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Stand Up and Be Counted

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Enough is enough. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is under constant assault by groups and individuals who are trying to deprive us of our ability to defend ourselves.  Despite all their rhetoric to the contrary and calls for “common sense” gun laws, their goal is to confiscate your arms. 

As I wrote years ago, “Possessing arms is the ultimate symbol of Liberty. It is the symbol of being a free man. The right to keep and bear arms is bestowed upon us by God. No man or body of men have the right, legal or moral, to deprive us of this right. Anyone who thinks otherwise is an enemy of Freedom and an enemy of He who endowed us with that Freedom.”

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a long history of standing firm with the eternal principle of self-preservation.  September 28th 1776, Declaration of Right XIII, “That the people have a right to bear arms for defense of themselves and the state.”  The wording was slightly changed and strengthened in 1790, “The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned."  It was reaffirmed in 1838, again in 1874, and then once again in 1968. 

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Many of our fellow citizens, and politicians in Harrisburg, have no idea (or simply do not care) that they are violating the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by simply asking the question.  We must stand firm and remind them of our inalienable right to bear arms and defend ourselves.  There are plenty of ways to stand up, and I designed this shirt just for that purpose. 

For each T-shirt sold, we will be donating $5 to Firearms Industry Consulting Group, P.C., to support the legal challenges being prepared by Firearm Owners Against Crime and Allegheny County Sportsmen’s League in relation to the City of Pittsburgh’s unlawful anti-Second Amendment proposals.  There have been plenty who have not wanted a shirt, but have donated money for the “war chest”.  It’s time to stand up and be counted.  Do what you can.

Jared

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