004 Concealed Wisconsin – Man on the Street at the the Open Carry Tea Party in Hudson, WI

by Andy on October 22, 2011

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Andy of the Concealed Wisconsin Podcast traveled down to beautiful Hudson, WI to listen to speakers, mingle with fellow 2nd Amendment supporters, and enjoy a couple of hours of openly carrying a firearm just because it is my constitutional right to do so.

In just 10 days, we will officially become the 49th State in the Union to allow Law Abiding Citizens to protect themselves, their families, and others with a concealed weapon.  Although this law isn’t perfect, it is said to be one of the better ones in the country.  We have a lot to be proud of in Wisconsin and a lot to protect.

As you listen to the interviews, you’ll hear some talk about guns, others the constitution, and others politics.  In reality, they all go together pretty naturally.  November 2012 is approaching quickly and now more than ever we have to be working hard to protect our rights and those who have fought so hard to pass them for us.

We’re working hard on new content, now that the law is close to becoming active.  We’ll be following the DOJ’s releases of information and passing the important stuff on to you.

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