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Freedom Eagle Clothing is excited to announce its new line of clothing, ‘No Quarter,’ an ode to the 3rd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
“When all of this started, my friends and I swore to defend and uphold the Constitution of the United States,” said Miles Burkland, company president and former Army drill sergeant. “And not just the sexy parts about speech and guns. That’s why we’re trying something new.”
Freedom Eagle is a company dedicated to giving back to the community they serve. Their popular ‘Rack Rounds, Stack Bodies, Mack Bitches’ line of MMA t-shirts and provocative ‘Over My Cold Dead Boner’ pro-2nd Amendment merchandise can be seen on military posts from Camp Humphreys to Fort Benning. The ‘No Quarter’ addition to their product line is intended to lend a measure of prestige to an often overlooked amendment.
“Constitutional amendments are like a good movie franchise,” Burkland said. “If the first and second ones are good, the third one is automatically going to be good too.”
The 3rd Amendment to the constitution, which reads, “No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house…” hearkens back to the Intolerable Acts perpetrated by the British which pushed America’s founding fathers toward revolution. Since its creation, it has been one of the least-cited parts of the constitution within the judiciary. It is occasionally invoked in cases of personal privacy from the state. But even then, the 4th Amendment is usually better.
“I think one of our designers was a little confused,” Burkland said, holding up a t-shirt depicting a man being pulled into four pieces by a team of horses with ‘Quartering is Gross’ in red calligraphic type across the bottom. “But close enough.” Other designs include direct references to the housing of British Redcoats in colonial homes, as well as reproductions of the British Parliament’s Quartering Acts of 1765 beneath piles of human excrement.
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