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  • Open Carry and speaking at Ashland Oregon City Council meeting

    11,959 views 4 years ago
    DATE: 2014-01-21
    LOCATION: Ashland Oregon City Council Meeting

    I speak against an ordinance that is being pushed upon the city by anti gun activists who are likely backed by part of the millions of Bloomberg dollars being poured into Oregon. This meeting was not addressing the ordinance (which has yet to be officially looked at by the Council but will be soon). For that reason, I was able to address the Council for a full five minutes (when the ordinance is before them it will be three minutes) and explain some of their limitations under state preemption and the Constitution as well as the unintended consequence of making their city the "destination of choice" for all Southern Oregon firearms activists.

    My name and address have been redacted at the beginning.

    At the end I made a mistake and said "southern California". I cut that out because I know most people won't read this far down. LOL Yeah, I messed up and I fessed up but I'm not going to advertise it to EVERYONE. Just those of you who read this far. SMILE

    COPYRIGHT INFORMATION:
    My copyright notice is ONLY for my editing work to clip, sync, etc. the video and audio to create THIS presentation of the material.
    This video (including editing of camera angles) was shot by Rogue Valley Television (RVTV), a partnership of public entities in Southern Oregon. Show less
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    • Air Power and Boots on the ground - Duration: 2 minutes, 41 seconds.

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      US Government produced (i.e. public domain) gun camera video of a combat operation involving troops on the ground and air power.
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