How can we expect the United States Supreme Court to protect our Second Amendment rights us when they are not even willing to defend their own precedents?
Today I was reflecting on the U.S. Appeals court conceding that the 2nd Amendment allows for the open carrying of a gun, it felt like a victory, kind of sort of like one. Well honestly more like a re-affirmation of obviousness than a victory, but still it wasn’t a defeat. Or was it?
From September through April 1787-1788, The Federalist Papers were written and published in New York newspapers. These editorials explain the new Constitution, including what the different articles and clauses mean. And they encouraged the people of New York State to ratify the Constitution.
In January 2018 a Bill (A08976) was quietly introduced to the New York State Assembly. That was the creation of Red Flag or Extreme Risk Protection Orders legislation. At the time, it was never expected to become law… until there was another mass shooting.
I’ve been writing about The Federalist Papers on the internet for 20 years. I feel that it is important the readers know my qualifications. I never planned on studying and writing about The Federalist Papers and the US Constitution. My plan was to teach finance. However, God had a different plan for me.
Frank Johnson started the review with a heartfelt and personal story. So often news media presents the arguments on the 2nd Amendment as only an ideological debate.
Some of us do not realize just how big an impact the Second Amendment can have on a person. I know that some anti-gun advocates think that the reason gun owners are so passionate about gun rights is so they can have guns to shoot or hunt
I have dug myself into some Facebook trenches on a number of occasions and exchanged fire with the enemy. And it went awesome! I didn’t even call someone a nazi. But seriously, did I change anything?
Patriotism starts with a donation and extends into the voting booth. Please do your part!
Everybody wants to be a patriot until it’s time to do patriot things. I first heard this quote on the internet some years ago, and though I’m not recollecting it word for word, it’s close enough.