This article was published by The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor on Friday, January 6, 2017:
Perhaps Rep. Richard Hudson (R-N.C.) can be forgiven. After all this is just the start of his second term representing North Carolina’s Eighth Congressional District. And only a few of his votes pertained directly to the Constitution. So perhaps his voting record, as measured by the John Birch Society’s Freedom Index, isn’t really representative of his understanding of the precious document he has now sworn twice to uphold and defend.
His score of just 66 out of 100 would require remedial after-school homework in most schools in the country.
What is unconscionable is the support others who should know better are giving his bill to give the federal government the power to enforce concealed carry reciprocity across the sovereign states.
In Hudson’s statement, it all sounded very nice: