AxXiom For Liberty Live! Friday Dec. 28th 6-8 PM

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Dec. 28, 2012

Tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live!  6-8 PM Central

Howard and I have a jam packed, pro-liberty line up for you tonight!

Larry Pratt, Okla.. Sen. Patrick Anderson and Joe Wolverton, II!

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Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America.

Larry Pratt has been Executive Director of Gun Owners of America for over 30 years.  The GOA is a national membership organization of 300,000 Americans dedicated to promoting their Second Amendment freedom to keep and bear arms. Congressman Ron Paul describes Gun Owners of America as “The only no-compromise gun lobby in Washington.” 

Website http://gunowners.org/

Larry Pratt is a frequent guest on many national radio and TV programs.  Following the Sandy Hook school tragedy, he made an appearance on CNN with Piers Morgan who took the opportunity to try and demean Mr. Pratt’s views but ended up sparking outrage instead.  Tonight we will talk with Mr. Pratt about the incident and more importantly, what Second Amendment advocates should do to protect their rights in the wake of gun control hysteria and potential legislation intended to curtail our Second Amendment rights.

OK. Sen. Patrick Anderson

Next up, we are very pleased to be speaking with Oklahoma Sen. Patrick Anderson, Republican Senator from OK District 19 since 2004.  Sen Anderson will be telling us about his bill, SB23, designed to protect Oklahomans from property-rights busting policy based on UN Agenda 21 Sustainable Development.

Sen. Patrick Anderson, R-Enid, said his Senate Bill 23 is based on a bill that was passed by Alabama lawmakers last year and is aimed in part at cutting off state support for the groups pushing limits on property owner rights.

As a farmer, Anderson said he is concerned about the federal government – pushed by the U.N.’s agenda of sustainability – forcing rules on a wide variety of things, including the creation of dust and how land can be used.

“There’s a place for all that, but we also need to make sure we’re not infringing on the property owners’ rights to use their own land,” Anderson said.

The first and best steward of how land should be used is the private owner, he said.

Oklahoma senator’s bill targets controversial U.N. Agenda 21 plan

Joe Wolverton, II

And we are also pleased and honored to have Joe Wolverton, II to give us the heads up on legislation and policies that will effect some of our most cherished legal and natural rights.

Since 2004, Joe Wolverton, II has been a featured contributor to The New American magazine.  He was a practicing constitutional law attorney until 2009 and his articles on the Constitution, states’ rights, the NDAA, drones and surveillance have appeared in national and international publications, including lewrockell.com the Tenth Amendment Center, Infowars, and Business Insider among others.  Joe Wolverton II is a national speaker on constitutional issues and is a professor of American Government.

This ought to be a great show!

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