>RTC Round 3: Very Interesting Timing


(illustration from Oleg Volk)

From RTC:

“If the EPA approves the petition, the result will be a total ban on all ammunition containing lead-core components, including hunting and target-shooting rounds. The EPA must decide to accept or reject this petition by November 1, 2010, the day before the midterm elections.

Today, the EPA has opened to public comment the CBD petition. The comment period ends on October 31, 2010.”

Remember, we have some RTC rallies scheduled for October 30th. Will you be getting out for round 3?

Restore the Constitution Open Carry Rallies (round 3)

What: 3rd round of Restore the Constitution open carry rallies

When: October 30th, the Saturday before the elections

Where: Your hometown, in the most visible firearms carry legal location possible (In my case that will be Little Five Points, Atlanta)

Who: You and anyone else ready to get started on some “Second Amendment remedies”


1) To practice gathering together while armed

2) To show friends, foes, and neutrals alike what can be done and to what extent Second Amendment rights can be used and to know where they stand

3) To bring attention to the fact that the Constitution is being violated in multiple ways.

It’s one thing to debate online; it’s quite another to speak to the public or the media while carrying a weapon.

5 responses to “>RTC Round 3: Very Interesting Timing

  1. >A good location for the next rally would be the EPA campus in the Research Triangle Park, near Raleigh, North Carolina.An aerial photo on the EPA web site is here.It should be reconnoitered in any case.

  2. >3) To bring attention to the fact that the Constitution is being violated in multiple ways. How does one "Restore" a Constitution that has been and continues to be repeatedly violated? In a nation who lost her "Republic" long ago….not the least of which are the likes of a multitude administrative agencies (EPA, IRS, ATF, etc.) overstepping their bounds."any act of congress repugnant to the constitution is null and void on its face."Marbury -v- MadisonKPN3%

  3. >KPN:Hold your thoughts for a little bit, if I may ask you to so. I have a piece later this weekend that will look at this issue.The fact is that those of us alive today are nearly 100 years late to the party that got started with the progressives in the early part of the 20th century. Given that we can't go and hang all the bas#$@ds that needed it back then, the question remains:What is to be done – today, with the tools available to us? You are not alone.

  4. >EPA Rejects Calls to Ban Lead in Ammo, Fishing Tacklehttp://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/08/27/epa-rejects-calls-ban-lead-ammo-fishing-tackle/?test=latestnews