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Cam Edwards, Gun Rights, CRPD

Tonight The Brenner Brief radio show will feature Cam Edwards of Cam and Company on nranews.com and  SiriusXM Patriot Channel. The discussion will focus on gun rights and Second Amendment issues with regard to the Obama Administration.

In addition, Sara will continue the discussion on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), its defeat in the Senate last week and the very likely possibility it will be brought up for another vote after the lame duck session ends.

From TheBrennerBrief.com:

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Who IS This Man?

From TheBrennerBrief.com:

“The people aren’t sure… just where they are going, but anywhere seems better than where they had been. In the homes on the streets, in the offices there is a feeling of hope reborn.”

And so begins the presidency of a man hailed as a hero, a savior to the United States. Under his guidance, banks were investigated by federal authorities to determine whether or not they were financially solvent. If it was determined they were sound, they could continue operating, with government support.

In the meantime, he went on a spending spree on the taxpayer’s dime. A strong believer in “social justice,” he believed it was the responsibility of the government to protect the poor from the “rich.” The way to achieve this was through government programs designed to create employment in public sector jobs and improve infrastructure by building bridges, sidewalks and roads; to raise wages for low income workers; borrowing unheard of amounts of money for these projects; demanding tax increases for the wealthiest individuals in country; and driving a wedge between the classes and races

Believing the Bill of Rights was incomplete,[...]

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