So What does Obamas Executive Order Mean to Gunsmiths?

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USA – -(Ammoland.com)-Today on Lock N Load Radio with Bill Frady Live 6-9 PM Eastern. Call in is 877-807-4048.

Today on Lock N Load Radio, 4 August 2016’s topics of discussion include:

  • ATF forgot to comply with policy, accidentally creating gun owner database
  • Democrats offer ‘tough and smart’ plan to keep Americans safe
  • Chicago: ‘Deadliest July in 10 Years’ for Gun Control Haven
  • Former New Jersey Governor: “We’re a Model on How to Go Forward” on Gun Control
  • 3rd Hour tonight we discuss this latest Executive Order and its effects with Mike Parks of Agency Arms

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B.Zerker
B.Zerker
5 years ago

The first thing everyone needs to understand is that “Executive Orders”, by any executive branch office holder (the POTUS or Governors) are not binding law. That would be a breach of Article I, Sec. 1 which directs that “ALL” legislative powers (law making) are vested in Congress. Therefore, they are unconstitutional and a usurpation of power if they are meant to be binding law. Furthermore, since the Heller decision by the SCOTUS, which declared the Second Amendment a “fundamental right” (guaranteed by the Constitution), and that Article VI, Clause 2 (the supremacy clause) dictates that the Constitution is the “supreme… Read more »

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
5 years ago
Reply to  B.Zerker

@BZ, What you have written is correct, but Oblabla’s executive orders go to the bureaucracy. Those bureaucrats are going to follow those executive orders to the letter, even if those EOs are conrary to federal statute and the Constitution because they want their handsome salary, benefits, and retirement pension!

B.Zerker
B.Zerker
5 years ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

I understand that sir, but as you’ve most likely read in some if my previous posts, we have remedy for that exact situation. It comes in the form of Title 18, USC, Sec. 242 which makes it federal felony for law enforcement officers and judges, et. al. to deny anyone a right that is secured by the U.S. Constitution under the “color” of an unconstitutional law. The penalties for that range from one year to life in Leavenworth, or the death penalty if someone is damaged or killed. There is also Title 42, USC, Sec. 1983 which makes them liable… Read more »

B. Bishop
B. Bishop
5 years ago
Reply to  B.Zerker

Well put. It is up to all of us to keep our governing bodies in check. Far too many are willing to be mindless sheep. We must all do our part to stand up for our nation and the foundation it was created upon. It will not be an easy task…

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
5 years ago
Reply to  B.Zerker

@B.Z. I wish that you were right, but I have never seen these two statutes enforced as you suggest. Do you have any case citations that I could read? As to 42 USC section 1983, that statute provides a federal cause of action against unlawful arrest under color of state law.I am sure that this does not include judges, legislators or federal law enforcement officers. Dr. James Lockhart, JD provides an illuminating thesis of 42 USC section 1983 at pages 237-341 of Causes of Action. 18 USC at 242, at first reading seems to apply to individuals not judges, legislators,… Read more »

B.Zerker
B.Zerker
5 years ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

Wild Bill, I’ll check out Dr. Lockhart’s work (thanks), but the way I understand the USC, in these instances, is that Judges, legislators, LEOs, et. al. are not above the law. Yet they all hold positions that allow them to arbitrarily violate a person’s constitutional rights at will if they choose to do so. Violations under the “color” of unconstitutional laws. My understanding is that laws like Title 18 and Title 42 were enacted to prevent such miscarriages of justice by dissuading the powers-that-be from doing so. As far as case law, no, I don’t have any. But I can… Read more »

Billy Don Allen
Billy Don Allen
5 years ago

A very informative medium!