Korwin: Efforts to Infringe is Creed Discrimination! It’s Illegal!

The lamestream media told you:

We have to take away the “assault weapons.” These are too dangerous to have on “our streets.” “We don’t want to take away all your guns,” says Mr. Hogg, convincingly, despite what all his supporters and media lapdogs say. The “assault weapon” ban simply bans anything with a magazine… and a grip.

Alan Korwin, visit his website GunLaws.com.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Civilians must have armed parity with police. That was the principle behind the Second Amendment. Government could not get out of hand if the the people were armed, the last bulwark against tyranny.

Infringement is banned in no uncertain terms in the Constitution. Taking or attempting to take legally owned guns from the public is infringement. Those who would infringe upon the public’s right to possess and possession of arms must face punishment. It is not something they can simply do. Removing or outlawing firearms from the public is forbidden.

The actions of criminals, no matter how bad those acts may be, do not justify illegal actions against the public. Such logic is emblematic of the irrational behavior of so-called progressives in general. It is a sign of people who need medical treatment and are not getting any. It represents, among other problems, the logic error, appelare desperadi, “we must do something.” You should not do something, you should do the right thing.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) questioning Supreme Court nominee judge Brett Kavanaugh. (Photo: Twitter)

Disarming the public is not even remotely a solution to the actions of criminals or insane people. In fact, it only makes matters worse, by leaving the innocent helpless in the face of miscreants and sociopaths. Failure to see this is a sign of untreated hoplophobia.

One way of fighting this, untested at the current time, is creed discrimination. It is illegal to discriminate based upon creed. Though creed is often viewed in a religious context, it is also equally valid in a socio-political context. The fierce attachment with which many Americans cling to their right to arms is indeed a creed, dating back to Colonial times. Singling citizens out for special legal action is creed discrimination and illegal under civil-rights statutes. Where are the creative and ambitious civil-rights attorneys looking to break new ground and make a name for themselves…

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About the author: Alan Korwin is an American writer, author and civil- and political-rights activist whose work serves the business, legal, news and firearms industries. In 1988, Korwin founded Bloomfield Press, which has grown into the largest publisher and distributor of gun-law books in the nation

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  • Chris Baker September 22, 2018, 11:46 pm

    These are too dangerous to have on “our streets.” “We don’t want to take away all your guns,” says Mr. Hogg,

    Sorry Mister Hogg you can’t hog the streets all to yourself or even to all of yourselves, you did say we, and you have to share.

  • Chris Baker September 22, 2018, 11:41 pm

    I want to know what happened to my post and replies to other’s posts.

  • Chris Baker September 22, 2018, 6:25 pm

    I’ve been saying for decades that our rights as stated by the second amendment have been massively infringed already and that’s one of the reasons I’ve been upset at the NRA since they virtually kicked Neal Knox out. He was called “a hardliner” since he actually seemed to espouse the same response to infringements as the second amendment calls for. It says the right of the people to keep and bear “ARMS” shall not be infringed.

    Nowhere does it say anything even resembling “as long as the government approves of the arms” nor does it include anything even resembling “as long as you have permission (a permit) from the government” whether that permit is for a certain type of arm or that you can carry it concealed or openly etc.

    Note: It does NOT specify “firearms” but simply “arms”. Arms include firearms, bows and arrows including crossbows. It includes knives, swords, slingshots, flails, pole arms (even has arms in the name) even clubs and anything that a person might improvise to defend themselves or another. it does NOT cover things like tanks since a tank would bear you not the other way around (unless you’re the hulk or superman. It does however cover any type of weapon that a person can carry such as a shoulder mount anti-tank or anti-aircraft missile. If you can carry it, it’s covered.

    If they can tell you you cannot have a sword your right to keep and bear arms has been infringed. If they can tell you you can’t have that rifle because it has a pistol style grip your right to keep and bear arms has been infringed. If they can tell you where you can carry your arms or how you can carry your arms, your right to keep and bear arms has been infringed.

    Ammunition is part of “arms”. If they tell you you cannot have this or that type of ammunition or more than a certain government approved amount your right to keep and bear arms has been infringed.

    The ONLY constitutional gun laws in this country are the ones against assaulting someone with one, since it’s already illegal to assault someone. Giving a person a worse penalty for using a gun in a crime is unconstitutional since the use of a weapon is irrelevant unless you make the law against using any weapon to assault someone illegal, and that is already covered by the laws against assaulting another.


    (Of course this is just the opinion of a citizen who can actually read and understand the English language, unlike lawyers, politicians and judges.)

