Bad laws are created when they are not consistent with Natural Law
Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) June 07, 2013
Colorado Sheriffs will be the featured speakers at two major Second Amendment Rallies to be held in Colorado Springs on June 12th, 2013 and Woodland Park on June 13th, 2013.
El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa who has been one of the leading spokespersons for the County Sheriffs of Colorado will be speaking at 7 PM on Wednesday June 12 at the Stargazers Theatre in Colorado Springs. The next evening, Thursday, June 12 Teller County Sheriff Mike Ensminger will take to the stage at the Ute Pass Cultural Center in Woodland Park, also at 7 PM.
Both Sheriffs will be updating the public on the reasons for their opposition to recent gun control laws passed by the State legislature. 55 of Colorado’s 62 County Sheriffs now stand united in opposition to these laws. They share the belief that these laws are politically motivated, will have no effect on reducing crime, are unenforceable and will infringe on the lawful exercise of the right to keep and bear arms. They believe that their oaths of office require them to stand up against these Constitutional violations.
Both men will be joined by Mike Holler, author of The Constitution Made Easy, and Chairman of Citizens For A Safer Colorado, a group that is sponsoring an amendment to the Colorado Constitution that will repeal the recent spate of gun control laws and refer all similar laws in the future to a vote of the people.
Filmmaker Curtis Bowers, will preview his award winning documentary, Agenda, Grinding America Down, and share his findings on what is behind the attacks on the 2nd Amendment and the Constitution. The documentary won “Best of Festival” at the 2010 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival (SAICFF).
Ms. Julie Naye and Keith McKim will lead in the singing of the Star Spangled Banner and God Bless America.
Defend Liberty, LLC and other groups are Co-Sponsoring the events to inform the public.
Defend Liberty President Joe G. Rodriguez said, "I believes bad laws are created when they are not consistent with Natural Law. You can pass a law saying there is 'no gravity' but you will still be hurt if you fall off a 10-story building. Our country's founding fathers knew good laws are consistent with Natural Law. Everyone has the right to defend themselves."
The public is invited and there is no admission charge.
Reference Cook et al v. Hickenlooper, Case Number 1:2013cv01300 filed on May 17th, 2013 in Colorado District Court in Denver, CO.