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THE NEW REVOLUTION: INTERSTATE FIREARM FREEDOM COMPACT!

Monday, February 21, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments
Unless I’m wrong I believe I scooped the NRA, SAF, & GOA
on the Interstate Firearm Freedom Compact.
I checked Google News and found only two news items
:

(1) Missoulian State Bureau, Bills in Legislature to ‘nullify’ or defy federal law,
(Montana), February 12, 2011
(2)Mike Dennison, Bills test state’s power to nullify fed laws, Helena Independent Record,
State Bureau (Montana), February 13, 2011.
 
THE STATES’ TENTH AMENDMENT LEGISLATIVE REVOLUTION 
AGAINST UNCONSTITUTIONAL LAWS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 
THE NULLIFICATION MOVEMENT GAINS MOMENTUM! 
  
For Interstate Compacts there is the INTERSTATE FIREARM FREEDOM COMPACT, which is, in essence, a Tenth Amendment rebellion (revolution) against unconstitutional federal gun control laws encroaching on the States’ legislative and police powers. There is a State legislative movement to nullify unconstitutional federal laws through what are considered as “Nullification Bills” such as the Firearm Freedom Act and the Interstate Firearm Freedom Compact because Congress and the BATFE are getting out of control criminalizing a constitutional right. The Interstate Firearm Freedom Compact is going hot and heavy! February 17, 2011 Arizona Senate Committee on Border Security, Federalism and States Sovereignty voted 5-Yea and 2-Nay for their Interstate Firearm Freedom Compact (SB 1391). The Interstate Firearm Freedom Compact is an undeniable rebellion (dare a say a legislative revolution?) against the Federal Government’s “subversive activities affecting the internal security of the United States (i.e., Domestic Tranquility Clause now linked to the Common Defense Clause of the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States).
 
 
The Findings and Declarations of the Interstate Firearms Freedom Compact are included here:
  
MONTANA HB 448 (2011 LEGISLATION)
 
Article I
 Findings and Declaration of Policy
  
 (1) Section 4 U.S.C. 112 gives congressional consent “to any two or more states to enter into agreements or compacts for cooperative effort and mutual assistance in the prevention of crime and in the enforcement of their respective criminal laws and policies and to establish such agencies, joint or otherwise, as they may deem desirable for making effective such agreements and compacts”.
  
 (2) Pursuant to their police powers to protect public health, safety, welfare, and morals, the party states have enacted or anticipate enacting laws or constitutional provisions to protect and guarantee the right and freedom to own, keep, bear, manufacture, transfer, and sell firearms, ammunition, and related accessories.
 
(3) The party states have enacted or anticipate enacting laws that make it a crime in their states for anyone to interfere with the enjoyment of the rights and freedoms guaranteed by their respective firearms freedom laws.
 
(4) The party states find it necessary and deem it desirable for making effective their respective current or anticipated firearms freedom criminal laws, as well as this agreement and compact, to do the following:
(a) prohibit any governmental agent from depriving any resident of any party state of the rights and freedoms guaranteed under its respective current or anticipated firearms freedom laws;
(b) prohibit any governmental agent from penalizing any resident of any party state for exercising the rights and freedoms guaranteed under its respective current or anticipated firearms freedom laws;
(c) cooperate with each other and give each other mutual assistance in the prevention of crimes under the firearms freedom criminal laws of any party state; and
(d) cooperate with each other and give each other mutual assistance in the criminal prosecution of anyone who violates the firearms freedom criminal laws of any party state.
 
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