November 27 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States once again refused to stand up to protect the Second Amendment,
“…government cannot prohibit whole classes of firearms, including semiautomatic sport-utility rifles, that are in common use…” explained SAF founder Alan M. Gottlieb
Maryland’s firearm safety act: Attacking the core of the second amendment through the veneer of promoting public safety..
Tyranny arises when our Judiciary, comprising our Federal Courts, go awry, not with the law as it exists, but with law as individual jurists would like that law to be…
To tie the right into the notion of a “militia” or into the he National Guard, which is essentially a part of a “standing army”, the very thing the framers sought to be a guard against..
Does the right of the people to keep & bear arms exist as a quality or characteristic intrinsic to the individual or is the right to be perceived as an endowment?
Maryland’s Firearm Safety Act: Attacking The Core Of The Second Amendment Through The Veneer Of Promoting Public Safety..
A court of review is blind to inappropriate, and unlawful Government action when it is philosophically predisposed to inhibit the right of the people to keep and bear arms..
The U.S. District Court of Maryland employed the wrong standard of review in finding that Maryland’s draconian firearm safety act is lawful…
The fourth Circuit Court declared that the Second Amendment didn’t apply at all. In an amazing display of judicial gymnastics…
Democrats will continue to control the city, and official and unofficial crime will continue to rise.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, heard the lawsuit of Kolbe v Hogan (Previously Kolbe v O’Malley).