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  • William G Kistler
    commented 2018-09-24 18:22:30 -0500
    Just wanted to let you know that my mailing address has changed, I will put my new address below.
  • Ac
    commented 2018-09-05 15:51:19 -0500

    I find myself often wondering just how aggressively gun rights advocates really fight for the Right to keep and bear arms as this Right is espoused in our Constitution. I wonder this because I just really do not understand how we got to this point of having such a watered down version of our Second Amendment. You see a long time ago I received the advice to “Never argue the amount”. For example, if you were to receive a billing statement for say $10,000 from an entity that you did not recognize as having or owing any liability to, would you call them to argue over the amount? Well if you did then this would be taken as an admission that you do in fact owe some amount and then the other party would simply begin to negotiate with you to find out just how much he could extract from you. The correct thing to do would be to instead disavow any and all liability and to reject in full the entire presentment. But it seems to me that this is exactly what has been happening in our defense of our gun Rights. We get served with an offer (as in a legislative attack) on our Right to keep and bear arms and we get suckered into “arguing over the amount” and then negotiating to settle on some sort of compromise and then we are told that we must accept this change… when in fact it is very clear within our founding documents (if we just bother to look) that any and all authority on the part of government to regulate firearms is totally and completely lacking. The so called Supremacy Clause in Article 6 if read correctly is a “conditional statement”. In order for the laws of the United States to fall under that umbrella of being the “Supreme Law of the Land” they must be made in “pursuance thereof” meaning in harmony with and not in conflict with the Constitution. The other one is the so called Commerce Clause which government relies on to claim their right to regulate guns is also being misinterpreted and misapplied… especially in the case with respect to “intrastate commerce” in which the federal government has no jurisdiction what so ever. In addition, contract law makes clear that amendments not only change and alter the provisions of the original document; but also that the provisions contained within the amendment supersede any conflicting provisions contained within the original document and that any ambiguity falls to the favor of the amendment. Since there has never been any change, alternation or modification to the Second Amendment, the Second Amendment stands as originally written and remains the supreme law of the land. Remember that after the 18th Amendment gave us Prohibition, this remained the supreme law of the land up to and until the passage of the 21st Amendment. There was no executive order nor any act of Congress that could have undone and repealed Prohibition… only a constitutional amendment as required by the Constitution could serve to bring an end to Prohibition or to even in any way, shape or form, modify the provisions enacted under the 18th Amendment. The rule of law in this country is very clear and holds that there is a recognized and accepted hierarchy of law in which the US Constitution is supreme. And a number of US Supreme Court decisions affirm that “Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution is null and void of law.” – Marbury v. Madison and that “An unconstitutional act is not law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; affords no protection; it creates no office; it is in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never been passed.” – Norton v. Shelby County.

    In summary, there has never been any need to “negotiate” our constitutionally protected Right to keep and bear arms because absent an amendment to the Constitution which alters or changes the provisions of the Second Amendment, the Right of the people to keep and bear arms remains and continues to be the Supreme Law of the Land.

    I have an essay on this subject which expands upon this argument and would be happy to send it to you for your review and comment… If you dare to dive into it.

    Best regards,


    “All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” – Arthur Schopenhauer
  • Mary Brown
    commented 2018-08-06 15:08:02 -0500
    With the 9th circuit affirming that the 2a is a right to open carry a handgun for self defense I decided to ask the Attorney General for her take. Of course she delegated to a flunky but her response is here

    mealy mouthed beat around the bush, ignores the cost of a class etc. Feel free to publish this, the second page just listed my reps and had David Voight’s signature. I removed my address information! If this is the stance she is taking on a constitutional right then for sure she is NOT who we want for governor!
  • Jeff Marier
    commented 2018-07-31 08:10:22 -0500
    Will you be making any endorsements for the upcoming primarys?
  • William G Kistler
    commented 2018-07-19 19:54:34 -0500
    I became a life member with your organization earlier this year, I moved shortly after initiating the Life membership. I will send my new address below for your information. As of today I have not received a membership packet.
  • Stephen Nix
    commented 2018-07-14 10:44:55 -0500
    I joined a few weeks ago. Will i be receiving anything in the mail ? am i a member yet?

