Hillary supports gun control to harm black women.

Hillarys War on Black Women

Presidential candidate Hillary Supported more gun control in her speech to the Trayvon Martin Foundation. Clinton addressed the $1,500 per person crowd hosted by Tryvon Martins mother, an advocate of more control after her son was killed while attacking George Zimmerman. Trayvon Martin was not aware Zimmerman was armed and prepared to defend himself.

Gun Control allows criminals to control the neighborhood and harm mostly black women. Clintons support for endangering black women has resulted in many black democrats supporting her opponent Sanders or even her republican opponent Trump.

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NOTE: (I wrote this article many years ago, it appeared in my book “It’s ok to Leave the Plantation.” Some of the data maybe out dated. Thanks, Mason.


The second amendment to the United States Constitution reads “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” This simple twenty seven-word sentence has confounded the wise and baffled the simple. There seems to be constant on going debate over this amendment. I do not understand the controversy, either we have a second amendment right or we do not.

I have debated this issue over and over again and it seems like there is a confusion over what the amendment says and what it implies. I do not think there is a difference, it implies what it says and means what it says. Some people honestly think this amendment speaks to the States right to maintain a well regulated militia. I understand the point of view but am still concern with the word “people” in the amendment. So I will not debate whether the amendment pertains to States rights or individual rights. Let us first agree that the second amendment to the United States Constitution gives SOMEBODY the right to keep and bear arms with no infringement.

If we can agree on that then we can back up and observe society and look for that group. I have looked and can find no group or individual in this nation with that recognized right. There is no one that the State recognizes as having the right to keep and bear arms with NO infringement. Not the national guard, militia, hunters, home owners or even the police. All have some government restrictions (infringements) over their weapons.

Therefore it can be argued that no one has a second amendment right to keep and bear arms today. The second amendment right of all of us has been surrendered and no longer exist.

While we are debating the details of who is covered and who is not, we find that none are covered. Because we failed to defend the rights of others, we have lost the right ourselves. Will we ever learn? No one is free until all of us are free.

I may be wrong, perhaps I have missed it somewhere. It would be appreciated if some of you can write and tell me which group, in this nation, has the constitutionally recognized right to keep and bear arms with no government regulation. The national guard cannot take their M16 guns home with them, the police must surrender his weapon upon demand from superiors so where is the right? Even hunters and home owners need licenses and permits to own, sell and carry their weapons. We have been asleep.

This is not the only right we have lost. The tax codes have stolen our “pursuit of happiness” as the government becomes our senior business partner. Home owners and property owners must seek government permission to use their property. Parents have little or no control over their children’s education. Parents are expected by the state to be “perfect” or the state will remove the child from the home.

But there is hope, we are awakening from our slumber and beginning to stir. Americans have recognized the government’s infringement on their religious, economic and social freedoms. We are aware the First Amendment protection of the free exercise of religion, have been thwarted by restricting individual prayer in schools and elsewhere. The Fourth Amendments security in our “persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures “ has been eliminated with zero tolerance seizures of drug uses properties with no arrest or trial and IRS and Social Security access to your private records without warrants. Even the Congress has “expanded” the Fourth Amendment requirement of a warrant to make it easier for police to act without such warrant.

The Constitution of the United States is a great document that has maintained this country because of its protection of individual freedoms. But now we have government schools that do not teach the Declaration of Independence or the Bill of Rights to our children. Even some law schools have little or no emphases on the Constitution. Those of us that disagree with our government are finding fewer freedoms to do so.

However, with more of us under the burdens of government regulation and control we are beginning to see the problem. There is one Constitutional right that has not been eliminated, the right to vote. We can still elect our representative and hold them accountable. Yes, big money has a lot to say about who is elected but we do not have to fall for it. Become aware and selective with your vote, it is the only weapon you have. Stay alert and stay free. Vote and support candidates that will protect your individual rights not your group rights. Not African American, women, poor, business, Hispanic or party rights. But the right of the individual to pursuit happiness and prosperity, this is the freedom that is America.

“The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Simple enough right? Then why are federal, state, county and city governments so concern about “gun control? ”Everywhere you look your government has tried to protect you from yourself. I want to live safely and want my neighbor to be secure in his home as well. But, what is true protection? I have heard many arguments for government controlling access to fire arms. I have looked into many of them and analysis have convinced me that gun control laws will not make us safer.

The second amendment also states the well-armed citizen is necessary “to the security of a free state”. It seems they were right after all.