  • john dannewitz September 22, 2018, 7:28 am

    I have been listening the the self appointed elitist tell us what we should be required to do with guns while many of them daily have armed guards protecting them. They say if you are in trouble call a cop. How long does any Cop have to take to answer a call? How long does a bad person take to pull a trigger once, twice, maybe three times? The Cop will feel like the Chicago Police who have to deal with 1300 bodies already this year in a city without any authority to carry or keep a gun.
    Its not the guns!!!!! I have not hunted since 1968 by choice and later because my life had changed and I did not have the time to hunt. When I grew up in the midwest, most the families had at least one person that hunted and you also had to go through safty training as a practical matter before you could hunt. I first hunted before I was 8 and knew the safety rules including the way guns worked, how to hunt in the fields with fences using common sense…when crossing the fence take your gun to the next fence post and leave it there before stepping returning to the first fence post as you go through the fence…to protect yourself from the gun falling and discharging…you always assume the gun is loaded, etc. Know where your shots are headed and where they will fall if you miss your target…so you don’t hit something of value, like a cow, horse, person, house, car, tractor, etc. I would go hunting after school, by myself and bring home edible targets for the family to eat the next day. And so did my friends. I never hunted deer or large game. Pheasants were my favorite during season, with a maximum of 3 per day. Yes, there were some who took more. But I was told that it was limited so they would always be available in the area.
    Yes, I was in the military, drafted in 1965, and spending 16 months overseas. I hunted one time since then with two old friends. We walked several miles through weedy corn fields and saw many of the targeted male birds. We did not have one bird when we finished. That was my last hunt as I found that the flying pheasant looks more beautiful flying free than me carrying the animal back to clean and later eat. It may have been my overseas duty where I missed the solitude of the land I grew up around. My mother sent me a letter many times and one time she asked if I needed anything. I responded that I would like a picture of that huge Oak up on the hill behind the house, and one more, a picture of rows of a corn field! She sent both, and though she is now gone, I always remember her sending those picture which were serene and pure, giving me hope that I desired to see them again.
    People kill People with guns, knives, automobiles, and many other things. Guns are a tool, sometimes very mechanically beautiful. They cannot load themselves, they cannot point themselves, they cannot pull their own trigger. Some are historical relics hanging over a fireplace, some are maintained because they provided a service for you for years, but none of them ever walked away from a safe or cabinet that is locked, none of them know where the cartridges are located, none know how to load the ammunition or where its located. Its up to us to protect access to where guns are located, but you would have to be very stupid to not use one: if your family was in a desperate situation and you had the trained expertise to use it wisely.

    • Chris Baker September 22, 2018, 6:30 pm

      Please show me in the second amendment where it says anyone can’t have a gun until they’ve passed a safety course.

  • Nick T September 21, 2018, 11:46 am

    The purpose of the Second Amendment was to make sure that the central government could not disarm the State Militia. I really wish that those who think they know something on the subject would realize that they are a part of the problem, and have not presented one viable solution to stop the encroachment.
    What did the Founders actually say when they added the Second? The body of the People well trained, armed and organized with the recognized power “to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections, and repel Invasions” shall remain sacrosanct. All able-bodied men shall be at the forefront of the whole People prepared to protect and defend this Nation from the tumult, whims, fears of the cowardly, the ignorant, the treacherous, the corrupt, and the tyrannical.
    Article 1, Section 8, Cls. 15 places the power “to execute the Laws of the Union” in our hands, not police forces that are tools of the municipality or the State. Those police forces act to enforce laws that may or may not be constitutional in nature. Militia has the overpowering authority to ignore the orders of the State, and turn its power against people like Feinstein, Bloomberg, and the lot. If we had a legitimate Constitutional “Militia of the several States” people like the aforementioned would be wearing prison garb instead of controlling our lives.

  • Douglas September 21, 2018, 11:18 am

    Howdy ! – like my Daddy said; ” It’s always good to visit with good folks ! ”

    I’m with Korwin in principle, but I’m having a problem finding ‘creed’ in the Constitution, or in established Federal law…

    I found the famous ‘American’s Creed’ that we all learned in school… ( At least we ‘old codgers’ did ) But while it makes a strong argument for standing for the flag at NFL games, I can’t see where it helps with the gun debate…

    I DO think that liberal ‘progressivism’ is a mental disease… They – honestly – make so little, logical sense as to be classified as chronically deranged… At least in my book…

    Our best defense is the ballot box, and the cartridge box ! ( I just made that up 😉 )

    Has anyone on the left, stopped to consider, that when all the AR’s are banned, the smuggling of AK’s will surpass all of the illegals that have EVER stepped, swum, climbed, or tunneled across our boarders, in a single year ???

    Who’ll be wantin’ to build a wall THEN ???

  • Vaughn Winslett September 21, 2018, 11:10 am

    Water the Tree Of Liberty.

  • JakeTP September 21, 2018, 11:05 am

    AND when the ignorant ask, “does that mean that people can own a tank or an RPG”, the answer is simple. The government of the United States should NEVER be in a position to force unconstitutional laws upon the citizens. This is why 2A exists.

