To Obama’s dismay, Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) introduced an amendment that would prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty in order to uphold the Second Amendment. His amendment passed on a 53-46 vote thwarting a potential UN gun grab.
Disregarding the Senate vote, Secretary of State John Kerry would act traitorously by signing the unconstitutional gun-grabbing UN Arms Trade Treaty on September 25, 2013.
Veteran journalist William Norman Grigg exposed the UN’s crusade against God and family with his 1995 blockbuster Freedom on the Altar. Now Grigg is back, this time with a powerful expose of the world body’s gun control agenda. In a swift-moving account, Grigg takes the reader to bloody Rwanda and to the Balkans, for an up-close look at UN-backed civilian disarmament in action. Then, with thought-provoking prose, he convincingly demonstrates that the UN and its supporters have the same agenda in store for America. That is, unless concerned citizens take action to get the U.S. out of the UN.
Aug. 29, 2005, was a day no American will ever forget. When Hurricane Katrina, one of the five-strongest storms ever to build in the Atlantic Basin, slammed into the city of New Orleans, her towering storm surge tested the limits of the flood walls and levees protecting one of America’s largest cities. The surge would find them lacking. As the city filled and drowned, it descended into mass hysteria and anarchy, and within hours became a place that would reveal to Americans whether their Constitution had any more value than the frayed, fragile, brown parchment on which it is written. As looters and thugs took over, the city’s leaders turned their crosshairs and iron sights toward the lawful, gun-toting citizens who sought nothing more than to defend themselves from the marauding hordes. In what proved to be the greatest real-life test of the Second Amendment in American history, America failed miserably. The Great New Orleans Gun Grab tells the story of New Orleans residents who legally defied mandatory evacuation orders to protect their property, and who were subsequently beaten, harassed and robbed of their guns by the very civil authority that was funded and charged to protect them.