There is no evidence of anything about the UN Arms Trade Treaty leading to peace. The Institute for Economics & Peace, in its Global Peace Index, admitted…
The danger of ever-present tyranny is manifest in the prefatory clause of the Second Amendment—pointing to “a well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State.”
In two dozen+ fundamental rights set forth by the United Nations, there is no mention of a right of armed self-defense. In fact, there is no mention of self-defense, armed or otherwise.
Is armed self-defense a basic human right? That is the crux of an ongoing debate for many people in the United States. It shouldn’t be but it is.
Democrats are rushing to their goal by any means possible, stepping over their enemies, and the more corrupt their schemes, the happier they seem to be.
Every time politicians presume to “improve” on the wisdom of the Founders, they screw everything up.
What went on, might seem strange to us, almost insane or stupid. It’s what our left does that allow them to lie so constantly.
The addition of 100,000’s of machine guns, mortars and assault weapons to the black market is the epitome of the incompetence and hypocrisy of the UN, and the proponents of the Arms Trade Treaty.
Round after round the onslaught continued [against U.S. gun rights, gun owners & ammunition], with the United States defending its position countless times. But the United States would not bend.
The highlight of the Arms Trade Treaty review’s gender panic was probably a speech by a left-wing NGO which argued that “militarised masculinity is . . . the main impediment to disarmament, peace, and
The USA should notify the Treaty Depository that the U.S. does not intend to ratify the ATT and does not consider itself bound by the treaty.
The U.S. Goal at the Conference of States Parties of the Arms Trade Treaty: Keep the Treaty on Its Downward Spiral.
This marks the third consecutive Canadian government to defer these regulations and the second Liberal government to do so since Paul Martin.
Moving to the Congress, there are efforts underway to prevent the UN from continuing its crusade to destroy the Second Amendment.
The incoming Administration and the Senate should make it clear that the U.S. will not become a party to the Arms Trade Treaty.
As we have seen for decades, nations, as well as individuals, will not comply with the U. N. Arms Trade Treaty, because their sovereignty will always be at stake..
As the NRA predicted, the focus of the UN Arms Trade Treaty is now shifting almost exclusively to the domestic civilian trade in firearms…
For the president to now send this treaty to the Senate, during the lame-duck session, & after Clinton’s election defeat, is essentially dropping the treaty in the trash…
Will Canada’s domestic firearms industry survive the implantation of the UN Marking Scheme?
A Trump presidency would mean cutting off funding for the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, while a Clinton White House would fast forward funding to the gun banners at the UN.