The New American Quote

“[N]one are so emboldened as thugs who, in spite of the law are armed, in confrontations with law-abiding citizens who, because of the law, are disarmed.”

~ The New American

THE NEW AMERICAN, p. 42, February 5, 1996.

Ratings and Comments

Mike, Norwalk

Not quite sure how to rate this. From a current perspective and application of unconstitutional legal positivism, the quote is extremely spot on, accurate and illustrative of today's state of affairs  as such, the quote deserves 10 plus stars. From a "laws of nature and of nature's God, common law, constitutional law, founder's natural law applications perspective, the entire system is out or order and criminally illict.


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