NRA News Commentators Episode 77: “Government Intrusion” With Chris Cheng

NRA News Commentators Episode 77: "Government Intrusion" With Chris Cheng
Episode 77: “Government Intrusion” With Chris Cheng
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Fairfax, VA --(Ammoland.com)- Chris Cheng explains how sacrificing our privacy to government databases can be exploited and use for discrimination.

Tune in to www.NRANews.com/Commentators for more episodes.

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  • 2 thoughts on “NRA News Commentators Episode 77: “Government Intrusion” With Chris Cheng

    1. Good job NRA & Chris Cheng. Now if they’ll only take the next step & realize that we not only need to keep info out of the govt’s hands but weapons too. The reason for arming the people is to disarm the govt.

    2. I have been thinking along much the same lines. People of arms, like people of color, are subject to bigotry. Society has yet to come to terms with this and recognize it for what it is.

      Also, I think the term “people of arms” is appropriate because it does represent a genuine ethnic identity.

      “People of arms – those who are aware of their responsibility and recognize their duty – have a culture, and a cultural identity as indelible and undeniable as race, creed, or color. They cannot be separated from their firearms because they cannot be separated from their enlightened sense of responsibility. You cannot ban a responsibility, and enlightenment cannot be undone.”

      http://peopleofarms.org/

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