May 20, 2018

What If The Second Amendment Was Repealed?

“What would that be like, the repeal of the Second Amendment? Would it markedly transform our way of life? Would acts of unspeakable violence cease? Would civility and compassion return in our deeply divided country and troubled culture? Would discipline of children return to homes? Would there cease to be drug use and mentally troubled individuals? Would there be a return to moral values in a country that is so adrift? Would sex and violence stop being promoted in television, movies and video games? Would our citizenry be held accountable for its own behavior? Would there truly be consequences for lawlessness and would the rule of law mean something?”<<<Read More>>>

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“Horrid Mischief Would Ensue…”

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Rep. John Lewis Invited to Sit-In to Protect Urban Hostages from Criminals by Anti-Crime Activist

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:

Project 21’s Nadra “Cap Black” Enzi Says He’d Gladly Join His Hero Rep. John Lewis in Sit-In to Protect Inner City Residents from Crime

Reminds Congressman of the Role Armed Volunteers Played in Protecting Non-Violent Civil Rights Pioneers Like Himself

Washington, DC – Project 21 Member and New Orleans anti-crime activist Nadra “Cap Black” Enzi has the following statement about the “sit-in” of the U.S. House of Representatives promoting gun control led by Rep. John Lewis (D-GA):

U.S. Congressman John Lewis is one of the people responsible for my enjoyingfull citizenship as a black Southern member of Generation X. I owe him and other civil rights movement heroes a debt that cannot be repaid. That said, I respectfully disagree with the sit-in he led on floor of the U.S. House of Representatives to push for gun control legislation.

I wish he’d recall how armed volunteers protected non-violent protesters like himself — a hushed self-defense fact illustrated in the book, “This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed: How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible. ”

Today, the premiere threat to what I call the civil right of safety for “urban hostages” [inner city residents] isn’t distant White Citizens Councils nor racist police. Sadly, a chocolate Klan hunts black prey as methodically now as the white one did in the 1960s.

Self-defense shouldn’t be reduced to a partisan issue or ideological talking point. For the poor and disenfranchised Congressman Lewis champions, gun ownership puts them on a level playing field with richer, safer Americans far removed from daily home invasion; rape and armed robbery.

I’d gladly join my hero John Lewis in a sit-in to insure urban hostages can legally protect themselves.

Project 21, a leading voice of black conservatives for over two decades, is sponsored by the National Center for Public Policy Research. Its volunteer members come from all walks of life and are not salaried political professionals.

Contributions to the National Center are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.

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