The Fight of Your Life I’ll bet you’re sick of reading and hearing about gun control by now. To be honest, I'm with you, but maybe for different reasons. Some folks will admit that they are just annoyed by the constant rhetoric from the news media. Others will say that they care more about other issues like the economy. As for me, I am tired of the gun control debate for one reason: I don’t believe our right to bear arms should be up for debate at all! Forget the fact that our Constitution affirms the right of Americans to bear arms. Forget the fact that it’s a part of our nation’s heritage and tradition. Forget the fact that guns save countless, innocent lives every year (something you’ll never hear from the mainstream news media). The reason I believe that the entire debate is ludicrous to begin with is simple: Every person on earth has the natural born right to defend themself from harm. This is where I believe so many people get off topic. Many folks argue about our rights based on the wrong precedent. Don’t hear me wrong, I’m as thankful for the 2nd Amendment as the next guy, but what I’m talking about goes much deeper than a man-made amendment to the United States Constitution. I clearly remember the day that I was first struck with the truth that we are all born with the undeniable right to defend our loved ones and ourselves from harm. If you’re anything like me, you will agree that when you are gripped with a conviction that transcends a man-made law, it becomes all the dearer to you. It becomes a cause worth fighting for. In this week’s report, you will hear echoes of this same sentiment, as well as ideas for how you can make a difference in this war of ideals. We are not simply in a fight for a few petty rights; we are caught in a war of values and priorities. The question is not whether your voice can be heard in the fight. The question is whether or not you believe deeply enough in a human being’s right to defend themself enough to make your voice heard. If you are unwilling to forfeit your natural born rights, then I want to challenge you to join me in a cause worth fighting for. Now is the time to make your voice heard. Take care and stay safe. One last thing being and American is no longer a spectator sport we have got to get involved. Because wonce it is gone it is gone.