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By Chad D. Baus & Ken Hanson, Esq.
Even as the City of Cleveland continues to be the only municipality in Ohio illegally enforcing local firearm laws, while at the same time lying about it to the media, Buckeye Firearms Association has learned that the anti-Second Amendment, anti-self-defense, anti-hunting legislation which Mayor Frank Jackson tried unsuccessfully to get passed in the 127th General Assembly is about to be reintroduced.
Taken from the most recent "Page Nine" Alan Korwin's "The Uninvited Ombudsman Report"
Bill of Rights Day -- my reply to you
Dear "Committee for the Bill of Rights" members,
I can't reply to all the email I received from my report on Bill of Rights Day in Phoenix, http://www.gunlaws.com/BOR-Day-2008-Report.htm, there was too much, and it's still coming. It seems I touched a nerve.
Everyone wants to know what they can do to "enforce" the Bill of Rights against the government. The widespread sentiment is that government is no longer obeying those limits, violating the Bill of Rights at will, practically ignoring the Constitution and acting without bounds. "What can we do?" was the common question.
I've been talking to local brains and have some early ideas (noted at the end). To give you a feel for reactions around the country, and some of their ideas, I've compiled a small fraction of the messages I've received below.