Modern American Exceptionalism And The 2nd Amendment

Modern American Exceptionalism And The 2nd Amendment

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    Modern American Exceptionalism And The 2nd Amendment

    Apparently, our nation's legacy of American exceptionalism is alive and well, as demonstrated by those common, law-abiding Californians who have chosen to stake their names, faces, and professional reputations in the name of defending that which is greater than themselves--the basic, fundamental, and enumerated civil right to self defense.

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    Excellent, informative article - which I see you are the author of (that must be a great job).
    If Californian gun owners can be so wonderfully successful in defending their rights, then I really think that there's nothing that can stop up nation-wide. (There may even be hope for Illinois).
    Once again, great article. I'll no doubt be reading a lot of you in the future. Keep the faith, man.
    Phillip

    (Oh, and welcome to the forum)

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