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MLK’s Arsenal & The Racist Roots of Gun Control in the U.S.

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Martin Luther King, Jr., known for peaceful resistance, at the same time recognized the importance of gun ownership for self-defense. King understood the risks involved in being an outspoken civil rights leader, living in Jim Crow era Alabama, and took measures to protect himself, his family and others around him.

King was a gun owner.  In fact, he had a few guns–one visitor to the King family home described King’s supply of weapons as an “armory.”

Additionally, William Worthy, a journalist who covered the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, reported that he almost sat on a loaded gun while visiting King’s parsonage.

King had also applied for a concealed carry permit, but was turned down.  According to John M. Snyder:

“At one time, King applied for a permit to carry a concealed handgun, but was denied. He was concerned for his personal safety, just as are a lot of law-abiding American citizens. “

Gay Marriage: the End of an Institution



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Thorndike-Barnhart states [Marriage | Define Marriage at Dictionary.com] is the legal union between man and woman. Matrimony actually applies to the spiritual or religious bond in that union. To get married, partners must be of correct age, correct sex, not incarcerated, no animals, and no multiple partners involved (in most cases).


Because 7 states (including DC) have legalized gay marriage, any further erosion of marriage is being closely watched. North Carolina continually allows domestic partnerships and civil unions, and is the only Southeastern state without a limit on alleged ‘marriages’.


Gays continually scream discrimination, and their ‘right’ to marry anyone cannot be interfered with.

Baby Born Alive Stabbed to Death at Clinic--plus--Re-education for America

How's that again? On Tuesday (2/9/11-Contra Costa Times) we learned that a business in Antioch, California denied an unidentified man a position as a residential counselor for American Education and Travel Services because he was not a U.S. Citizen or native English speaker.

A ‘discrimination' lawsuit was brought against the firm which was ordered by the court to pay $10,000 in damages to the man in this ‘anti-discrimination' case. The court also mandated that the company provide anti-discrimination training ..or...as they call it in Communist China...re-education.

The feds, according to their rule book, "protects workers from discrimination based on citizenship status or national origin" and must hire someone for a job even if they are not qualified and can't speak English. So this means that according to law, we are forbidden to say ‘no' to anybody for any reason. If they want something from us, we MUST grant them what they want, because everybody has rights.

NAACP Changed Priority from Politics to Party

                

 

                                                                                                                                                                                  

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