Local 2A activists wanted

If you have time on Tuesday, the call has been put out and it won’t cost you a thing. From the Wicomico Society of Patriots:

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Unfortunately, I can’t make the event but I’m hoping that spreading the word will allow other pro-liberty forces to make their voices heard. The General Assembly is finding out they poked their nose into a hornet’s nest and they may be stung by this issue come Election Day next year.

The onus is on our side to stay strong, even in the face of propaganda aimed at breaking our spirit. More on that tomorrow.

One other thing I’d like to add. I find it interesting that local businesses are stepping up to join this fight. In this post┬álast month I related that Jamie Wink, the proprietor of Wink’s Gun Shop, sponsored a bus to Annapolis – quite natural considering it involves his line of work. But this time it’s another business stepping up and I’m not sure how Resort to Us Pool and Property Maintenance ties into the gun control issue – the support is appreciated, though.

If these two business owners read my site, I encourage them to contact me; perhaps we can work out an advertising deal as a thanks for their support of the pro-liberty cause. We all need to help each other out where we can.


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