Updated 4/13/21
   The Sovereignty bills reinforce the constitution. Over the last 4 months many of us have realized that our country has gone off the rails. Once you realize you’ve gotten off track, see the error of your ways, you have to work to get back to what is right. No matter how far away or hard that goal may seem!
   We must constantly work to strengthen our nation and state’s constitutions.
   Thank you Senator Gary Stubblefield and Representative Brandt Smith for sponsoring SB298 (State Sovereignty) bill that passed the House Judiciary this morning.
   Thank you to Sherrif Chris Brown for standing up today and speaking for Senator Stubblefield’s SB298 bill today. It was encouraging to hear elected officials stand up for our constitution in a day and age that it seems to be the hardest thing to do. I greatly appreciate it and it was much needed for this Arkansas patriot.

Dallas Green
Executive Vice President of public Relations
Gun Owners of Arkansas


WANTED: 10,000 signatures from Gun Owners of Arkansas to submit to our federal delegation and state legislative bodies reaffirming our unconditional support for the 2nd Amendment and opposition to President Joe Biden's gun control efforts.


The most profoundly revolutionary achievement of the United States of America was the subordination of society to moral law. The principle of man’s individual rights represented the extension of morality into the social system — as a limitation on the power of the state, as man’s protection against the brute force of the collective, as the subordination of might to right. The United States was the first moral society in history. All previous systems had regarded man as a sacrificial means to the ends of others, and society as an end in itself. The United States regarded man as an end in himself, and society as a means to the peaceful, orderly, voluntary co-existence of individuals. All previous systems had held that man’s life belongs to society, that society can dispose of him in any way it pleases, and that any freedom he enjoys is his only by favor, by the permission of society, which may be revoked at any time. The United States held that man’s life is his by right (which means: by moral principle and by his nature), that a right is the property of an individual, that society as such has no rights, and that the only moral purpose of a government is the protection of individual rights.
The Virtue of Selfishness, 93

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The Natural Right to Self Defense

All men are created equally free and independent, and have certain inherent and inalienable rights; amongst which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty; of acquiring, possessing and protecting property, and reputation; and of pursuing their own happiness. To secure these rights governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.

Article 2, Section 2 – Arkansas State Constitution

“The strength of the Constitution lies entirely in the determination of each citizen to defend it. Only if every single citizen feels duty bound to do his share in this defense are the constitutional rights secure.”
― Albert Einstein