Armed citizens force officials to back down
February 7, 2013 By: Anthony Martin
Citizens are increasingly defiant of anti-gun moves on the part of government, demanding that elected officials respect their rights and buying firearms in record numbers.
A group of 160 citizens, many if not most of whom were armed, confronted government officials Tuesday who had attempted to have a wounded Army veteran kicked out of a meeting due to the fact that he carried a gun. The veteran has a state license for concealed carry, which means that he was carrying the gun to the meeting within the boundaries of the law.