective” then the instruments of individual liberty are non-essential. Only the State required them.
- Take the free-to-you course about the Constitution here: info.hillsdale.edu
- SOTG Homeroom brought to you by Crossbreed Holsters: “My” gunfight or “A” gunfight?
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