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ATF vs the Constitution 

The Battle Begins: ATF vs the Constitution
Tenth Amendment Center

U.S. Department of Justice
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms and Explosives
Assistant Director

The purpose of this letter is to provide guidance on your obligations as a Federal firearms licensee (”FFL”). The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (”ATF”) is dedicated to your success in meeting your requirements as a Federal firearms licensee. The following guidance is intended to assist you in accomplishing this goal.

The passage of the Tennessee Firearms Freedom Act, H.B. 1796, 106th Leg. (Tenn. 2009) 1796 (”Act”), effective June 19, 2009, has generated questions from industry members as to how this State law may affect them while engaged in a firearms business activity. The Act purports to exempt personal firearms, firearms accessories, and ammunition manufactured in the State, and which remain in the State, from most Federal firearms laws and regulations. However, because the Act conflicts with Federal firearms laws and regulations, Federal law supersedes the Act, and all provisions of the Gun Control Act and the National Firearms Act, and their corresponding regulations, continue to apply.  …


One part of the big issue. Re-Title this “Obama vs the Constitution” altho, to be certain, this sort of movement to render the Federal Government as supreme over any rights of the people has been going on from the beginning. Obama is merely the designated hitter holding the biggest bat ever seen.

Expect that this, or some other similar acts of resistance, will trigger martial law. Don’t believe for one moment that Obama will refrain from that order.

That is why the right to bear arms is crucial today. Assert that right whether or not the Ruler claims it doesn’t exist. The Bolsheviks are here

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