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  1. In Indiana, the Sheriff is the authority in each county. Since they are an elected official, and they can only be removed by a drawn out impeachment process by a governor and would go through the state legislature. The governor would have to get a 2/3 majority vote from the state legislature in Indiana. Have fun with that, lol. We IMO, as a militia, are under the control of your local sheriff. Ergo, sheriff can declare sanctuary county, and say phhffft to Governor and any court. The constitution can anly be changed via a Constitutional Convention! The Supreme Court would just be farting in the wind if they thought they could decide the second amendment with a 'decision'. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwis_ZTZ94PrAhUzB50JHc_YBrwQFjAAegQIAxAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxnews.com%2Fus%2Fvirginia-sheriff-deputize-democrats-gun-control&usg=AOvVaw3ZSL1zWwFx-XN7cHR73ZOW
  2. "What we call "Militia"--most of our units, I would say--would flip their lid if they understood the implications of this. Most of us see ourselves as the final bulwark for the citizens AGAINST encroaching government, without realizing that we're actually part and parcel to it." IMO, very well said, ROFCB Commander. I am very new here, and am honored to be here among like minded people! Having said that, here is my newbie take on a "Militia" as described in the US Constitution: One of my ancestors, John Applegate, a farmer, was described in a 1691 Pennsylvania Colony tax document of the time as being a part of a militia. He was excused from paying the particular tax due to this militia. At the time, the Pennsylvania Colony had a common domestic enemy, the native Indians, and the locals formed militias do defend each other. These militias were under the control of the local SHERIFF and ultimately, up the ranks to the King of England. IMO, the framers of the Constitution, being mostly British, ultimately fashioned their idea of a militia off of the same format of the British Government, but substituted the President for a King. In this way, we certainly are all here under the authority of our supreme leader down to the local Sheriff. And thank God for the wisdom of our forefathers to require every Sheriff to swear alliegence to the US Constitution FIRST over all other forms of Government. They are local, and guard the true power of the constitution. Just look at the actions of the Sheriffs in Virginia to see the true intent of a Sheriff and their alliegence to the US Constitution. They will call us up when the hour of need comes, just as they did before we were a Republic, just as these Sheriffs below are doing now https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwis_ZTZ94PrAhUzB50JHc_YBrwQFjAAegQIAxAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxnews.com%2Fus%2Fvirginia-sheriff-deputize-democrats-gun-control&usg=AOvVaw3ZSL1zWwFx-XN7cHR73ZOW I support the ones who hold the US Constitution as the SUPREME law of the land: They are your local Sheriff and your local Militia.
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  4. I’m just south of Mulberry, almost exactly between Lafayette and Frankfort.

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      Yep, Mulberry is a good town, knew some folks there, Type in Cairo Skywatch on Google maps, that's real near me.

  5. Checking in for first time ,woo hoo! I'm in West Lafayette. I'm a pilot ( In the manner of Randy Quaid from the movie Independence Day when he said "i'm a pilot".)
  6. Those who turn their guns into plows will be working for those who have the guns
  7. Hello, i'm a concerned citizen in West Lafayette Indiana looking to join other citizens who share common constitutional rights. I am looking into joining a militia. I am in the process of starting a local neighborhood watch association with others in my immediate 2 mile radius. i am reaching out to legitimate organizations in Tippecanoe, White, Benton, and Carroll counties in Indiana. Have a great day, John
  8. Looking for info on local militias, don't know where to begin, reply please.
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