03 March 2014 ~ 2 Comments

SOTG 052 Pt. 1 – Why Connecticut Matters to You

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SOTG 052 Pt. 1 - Why Connecticut Matters to You

SOTG 052 Pt. 1 – Why Connecticut Matters to You

Regardless of where you live in the United States, the current state of affair in Connecticut matters to you. This is a Liberty Test and we do not yet know whether the citizens of CT will pass or fail. Is “following orders” a valid excuse for violating the U.S. Constitution? Was Lt. Vance of CTSP goaded or did we get a glimpse at his soul?

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2 Responses to “SOTG 052 Pt. 1 – Why Connecticut Matters to You”

  1. MarkO 4 March 2014 at 10:14 pm Permalink

    Besides the Constitution, Lt. Vance had better read up on the history of the Nuremberg trials — those “National Socialists” in Germany were also following the “law” and “obeying orders” as well…

  2. Rick Miller 5 March 2014 at 10:11 am Permalink

    I was listening to your CT podcast and thought I’d send you a related web-site. If you go to cslib.org/constitutionalamends/constitution.htm, you’ll find CT’s right to bear arms stated in sec 15 of the CT constitution. Officer Vance seems to be ignoring the state constitution as well as the federal.
    I enjoy your podcasts,
    Thank you,
    Rick M


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