May 21, 2009

Montana intra-state gun law means much more

And so to is it a fundamental right of a State to maintain intra-State trade/commerce/rights fundamentally, to wit:  Manufacturing and sale of arms within a State;  Denying the Federal Government the right to taxation without constitutional fundamentalism in spending; funding education unconstitutionally; etc.
This precedence of the commerce clause has great weight in many ways.  The great though to the Federal ownership is property, which leads to ownership of banks, car companies, which leads to government leverage of a catatonic state of surrendering of the freedom to prosper, live, choose, to be at liberty in Freedom.
R. George Dunn

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