I found this in a blog . . .

Discussion in 'Second Amendment and Legal' started by GoesBang, Sep 21, 2014.

  1. GoesBang

    GoesBang Member

    "The rights of the individuals are restricted ONLY to the extent that they have been VOLUNTARILY SURRENDERED by the citizenship to the agencies of government." -- City of Dallas v Mitchell, 245 S.W. 944
    According to the US Supreme Court it is unconstitutional to :
    ► Charge a fee for the exercising of a right (Harper v Virginia Board of Elections 1966);
    ► Require a precondition on the exercising of a right (Guinn v US 1915, Lane v Wilson 1939);
    ► Require a license (government permission) to exercise a right (Murdock v PA 1943, Lowell v City of Griffin 1939, Freedman v MD 1965, Near v MN 1931, Miranda v AZ 1966);
    ► Delay the exercising of a right (Org. for a Better Austin v Keefe 1971);
    ► Register (record in a government database) the exercising of a right (Thomas v Collins 1945, Lamont v Postmaster General 1965, Haynes v US 1968).
    As these things are unconstitutional for one right, they are equally unconstitutional for any enumerated right.
  2. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

    OOPS! Ignorance of the law is no excuse except if ignorance of a law is by the governments actions. You have a right but only in the manor by which the government says you have that right. Face palm!