I found this in a blog . . .

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

  1. GoesBang

    GoesBang Member

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    "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
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    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

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    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!