by Billy Roper
April 19th is the anniversary of the shot heard around the world, the Battle of Lexington, Massachusetts, in 1775. It happened when law enforcement tried to confiscate military grade weaponry from private citizens, and not only began the American Revolution, but was the reason for the addition of the second amendment to the U.S. Constitution, as well.
Since then, this date has been linked to the holocaust of the Branch Davidian compound and its occupants in Waco, Texas, and the retaliatory bombing of the Federal government building in Oklahoma City. The day after it, of course, is the birthday of a man who still inspires millions of his people.
What began two hundred and forty-three years ago echoes throughout history, down to today. Once again true patriots face a distant, hostile government which seeks to disarm us, but even worse, enact genocide against us. The abuses and…
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