    Steve Nix

    Maple Grove

  • Charlie Urbia
    commented 2018-06-15 07:47:22 -0500
  • Charlie Urbia
    commented 2018-06-15 07:46:46 -0500
  • Tom Jestus Sr
    commented 2018-06-04 09:18:59 -0500
    At the End of Legislative meetup, you mentioned someone who had given an excellent response to the IGH Police Chief endorsement on the Bloomberg TV ad. Where could I find that critique?

    Thanks for all you are doing to Secure the Blessings of Liberty for my great grandchildren.

  • Jeff Marier
    followed this page 2018-05-25 09:49:52 -0500
  • Brad Winter
    commented 2018-05-11 10:36:22 -0500
    I upgraded my membership to Ring of freedom level and just wanted to make sure it went through as a membership and not as a donation. I have not received any acknowledgement that it was recived by Minnesota Gun owners caucus. If you could let me know that it was received as a membership that would be appreciated. Have a great weekend aND keep up the fight for our 2nd Amendment rights, we Minnesotans are depending on you. I did attend the rally on April 28th. You guys did a great job putting it together and I look forward to attending more rallys in the future.
  • Spud Kai
    followed this page 2018-04-27 11:39:39 -0500
  • Andrew Dahl
    commented 2018-04-27 08:04:03 -0500
    Where are we supposed to park at tomorrow’s event with over 2600+ people showing up? Thanks.
  • Bernard Schmidt
    commented 2018-04-12 16:21:47 -0500
    Anyone have any idea if there is Cycle parking available at the Capital during the rally? I have retired friends who would love to come on motorcycles, but are nervous about leaving the bikes where someone can mess with them?
  • Michael Gillen
    commented 2018-04-01 16:35:37 -0500
    When you folks are being interviewed by the media, has the fact that most school shooters have been bullied by somebody in the schools they shoot up. Instead of those students protesting for more gun control, how about looking at them selves for not helping the kids that are bullied. Has this question been asked? Maybe if there were fewer students that felt left out of activities & more friendship there would be no shooters!
  • David Moerke
    commented 2018-03-08 11:54:01 -0600

    No Person Carries a firearm, Biggest Shooter Deterrent, Minimum One Time Cost

    (This Solution has been sent to numerous people and Organizations including Homeland Security)
    1. Protect students, teachers and personnel with firearms in safe lock boxes available
    throughout the school in strategic locations.
    2. Certified personnel have access to firearms throughout the school at all times.
    3. Certified personnel never personally store, handle or carry a firearm but have access at any time of threatening emergency.
    4. No one, teacher or personnel would have access to firearms unless certified. Certification would include financial bonus.

    School safety lock boxes are indestructible (wall safe construction and installation that’s no bigger than a shoe-box) which holds the firearm and can only be accessed by a certified person.

    Foolproof type access would be required, like thumb print access only by the certified personnel which can access any lock box in the school.

    These lock boxes are permanently installed strategically in these areas including: maintenance, administration, classroom, hallway, lunchroom, library, gym, auditorium, etc.

    Number of lock boxes (firearms) depends on the size of the school and recommendations from police and security departments.

    Lock boxes would be protected by alarms, camera and direct connection to police department.

    Access by certified personnel would also notify police of an emergency.

    A one time cost for the lock boxes, firearms, and permanent installation is required.

    Once the initial investment is made there will be no other expense other than maybe certification bonuses as long as the school is in existence.



    2. A person never has to carry a firearm

    3. Firearms are nearby if needed in a threatening emergency

    4. Everyone would feel more secure

    5. One time expenditure for school defense protection

    6. Unauthorized personnel could never access a lock box and the firearm

    7. Indestructible lock box and installation along with cameras and alarms to deter any attempt to access the firearm by unauthorized person. Any attempt of unauthorized person to tamper with the lock box would result in serious criminal charges

    8. Schools have fire alarms and fire extinguishers throughout the school to protect against fire. Why not use the same reasoning to protect against a deadly threat to the school
  • Deb Hughes
    commented 2018-03-03 12:12:03 -0600
    I would like to become a member. Can I mail a check in?
  • Michael Lozinski
    commented 2018-03-01 12:59:21 -0600
    membership without paypal ?
  • Robert Miller
    commented 2018-02-26 20:57:56 -0600
    We need to all need to come together to fight and get people like Linda Slocum out of our legislature. You guys have 1000% of my support.
  • C Long
    followed this page 2017-11-01 20:03:45 -0500
  • Robert Miller
    commented 2017-10-12 12:47:20 -0500
    Hi My name is Robert I live in Alexandria and am thinking about getting a life membership and was wondering if I can do a payment plan and if so how it works.

