2015, May

Why to be a Lone Wolf

The Lone Wolf comes from a meaning of being alone and not any part of a group. If you are the type of person who generally likes to work out a problem on your own or even work on a project then you can call yourself a Lone Wolf. Occasionally a young wolf will chose to leave the pack and set out on its own. As a result, this Lone Wolf usually grows to be a stronger mammal. The Lone Wolf acquires superior cunning imagination and skills. The Lone Wolf is often branded as the “rebel” who refuses to listen to foolishness and will use their own mind to decide if something is a certain way. The Lone Wolf also likes to experience the exciting way of life and take it all in and educate themselves. Someone who lives there life as a Lone Wolf generally works as a superior who makes important decisions without others influence. The Lone Wolf is also a metaphor for awareness and the detached mind. The Lone Wolf does not want others to slow them down for any reason.

The Second Amendment

When the Constitution was signed on September 17, 1789, federalists claimed the new government would only have limited powers expressly delegated to it. The Founding Fathers, having just broken away from Great Britain, understood the new federal government they were ratifying might one day become just as tyrannical. If it had the authority to control citizen access to firearms, then it could disarm them, just as the British attempted to do. This would make any attempts to restore liberties futile.