CCW Reciprocity approved by House panel

By JD Heyes. December 1st, 2017

The Second Amendment is extremely clear in its recognition of the right to keep and bear arms -- for self-defense, sure, but also because our founders knew an armed citizenry was the biggest obstacle to a tyrannical government.

There are no qualifiers in the Second Amendment. No if's, and's, or but's. No ambiguity. No uncertainty. Despite what Left-wing, anti-gun progressives tell you, there aren't any "common sense gun laws;" there are only gun laws, and each one of them is an unconstitutional restriction on an individual's "right to keep and bear arms."

The amendment states: "A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." The founders said two things here: A militia is "necessary" for the maintenance of security for "a free state;" and that "the people" have a "right" "to keep and bear arms."

So why do we have any gun laws whatsoever? That's a great question, but along those lines, a House panel has just made it one step easier for America to return to its constitutional roots when it comes to living the Second Amendment. .......

Opinion still seems to vary on this, probably in part depending which CCW state is being considered - concerns for some over whether a final result would actually decrease CCW freedoms. Of course, it is a very long road from a bill to actual law - the house and senate - and so it remains to be seen whether this actually does eventually become law. Probably still a long road ahead.

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