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June 14, 2013

Maria asks…

What is the law in North Carolina for carrying a handgun in a Vechile?

I’m 20 years old ,and only 7 months away from being 21, and I plan on getting a concealed weapons permit when I do turn 21. BUT untill I get a concealed weapons permit I have some questions. Can my handgun be within reach of the driver (me) Can it be loaded? And of course i understand it has to be visible!

I Have Not Found Any Law So Far That Has Sayed It Has To Be Unloaded. The Only Laws I Have Found Were That You Had To Be 18 To Carry A Handgun. And That It Has To Be In Plain View At All Times, Unless You Have A Concealed Weapons Permit Which I Do Not Have.

Administrator answers:

You are not allowed.

Daniel asks…

It has always been against the law to cover your face in public Why should Muslims in Quebec be different?

New Quebec law: Uncover your face if you want to deal with provincial government

1 hour, 49 minutes ago

By The Canadian Press

MONTREAL – Muslim women will need to uncover their faces from now on if they want to deal with the Quebec government, according to landmark legislation tabled Wednesday in the province.

In doing so, Quebec has delved into sensitive territory where governments in Canada have largely avoided treading. The bill tabled in the legislature says people obtaining – or delivering – services at places like the health-or auto-insurance boards will need to do so with their faces in plain view.

It says people’s face-coverings will not be tolerated if they hinder communication or visual identification.

Premier Jean Charest told a news conference that the province was drawing a line in the sand in defence of two principles: gender equality, and secular public institutions.


It has always been against the law to cover your face or to hide your identity in public —- it has always been an additional charge laid against bank robbers and muggers

Of course the police have been expected to and have always used some common sense — Halloween for instance — but other than some blindingly obvious exceptions it is and always has been illegal for you to be running around with your face covered in public

Why should Muslims or any other group be exempted from the criminal law ?
Why would the government of Quebec’s decision come as a shock to anyone ?
No no we decided to go with the anti bank robber legislation we always had in this nation — surprise ?

40 below driving wind and snow —- the police will leave you and your balaclava alone Other than that expect to be asked a few questions
OK David

Here is the question again in slow motion

Why should ONE or ANY group be exempt from preexisting laws ?

Please make a case for why a group or groups should not be equals under the law

Explain the circumstances that exist in this case as mentioned in the news clip above as to motivate or necessitate or warrant a change in law

Administrator answers:

There is not law in the Criminal Code outlawing one from covering his face, unless he is intending on committing an indictable offence.

Sharon asks…

Is this considered by law as false imprisonment?

I was at work and I clocked-out. I was waiting for the team leader to arrive to unlock the door so I could leave. When she arrived she refused to unlock the door and let me out of the store until ten other people arrived to clock-out. I told her that I had to leave and the car waiting for me right outside the door in plain view was my ride home. And she said, “I don’t care.” After twelve minutes had passed she opened the door and I left. I was off the clock and she had no right to keep me in the store against my will. Could this by Texas law be considered as an act of FALSE IMPRISONMENT?
I worked from 5:30 pm to 11:00 PM.

It was half-past eleven near midnight

after the store had already closed

when I was free to leave the store.

Administrator answers:

You leave out a LOT of important details.
There may be a way to squeeze this into a case of false imprisonment, but my advice is to keep quiet about it and get over it; grousing about it or threatening a lawsuit is a short way to make your future at that job – and your prospects for a future job elsewhere – go bad.

David asks…

Christians is the Law made void by faith

Like a boxing battle for truth, this lie has probably bruised and beaten more people than any other. In one corner is the church that proclaims the law is legalism and has been nailed to the cross. In the other corner is the Messiah who said, “Think not that I have come to abolish the Law and the prophets; I have come not to abolish them but to fulfill them. For truly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass from the Law until all is accomplished. Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these Commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but he who does them and teaches them shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven,” Matthew 5: 17-19. The issue seems pretty plain doesn’t it? Heaven and earth are still here, so the Law must be too! What was wrong to do during the times of Moses is still wrong. What was commanded during the time Moses is still commanded today.

Many misunderstand and misquote Paul about this subject. Yet, if Savior didn’t do away with the Law how could Paul? Grace and faith have not taken the Law‘s place. Consider these verses on the subject:

- “Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid: yea, we establish the law,” Romans 3:31

- “What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin, that grace may abound? God forbid. How shall we, that are dead to sin, live any longer therein,” Romans 6:1-2

- “Wherefore the law is holy, and the commandment holy, and just, and good,” Romans 7:12

- “Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law,” 1 John 3: 4

Part of the misunderstanding concerning this subject is in how we view the term “law.” For many, the idea of “law” seems to be like a binding set of rules that hinder enjoyment. Don’t think like this. Consider instead the Law to be like a stoplight that allows life, cautions when things aren’t going right, and stops dangerous behavior. Just read Psalm 119 for insight on how we should approach the Law of Moses.

So, don’t call it “law” anymore. This word is a horrible translation of the Hebrew. Instead of referring to the commandments as laws, use the Hebrew term “Torah.” Torah is the ancient Hebrew word for teaching and instructions. Torah is more like instruction manual than it is a rulebook. Found within the Torah is our blueprint for living, with information on pretty much every part of life, from what to eat, to how to dress, and when to worship. “Christians usually call the Torah “the Law,” because most English translations of scripture translate Torah as Law. The reason this came about is because some rabbis translated the Hebrew Scriptures into Greek, called the Septuagint. The Septuagint translated Torah into the Greek word Nomia. Nomia was used in Greek culture to mean an unalterable law. Following this tradition, the Greek New Testament also used nomia to signify the Torah. The Torah is unalterable, and technically it is Law, since breaking it does have penal consequences. (Remember, this includes all that God gave to the Prophets.) However, the Torah is first of all the teaching of a protective parent, the Most High Father, Abba, who loves His children enough to preserve them in righteousness

Seminary Man the Torah never stated that to eat food with unwashed hands was a sin! That was the law of the Pharasees and thats why Yahushai said what he said about it! Seminary man needs to go back to seminary school

Administrator answers:

No. The law was never made “void” it was fulfilled by Jesus Christ for all time. He basically summed up the law with “Love God with all of your might and love your neigbor”. If we truly did this we would not break any of the laws because of our love for God and one another.


Ruth asks…

Would Hilter sign Ariz. immigration law?

Form the point of view of Hitler such law was plain wrong because people of Arian races who were in Germany illegally would be subject to deportation, and Jewish German citizens would stay.

Administrator answers:

No. Hitler didn’t care about the legality of his citizens, he was only concerned with race, legal or illegal

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