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The 2nd Amendment - What does it do?

Started by Lewis Bishop, Jr.. Last reply by Rhoda Gelman Aug 22. 5 Replies

Repealing the SecondQuestion:  What if the "liberal left" got a Constitutional Amendment drafted, approved, distributed to the States and Ratified which stated, to whit: "The Second Amendment to the…Continue

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Comment by Rhode Island Jim on July 18, 2019 at 2:47pm

Greetings,

Rhode Island Jim here, letting you know that I have a new group which is called §Common Law Advocates§ and I hope - any who are reading this that I hope that you might be encouraged to join with me. 

I am fairly new to the Constitution Club so, as yet, we do not know each other.  I'd like to change that, not just in knowing you, but I am hoping that all of us who are members of the Constitution Club, but all have our own individual groups, will be encouraged to join all the groups under the Constitution Club's umbrella, so that we can more efficiently all try and work together and work in unison to try to bring justice and fairness back once again.  It would be wonderful if the country could, once again, regain some of the freedoms and independence we knew as kids.

 Do you remember back when you could go to the local dairy and buy your milk (with cream on top), butter and eggs?  I want those times back. How bout you?

thanks for your time and have a lovely "§Common Law§" day.

Rhode Island Jim

Comment by valerie anne eggers on July 11, 2019 at 3:35pm

I just want to say that in view of what is going on in this country today, it is not surprising that the powers that be want to disarm us. Besides the unconstitutionality of that movement,  I am convinced disarmament for Americans would make them sitting ducks for OH SO MANY anti-Americans in the country.

Comment by Online Professor on July 6, 2019 at 4:33pm

Comment by christopher scallio on June 30, 2019 at 4:34pm

Under Natural Law; The right to life liberty & property, there is obviously the right of defence attached. The prohibition on alcohol, clearly violates Natural Law even if properly ratified. Your property rights are under your self-government jurisdiction. The Civil power has no authority there Your neighbor cannot tell you what you can or cannot own or even what you must own. So hence he cannot delegate a power he does not have to his Representatives. Some may say we surrendered certain rights when we entered into civil government compact. What right have you surrendered? Enumerate one for me. I'll wait....What document states these surrendered rights? It doesn't exist. We have documents that not only enumerate some of our rights which cannot be violated by man or government within our U.S. Bill of Rights & State Declaration of Rights. But they also contain blank checks we can use in Court of other rights not enumerated. Surely you have a right to travel, a right to procreate and a right to work, ect.

Comment by christopher scallio on June 30, 2019 at 4:23pm

It's easy to remember by drinking age laws, 18 & 21 years of age,             to remember the two alcohol Amendments.

Comment by christopher scallio on June 30, 2019 at 4:20pm

It is interesting that the Congress chooses who actually gets to vote on ratifying the Amendment. U.S. Const. Am. 18, Sec. 3: This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by the legislatures of the several States...  U.S. Const. Am. 21, Sec. 3: This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by conventions in the several States...When Congress offers the Amendment can they dictate by which form of ratification or can the States choose which form of ratification?  Either by Legislature or Convention.  I would think the State could choose it's own way of ratification since it does not even have to consider the proposed Amendment in the first place.

Comment by Robert Becker on June 30, 2019 at 5:32am

Trump is also waiting to sign a bill allowing the confiscation of firearms from anyone who has been diagnosed with mental illness. So if you ever told your doctor you felt down or alone you could be diagnosed with depression.

This would allow them to at any time they feel the need, to confiscate your firearms for public safety. He said in a public statement when dealing with someone with possible mental illness they should confiscate immediately and the wait and go to court for legal permission and approval.

Comment by Robert Becker on June 30, 2019 at 5:17am

Officially repealed the 18th amendment. They could soon have enough states to repeal the 2nd amendment. Look at you states that are passing gun control laws. in one shape or another and have bee getting shot down. soon they will begin working to repeal the 2nd amendment.

Comment by Robert Becker on June 30, 2019 at 5:17am

hen the 21st amendment got rid of it.

