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When Governments Go Rogue in America

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Contributor & author: Dr. W. Scott Magill, Executive Director, ViDoL, USMC/USArmy-Med.Corps

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Preview:  We Americans now live in perilous times. It is paramount that every state in the Union recognizes its primary responsibility under the Duality of Protecting Principal to defend and preserve their citizens’ inalienable rights from a national government gone rogue. And it is every American citizen’s responsibility to call upon their State Representatives to move with alacrity in passing Second Amendment Protection Legislation. Failure of the states to act according to the present threat makes our fellow citizens and our entire Constitutional Republic easy prey for our predatory “enemies, domestic.”

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The Second Amendment was given to us for such a time as this. It plainly states, “… the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”  Our God-given “unalienable right” to self-defense is doubly guaranteed to many citizens in their state constitutions. Missouri’s Article 1, Section 23 is one such example, later strengthened in 2014 by the passage of the “Missouri Right to Bear Arms, Amendment 5.”

The meaning of those words in the Second Amendment included in our Bill of Rights—without which the original thirteen states would never have ratified our Constitution— runs much more profoundly in our national identity and consciousness than commonly considered.

The Bill of Rights delineates many of the most essential of our individual “unalienable rights.”  The individual liberties there listed have deep roots in Western culture, first recognized by Magna Carta, then by the English Bill of Rights, and then in the Charters of the British Colonies of the Americas. Each represents human efforts to establish governments that conform to the “Laws of Nature and of Natures God.”  They confirm that such rights, not granted by human institutions, may therefore not be denied by any government.

The Second Amendment is derived from an unalienable right possessed by mankind from the beginning of time — the individual’s absolute right to protect himself and his property. Throughout all ages, that right of self-protection has been exercised with the use of available weapons: fists, rocks, clubs, spears, arrows, swords, knives, and guns, to name but a few. Restricting or nullifying the Second Amendment makes tragic situations such as Columbine, Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech as inevitable as they are predictable. Mandating gun-free zones announces to the bad guys that it’s open season on law-abiding citizens; places where our Bill of Rights is suspended; where every citizen’s natural, God-given, unalienable right to self-defense is outlawed.

Simply put: The mass murder of disarmed citizens is a GOVERNMENT-CAUSED preventable assault against the American people. Our fellow citizens will continue to be slaughtered en masse as long as we impose these Constitution-free “killing fields” on our communities.

This brings us to a crucial aspect of Federalism as an ideal system for defending and preserving our individual rights to life and liberty, coined here: the “Duality of Protection Principle.”  Its source can be found in the Constitution and strengthened by the Fourteenth Amendment, which states, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” 

The Duality of Protection Principle affirms that our federal government has not only the right but the sacred duty to protect American citizens from state governments gone rogue. At the same time, each sovereign state possesses the same right and duty to protect its own citizens’ liberties from a federal government gone rogue.

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MARK DANKOF’S AMERICA w/ Mark Dankof (He’s Back!)

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New Programs on the Republic Broadcasting Network (www.republicbroadcasting.org )

 

MARK DANKOF’S AMERICA w/ Mark Dankof (He’s Back!)
Sundays, 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM ( Starting April 20th, 2008 )
 
MARK DANKOF’S AMERICA
Host(s):
Mark Dankof
Call In Number: 800-313-9443
Show Time: Sundays, 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM

The show will consist of news analysis of critical domestic and international developments, seen through the lenses of Mr. Dankof’s Old Right, Paleo-conservative, anti-New World Order worldview. Guests will be drawn from political, media, and literary circles both in the United States and abroad, who contribute to the show’s themes and edify the listening audience. The listener call-in format employed in the previous Mark Dankof’s America stint on the Republic Broadcasting Network will be retained again.
 

                                                             

                       Website: www.MarkDankof.com                     

                                                       E-Mail Address:
                                                      
kramfoknad@hotmail.com

 

Mark Dankof is a contributor to the American Free Press and serves as a talk show host and radio broadcaster for the Republic Broadcasting Network. Born in Wiesbaden, Germany, the son of a United States Air Force Colonel, he graduated from Valparaiso University in 1977 and from Chicago’s Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in 1983. In recent years, he has pursued post-graduate work in systematic theology and theological German at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. His thesis interest pertains to Martin Chemnitz’s evaluation of the Council of Trent (1545-1563). Formerly the 36th District Chairman of the Republican Party in King County/Seattle and later an elected delegate to Texas State Republican Conventions in 1994 and 1996, he entered the United States Senate race in Delaware in 2000 as the nominated candidate of the Constitution Party against Democratic candidate Thomas Carper and Republican incumbent William Roth. He is an Endowed Life Member of the National Rifle Association and a Life Member of the Texas State Rifle Association. Pastor Dankof now serves Immanuel Lutheran Church of San Antonio at http://www.ilcsa.org. His personal web page may be accessed at http://www.MarkDankof.com. He is a member of the clergy roster of the Lutheran Ministerium and Synod–USA found at http://www.lmsusa.org.

 

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