  • mike September 21, 2018, 10:42 am

    To WHOM it MAY concern,

    (And YOU know who YOU are WHATEVER IST or ISM you label yourself with),

    First–You all make the mistake of thinking that The DON is OUR Last Hope. TOTALLY WRONG you FOOLS, WE sent him to do a specific job that YOU ALL are interfering with, He is YOUR LAST HOPE!!! Write that down and carry it on your person 24/7 so you can refer to it regularly because YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON YOU “GETTING IT”!!

    Second–IF the day EVER comes where you all are STUPID ENOUGH to THINK you can TAKE our guns at will you WILL find out that WE decided LONG AGO We will turn in ALL OF OUR AMMUNITION FIRST!!!

    It’s SOOOOO refreshing to watch you make moves on us that are more and more ANTI-AMERICAN because that just makes it more and more CERTAIN that ALL of you ACCIDENTLY-STEPPED-IN PILES OF DOGSHIT are about to be PERMANENTLY WIPED OFF THE SHOES OF HUMANITY!!! And COUNT ON THIS, IT WILL NOT STOP THIS TIME UNTIL THE JOB IS DONE!!!!!

  • robert September 21, 2018, 8:15 am

    You make a very, very good point here! And being that our Constitutional Rights were from the outset seen as God-given, i.e. not merely granted, I think the approach you advocate here is entirely appropriate. And frankly, I’m sick and tired of even otherwise well-meaning 2A advocates who blindly sing the praises of LEOs in blanket terms, while ignoring the fact that there are many of them who might be 2A advocates but would look the other way to enforce treasonous anti-2A laws by “just following orders.” Screw the orders. I would ask them: Do you uphold and defend the Constitution or do you not. If they do uphold it, then they have my respect; if not, then they deserve none of it. Period.

  • Robert dain September 21, 2018, 7:25 am

    Thank God Alan Korwin is vocal. Someone has to have common sense and an intelligent opinion. Thank you Alan.

  • Pat Bryan September 21, 2018, 7:21 am

    If you are a Constitutional Originalist, as Republicans say they want on the Court, and you are true to your beliefs, then your Right to keep and bear a muzzle-loading caplock shall not be infringed upon

    • William September 21, 2018, 9:01 am

      That is one of the dumbest remarks I’ve ever seen, I won’t even begin to explain why it’s so stupid because any explanation would obviously be beyond your lack of basic, common sense and above your comprehension.

    • Al September 21, 2018, 9:26 am

      Oh, so you’re THAT Pat Bryan!!!!
      Wow dude, are you REALLY going to show such colossal ignorance on this subject????
      The definition of “arms” Pat, is broad and at THAT time ALSO would have included swords, as a sword was considered a necessity and of high value to officers and mounted soldiers.
      For the day, it was VERY deadly.
      The point being Pat, that the 2nd Amendment was designed to NEVER give the Govt. an upper hand in that area of arms.
      But since that doesn’t suit your aims and goals, you’ve just ignored the wording in spirit and taken the simplistic avenue of definition and interpretation.
      Bet you wouldn’t do that with the first, nor the Fourth, now would you ?????
      But I believe you NEVER bothered to read the Federalist Papers nor the anti Federalist Papers, did you?
      Don’t play the Troll Pat, it’s beneath your dignity. If you have any.
      And now the question is Pat, are you really that ignorant, or just plain disingenuous?

    • Trevor Teague September 21, 2018, 9:34 am

      Are you ignorant, or just stupid? Have you even read the Constitution? Nowhere in the second amendment does it mention “muzzle loading” or “cap locks”. It says “arms”. Come on, short bus.. Nobody is buying the argument that it only applies arms of the era. Does your first amendment right only grant you the right to quill and ink? Educate yourself. In the age of information, ignorance is a choice.

      • William September 21, 2018, 10:10 am

        Don’t waste your time Trevor, that’s why I said I wouldn’t waste my time explaining facts to him. He drank the koolaid and got his talking points from the anti-gun leftest website, clearly can’t think for himself and won’t take the time to research facts for himself, he just believes what’s he spoon feed from MSM fake news. . You know the old saying, “If you can’t sway them with facts baffle them with BS.”

      • Zupglick September 21, 2018, 11:16 am

        Ignorance can be cured by education. Stupidity is genetic and can only be cured by Darwin.

    • Alan September 21, 2018, 12:20 pm

      hey fellas, he’s a Texas Demmy Troll, running for the 2nd district. click his name.

    • Michael Keim September 21, 2018, 1:48 pm

      Stick your head back up Hillary’s ass and be quiet.

    • Eric September 21, 2018, 10:14 pm

      So Pat Ryan is running for Congress as a progressive. Figures. We’ve got too many in Congress right now that not only don’t have a clue, but from their ideas they put forth, doubt they’ve ever even read the Bill of Rights. I mean why bother even reading the Constitution if your going to Washington to destroy the country from within with progressive ideas and give away programs. Along with socialized medicine and open borders. Just ask all the folks who left California to live in Texas how that progressiveness is working out for them out there. Oh wait…that’s why they left the state.

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