PHOENIX, AZ –-(Ammoland.com)- Will the new Congress stay the course?
D.C. v. Heller Gun Case Was Tip of Iceberg. Your individual right to arms is recognized, protected.
The landmark Supreme Court gun case, District of Columbia v. Heller, (554 U.S. 570), continues to set the gold standard for the human and civil right to keep and bear arms, even if lower courts and some government “officials” who hate and fear guns struggle to argue their way around it. The more people who know about all we won in this case, the stronger our rights will be.
What is far less known is that the High Court, before it took the Heller case, decided 92 other gun-related cases, and all but one are consistent with the idea that the right to keep and bear arms is an individual right.
All 92 cases are summed up in the book The Heller Case, Gun Rights Affirmed, along with detailed analysis of Heller itself from dozens of experts, plus the full language of this decision and the dissents (powerful stuff!).
It is a stunning piece of work. The book was provided to every attendee of the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Chicago in September, and is available now to the public at a discounted price.
“If you’re in the gun-rights battle,” says co-author Alan Korwin, who wrote the book with gun-rights attorney Dave Kopel, “this is one of the most exciting references you can own. It demolishes virtually every argument the anti-rights people have,” he says. “The Supreme Court has been on our side from day one.”
When you get a copy of The Heller Case, Gun Rights Affirmed, sure, you’ll enjoy every juicy word of the case that saved the Second Amendment—and you’ll advance your own ability to argue for the right to keep and bear arms.
The lawsuit that saved the Second Amendment!
NOW AVAILABLE —
The Heller Case: Gun Rights Affirmed!
by Alan Korwin and David B. Kopel
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