Trump Fires First Shots of WW III, But It’s Russia That Will Determine the Fate of the World
The Second Amendment was meant to leave citizens with the ability to defend themselves against unlawful violence. Such threats might come from usurpers of governmental power, but they might also come from criminals whom the government is unwilling or unable to control.
In most American states, including many with large urban population centers, responsible adults have easy access to ordinary firearms, and they are permitted to carry them in public. Experience has shown that these policies do not lead to increased levels of violence. Criminals pay no more attention to gun control regulations than they do to laws against murder, rape, and robbery. Armed citizens, however, prevent countless crimes and have saved many lives. What’s more, the most vulnerable people—including women, the elderly, and those who live in high crime neighborhoods—are among the greatest beneficiaries of the Second Amendment. If the courts require the remaining jurisdictions to stop infringing on the constitutional right to keep and bear arms, their citizens will be more free and probably safer as well. Nelson Lund University Professor, Antonin Scalia School of Law, George Mason University
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NOT A SECOND CLASS RIGHT: THE SECOND AMENDMENT TODAY
By Nelson Lund
The right to keep and bear arms is a lot like the right to freedom of speech. In each case, the Constitution expressly protects a liberty that needs to be insulated from the ordinary political process.
CHRIS ROCK JOKES ABOUT DEAD WHITE KIDS
Comedian Chris Rock says in his latest Netflix special that he wants to live in a world where “an equal amount of white kids are shot every month,” and with more “white mothers on TV crying.” Following the Parkland, Florida school shooting the left has launched another attack against the Second Amendment with the media and celebrities backing a student march for gun control.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There are still tickets left for Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium — if you’re willing to pay for them.
Just hours before the Big Game, ticket prices remain high, but what are you willing to pay for the experience, and how does it compare to other dream tickets?
The cheapest “get-in” ticket price for the Super Bowl was more than $3,100 on Thursday. Lower level tickets were going for $7,500. One ticket in a suite costs a cool $10,000.
Demand is said to be so high, Minnesota Super Bowl ticket prices could set a record.
The Sports Conspiracy: Americans Mass Controlled & Enslaved
One way the big corporations (i.e., the Elite) have hijacked America is by “distracting” and “dumbing down” the masses through sports entertainment. This may explain why the corporate logos of America’s most influential national sports leagues―baseball (MLB), basketball (NBA), football (NFL), and hockey (NHL)―all mysteriously share the same parallel occult symbolism and esoteric iconography.
Note the similarities in the logos of these two major sports leagues.
Is this merely coincidence?
We all know sports are fun to play and fun to watch. But is there a darker, hidden agenda behind sports entertainment in America today?
Sports “fans” (short for “fanatics”) are everywhere. They hail from all socio-economic backgrounds. And they’ve been multiplying for decades. We all know a sports fanatic. He knows every player of every team, and he knows exactly what happened in every game played since the beginning of recorded time―baseball, basketball, football and hockey.
For him, sports are more than entertainment―they’re his reason for living. With each new generation of Americans the number of sports “fanatics” increases exponentially:
“Sports are big business. Combined, the “Big 4” leagues in America, the National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Hockey League (NHL) and Major League Baseball (MLB), bring in about $24 billion in revenue during a typical year, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg….
…the sports industry is so complex, including ticket sales, licensed products, sports video games, collectibles, sporting goods, sports-related advertising, endorsement income, stadium naming fees and facilities income, that it’s difficult to put an all-encompassing figure on annual revenue.”
But is the rise of sports fanaticism a natural phenomenon? Or have sports fans been “trained” (or, better, “socially engineered”) to crave sports? Has sports “fanaticism” been created by the corporate “powers-that-be” (the Elite) to distract Americans away from the pillaging of our rights and freedoms, the dumbing down of our children, the raping of our wealth, and the increasing police state these Elite are setting up in America?
Think about it. Stage magicians “fool” audiences by using “distraction” techniques; these magicians are masters at “diverting” audience attention and focusing it elsewhere while they perform their magic trick.
In this same way, the Elite seem to be using Sports entertainment to draw the attention of Americans away from the fact that slowly but surely these Elite are brainwashing us, as well as deleting, erasing and destroying all of our constitutional freedoms and our natural human rights.
Sports fans spend endless time watching sports, and endless amounts of money on
merchandising (hats, jerseys, tickets, balloons, etc.). Simultaneously, American
freedoms are dwindling, taxes are increasing, corporate cronyism is growing,
American aggression overseas is rising, and we’re becoming a police state.
That’s not something to cheer about.
In many ways a sports fanatic is enslaved. It’s not difficult to see the similarity between a “couch potato” sports fanatic and an imprisoned circus lion or elephant. Both a circus lion/elephant and a sports fanatic have been trained to forget their freedom and natural habitat; both have abandoned their true nature only to dance and jump through hoops as dictated by their trainers/masters; both have accepted their enslavement and are a shadow of their former glory.
Like enslaved circus animals, sports fanatics spend a large fraction of their lives
chained to a system they didn’t create, a system they don’t control, and one that in many
ways has stolen their freedom. They are entangled in a soap opera without end.
You’re crazy! Sports aren’t bad! They are thrilling, healthy, and they bring America together!
True, sports aren’t bad in and of themselves. There are some positive things about sports entertainment in America, obviously. But do the negatives outweigh these positives? Remember, this article is not a tirade against sports themselves or sports fans as people. Sports are great, insofar as they are thrilling, fun, exciting, inspirational. Similarly, banks are great, insofar as banks are a safe place to store money. Drug companies are great too, insofar as drug companies are a place to develop cures for diseases.
But the trouble creeps in when bankers start to control the economy by inflation/deflation, drug companies start to invent diseases so they can profit by providing the cures, and sports entertainment starts to distract Americans away from having any desire to stop America from becoming an enslaved police state, controlled by corporate dictators.