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Rising "Constitutional Carry" Is a Sign of Failing Trust in Government

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08/16/2022Ryan McMaken
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Michael Stack

In the past, many Americans may have simply trusted to the regime to provide "law and order." But that sentiment is apparently becoming more and more rare. 

Original Article: "Rising "Constitutional Carry" Is a Sign of Failing Trust in Government"

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Original Article: 
Rising "Constitutional Carry" Is a Sign of Failing Trust in Government