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Militia: Disestablished

In the early 20th Century Congress began thoroughly to muddle the constitutional differentiation between the “the Militia of the several States” and the regular Armed Forces.

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Militia: Unconstitutionally Disestablished

Militia: Unconstitutionally Disestablished and Fused with the Regular Armed Forces Militia had been in existence for generations throughout America, settled and regulated pursuant to Colonial and then State statutes. And there...
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“Unorganized” Militia

Oxymoronic "Unorganized" MilitiaThe very idea of an “unorganized”, and therefore “unarmed” and “undisciplined”, “militia” must be one of the most perverse and dangerous subterfuges...
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National Guard: Not a Militia

National Guard: Not a Constitutional State MilitiaThe National Guard is neither “ well regulated Militia”, as the Second Amendment uses that term; nor one...
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2nd Amendment: “Individual Right Only” Theory is Wrong

2nd Amendment: "Individual Right Only" Theory is WrongThe real constitutional argument against contemporary "gun control" lies in the first thirteen words of the Second...
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