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Down with the UN Arms Trade Treaty and gun control

Monday, July 23, 2012

The United Nations is currently considering the merits of the Arms Trade Treaty, a proposition that could have serious ramifications for the United States. Supporters claim that the purpose of the treaty is to combat terrorism; however, opponents point out that the treaty could seriously erode our Second Amendment right to bear arms. In fact, this treaty should be "scrapped" as another counterproductive attempt at gun control, and denounced as an assault on our Constitutional liberties as well.

Read the article: The Washington Times

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