RIGHT AND DUTY TO DEFEND OURSELVES?

GOVERNMENT WOULD LIKE TO BAN GUNS IN CHURCHES

After the recent shooting spree in Charleston, churches have a choice to make. Should the pastor be armed for protection? Should members of the church be allowed or even encouraged to have a firearm while in attendance?

You can agree with this or not.  There are good arguments for both sides of the issue. The REAL point is that the constitution gives a church the right to defend itself.  It is their choice to make.

The federal government will use this incident and others to promote banning firearms, or at least the creation of new regulations that would actually make you less safe.  Can you imagine a community, state or country passing a law preventing firearms within 100 yards of your local church?  Not too hard to imagine that, is it?

Watch this NBC News report about a Minnesota church that chooses to protect its congregation.

Do you think they have the right to do this?

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