The following states ratified the amendment:

  1. Michigan (April 10, 1933)
  2. Wisconsin (April 25, 1933)
  3. Rhode Island (May 8, 1933)
  4. Wyoming (May 25, 1933)
  5. New Jersey (June 1, 1933)
  6. Delaware (June 24, 1933)
  7. Indiana (June 26, 1933)
  8. Massachusetts (June 26, 1933)[11]
  9. New York (June 27, 1933)
  10. Illinois (July 10, 1933)
  11. Iowa (July 10, 1933)
  12. Connecticut (July 11, 1933)
  13. New Hampshire (July 11, 1933)
  14. California (July 24, 1933)
  15. West Virginia (July 25, 1933)
  16. Arkansas (August 1, 1933)
  17. Oregon (August 7, 1933)
  18. Alabama (August 8, 1933)
  19. Tennessee (August 11, 1933)
  20. Missouri (August 29, 1933)
  21. Arizona (September 5, 1933)
  22. Nevada (September 5, 1933)
  23. Vermont (September 23, 1933)
  24. Colorado (September 26, 1933)
  25. Washington (October 3, 1933)
  26. Minnesota (October 10, 1933)
  27. Idaho (October 17, 1933)
  28. Maryland (October 18, 1933)
  29. Virginia (October 25, 1933)
  30. New Mexico (November 2, 1933)
  31. Florida (November 14, 1933)
  32. Texas (November 24, 1933)
  33. Kentucky (November 27, 1933)
  34. Ohio (December 5, 1933)
  35. Pennsylvania (December 5, 1933)
  36. Utah (December 5, 1933)

Ratification was completed on December 5, 1933.

The amendment was subsequently ratified by conventions in the following states:

  1. Maine (December 6, 1933)
  2. Montana (August 6, 1934)

The amendment was rejected by the following state:

  • South Carolina (December 4, 1933)

Voters in the following state rejected holding a convention to consider the amendment:

  • North Carolina (November 7, 1933)

The following states took no action to consider the amendment:

  • Georgia
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Nebraska
  • North Dakota
  • Oklahoma
  • South Dakota.
Comment by Robert Becker on June 30, 2019 at 5:16am
  1. Mississippi (January 7, 1918)
  2. Virginia (January 11, 1918)
  3. Kentucky (January 14, 1918)
  4. North Dakota (January 25, 1918)[note 1]
  5. South Carolina (January 29, 1918)
  6. Maryland (February 13, 1918)
  7. Montana (February 19, 1918)
  8. Texas (March 4, 1918)
  9. Delaware (March 18, 1918)
  10. South Dakota (March 20, 1918)
  11. Massachusetts (April 2, 1918)
  12. Arizona (May 24, 1918)
  13. Georgia (June 26, 1918)
  14. Louisiana (August 3, 1918)[note 2]
  15. Florida (November 27, 1918)
  16. Michigan (January 2, 1919)
  17. Ohio (January 7, 1919)
  18. Oklahoma (January 7, 1919)
  19. Idaho (January 8, 1919)
  20. Maine (January 8, 1919)
  21. West Virginia (January 9, 1919)
  22. California (January 13, 1919)
  23. Tennessee (January 13, 1919)
  24. Washington (January 13, 1919)
  25. Arkansas (January 14, 1919)
  26. Illinois (January 14, 1919)
  27. Indiana (January 14, 1919)
  28. Kansas (January 14, 1919)
  29. Alabama (January 15, 1919)
  30. Colorado (January 15, 1919)
  31. Iowa (January 15, 1919)
  32. New Hampshire (January 15, 1919)
  33. Oregon (January 15, 1919)
  34. North Carolina (January 16, 1919)
  35. Utah (January 16, 1919)
  36. Nebraska (January 16, 1919)
  37. Missouri (January 16, 1919)
  38. Wyoming (January 16, 1919)
  39. Minnesota (January 17, 1919)
  40. Wisconsin (January 17, 1919)
  41. New Mexico (January 20, 1919)
  42. Nevada (January 21, 1919)
  43. New York (January 29, 1919)
  44. Vermont (January 29, 1919)
  45. Pennsylvania (February 25, 1919)
  46. New Jersey (March 9, 1922)

The following states rejected the amendment:

  1. Connecticut[12][13]
  2. Rhode Island[12][14]

It was a ratified amendment. It was officially an amendment to the constitution

 
 
 

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