Oregonians Ceded Their 2nd Amendment to the State


The Oregon Secretary of State is passed Measure 114, one of the strictest gun control measures in the United States. Over 50% of voters in Oregon are willing to give up their Second Amendment. They ceded it to the State.

The measure will require Oregonians to obtain a permit to buy a gun after completing a firearms safety course and would ban the sale or transfer of magazines that hold more than ten rounds of ammunition.

It also will close the imaginary Charleston loophole by requiring state police to complete full background checks on buyers with permits before any gun sale or transfer. Under federal law, firearms dealers can sell guns without a completed background check if the check takes longer than three business days.

Oregon already has a universal background check law and system in place. The voters are uninformed and misinformed. They ceded their rights away.

It’s the goal of a grassroots faith-based campaign.

The law is unconstitutional. It’s a “gang-rape” of the Constitution. We do not need a “hall pass” to exercise our Second Amendment rights in the United States. It requires the state’s permission to buy a gun. It will be struck down. They ceded a constitutional right they have no right to cede.

Lawsuits will be filed within a few weeks. So far, Oregon has one donor to fight it, the NRA. They were just fined $8,000 for reporting the donation late.


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1 year ago

Seven years ago – this. IF 114 is unconstitutional, then this 2015 Ordinance prevents the county from enforcing it. Period.
November 11, 2015

Oregon County Voters Pass Ordinance Preventing Enforcement of “Unconstitutional” Laws 0http://politistick.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/ZGun-260×146.jpgThe town of Roseburg, Oregon, a coastal community about an hour-and-a-half away has made it clear that they will not bow to political pressures and anti-Second Amendment hysteria.
Coos County, Oregon, residents overwhelmingly passed the Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance with more than 60 percent voting in favor of the law. The ordinance prohibits the use of public funds for enforcing unconstitutional laws. The purpose of the ordinance was intended to send a message to lawmakers that rammed-through a universal background check provision that was passed without public scrutiny or public debate. The law makes it illegal to transfer a firearm privately without first obtaining a background check.
The County ordinance not only prohibits public employees from enforcing unconstitutional laws, but promises that public employees caught violating the ordinance could face up to a $2,000 fine.
Rob Taylor, a sponsor of the legislation, helped collect the necessary 2,000 signatures to place the ordinance on the ballot and Taylor claims that many residents were “thrilled” about the prospective legislation.
The law is almost-certain to encounter legal challenges. Taylor claims that that was exactly the point. By placing this issue onto the ballot, any legal challenges will be a government-versus-government affair that will relieve common individual citizens of the burden of fronting the costs of a costly legal challenge.

1 year ago

Hopefully this will go to the Supreme Court and be struck down.