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by leslie on June 18th, 2014

According to Reid v. Covert, 354 U.S. 1 (1957), in a landmark case, the United States Supreme Court ruled “The Constitution supersedes international treaties ratified by the United States Senate.” This reinforces that the Bill of Rights is to protect the people from government, making parts of the Patriot Act, the NSA, and the IRS unconstitutional. It will also make the U.N. Small Arms Treaty, if passed by the Senate, null and void to the extent that it enfringes on national sovereignty and the Second Amendment.

It is our right and our duty to support the Constitution at every opportunity and to oppose tyranny in all its forms.

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