    I am also a life NRA member and annual GOA MEMBER. THANKS.
  • Jeffery Bryan
    commented 2017-03-07 09:15:09 -0600
    1. I am a member; how do I get a t- shirt?

    2. Would you push legislation to legalize automatic knives in MN?
  • Terry Hartin
    commented 2017-01-19 15:02:26 -0600
    Organization materiel I can provide to students & customers

    We spoke at your last meeting about my having something in my shop to promote membership in Mn. Gun Owners Caucus
  • C Long
    commented 2017-01-04 11:45:10 -0600
    I joined as a member back in June 2016. Other than an email receipt for payment, I have not once received any response or indication acknowledging membership. Do you do mailings? Is there a membership card? I wouldn’t know- it’s been 7 months!

    I suggest you refund my $40 or contact me as soon as possible. I’ve tried calling but there’s never an answer (yes I’ve left a voicemail with phone number)- at least the IRS answers their phone. If you run your organization like democrats, then I want out (I realize Mn Gun Owners is “bipartisan” but let’s be real- it’s now a partisan issue).

    Waited 7 months to hear from you. Please call or email me.
  • Tim Momsen
    commented 2016-11-04 09:44:23 -0500
    I have a question. How in the world do you give Rod Skoe an A rating when he joined Ron Latz and Sandra Pappas to against constitutional conceal and carry?
  • David Wohlfeil
    commented 2016-10-10 15:58:31 -0500
    Do you have a list of officials currently running for election or reelection that are pro gun? I do not follow all the various people running for office that closely so a list of like minded people running for office would be handy for people like myself. I would rather vote in some pro-gun guy or gal that I have little knowledge about than vote in any anti-gunners. We seem to have too many anti-gunners here in MN and could do without anymore.

    If you have a list you can send to me or publish on your site that would be cool just send it to me or let me know when you publish it.

  • Matt Bliss
    commented 2016-06-02 15:21:23 -0500
    I am the Republican Endorsed candidate in House District 5A, I am very interested in earning your endorsement. I do not remember getting a survery, will one be coming soon? I am a member of the NRA, MDHA, Ruffed Grouse Society, Pheasants Forever & DU. I am also a US Navy Veteran
  • John Stropp
    commented 2016-03-10 11:07:48 -0600

    Keep up the good work! However I have noticed all of your efforts are reactive. In other words, the gun control people do something and you react to it. Why don’t you try to do something proactive? Maybe get a patriotic representative to start a bill that makes it illegal for them to start any bill that requires gun registration. Or make it illegal to start any bill that violates the Second Amendment of the US Constitution. Or make it illegal to start a bill that violates any part of the US Constitution including the Bill of Rights. Everybody should respect the US Constitution – get it into law. If you were successful it could turn into a model for Federal legislation. Or hopefully you can think up other good ways to be proactive and stop these constant attacks on our rights.


    John Stropp
  • Todd Lund
    commented 2016-02-01 09:00:29 -0600
    I went to the webpage described in your letter to find “benefits” benefits and it said the page was not available.

    I went to and there is no benefits tab there either.
  • Paul Swiger
    commented 2016-01-25 11:02:24 -0600
    A legal question, sort of. In regards to “BANS GUNS ON THESE PREMISES” maybe run it by the lawyers. It seems to me that Restricting ones ability to defend themselves is not only unconstitutional, but also is a danger to a persons safety, and creates an unsafe and dangerous work place. Creating a liability for death or injury to persons because of there GUN BAN policy.

    You know GUN SAFETY ???? The SAFETY created when one is armed with a gun.