Thanks to the Internet, Facebook, informed citizens, and sheriffs with understanding and backbone, enforcement of unconstitutional gun laws will be increasingly difficult to accomplish.

In a move that critics have called bizarre, deranged, arrogant, and more, the White House released a photograph last week of Obama depicted as a monarch — complete with a crown and a hellish-looking throne. It was apparently supposed to be some sort of attempt at humor based on a sex- and murder-packed HBO show called Game of Thrones. However, other than members of the establishment press, few Americans seem to have thought the photo of King Obama was funny. The picture was especially troubling to critics considering Obama’s increasing reliance on unconstitutional “executive actions” to advance his anti-constitutional agenda.

The Missouri state legislature has voted to send a proposed amendment protecting gun rights to the ballot.

The state legislature of Vermont has approved a call for a constitutional convention. Mark Levin has been noticeably silent on this “success.”

Delegates to the Wisconsin state Republican Party annual convention rejected a proposal to support the power to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government.

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