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Eau Claire County officials recently placed a placard on the home of a Fairchild Amish family.
The placard is a court order to remove the family from their home for violating Eau Claire County building codes. The Amish family says the building codes go against their beliefs.
Eau Claire County Sheriff Ron Cramer is an honorable man, but in this situation, he has forgotten that he has sworn to uphold the Constitution. He is one of the most powerful people in Eau Claire County, and he needs to take a closer look at this situation because the Amish family is very clearly having their religious rights violated.
Have you read about what is going on in Indiana these days? Here's a snippet from an article I just read:
Belief in equality is now so embedded in the tech workplace that "religious objection" laws, such as the one recently signed by Indiana's governor, are viewed with shock and outrage and seen as throwbacks to earlier, less-tolerant eras in the nation's history. Critics say these laws, such as the one in Indiana, allow a business owner to deny service to someone and cite religious grounds.
Read the whole story here
We must remain vigilant or we will lose more of our Second Amendment freedom. Thomas Jefferson was 100% correct when he stated that 'eternal vigilance is the price we pay for liberty.' As long as humans walk the Earth there will always be someone who wants to exert control and power over us. It is just part of our nature as sinful creatures. Here's an example:
Marxist Democrats say they must ban M855 ammunition in order to save the lives of police.
"But the out of touch gun industry lobby is fighting tooth and nail to keep cop-killing ammunition on the streets." - Congressman Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.)