Parental Rights Amendment to Protect Gun Owners' Rights 

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: The Impact on Private Gun-Ownership in America

by Jim Bentley Tuesday, May 12, 2009
UN Child Rights Treaty Threatens Gun Owners' Rights today released The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: The Impact on Private Gun-Ownership in America, a carefully-considered legal analysis of the impact this United Nations treaty will have on Americans’ Second Amendment Rights. The National Rifle Association agrees with the analysis and logic of the article, and encouraged the dissemination of its content. In it, author Michael Farris, J.D., establishes that ratification of the UNCRC poses a significant threat to the right of the American people to keep and bear arms:

-- The U.N. believes all children have a right to grow up in a community without guns.
-- The U.N. holds that the UNCRC is applicable to this issue.
-- They also hold that the idea that guns are beneficial is itself harmful to children.
-- The UN believes guns should never be accessible to children.

Read the full article here. Included in the article are links to cited U.N. sources. Also, be sure to pass this on to any friends and family members who value their Second Amendment rights.

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