Two Second Amendment-related actions filed Monday seeking to protect rights in Hawaii are being deliberately delayed. ‘justice too long delayed is justice denied”.
Perhaps the most voluminous Anti-Second Amendment regime to be constructed and one of the earliest, and one of the most insidious is that one emanating from New York.
The amicus brief by Black Attorneys Legal Aid in the New York Rifle and Pistol Association Second Amendment Case has excellent arguments.
New York is one of only eight states that still maintain a “may issue” scheme for handing out carry permits, and frequently authorities find an excuse to not hand them out.
Did President Biden slip up during that Ohio town hall that CNN aired and declare an attack on your right to keep and bear arms?
Knife Rights Foundation has joined with FPC American Victory Fund and others submitting an Amicus Curie brief to SCOTUS in a critical 2A case.
“A right limited to someone’s home is no right at all, and the court now has an opportunity to make that abundantly clear.”—Alan Gottlieb, SAF, CCRKBA
To argue otherwise is to argue the Founders thought sending an outmatched yeomanry to their slaughter was “necessary to the security of a free State.” That’s insane.
However, a comment by United States District Judge Roger Benitez in his ruling on Miller v. Bonta could be a massive game-changer.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Caniglia v. Strom could be a boon to Second Amendment supporters concerned about so-called “red flag” laws.
The Roberts court has disappointed in the past. Questions about the Chief Justice have eroded confidence in the courts being a venue where recourse for gun owners is possible.
On 26 April, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a write of certiorari (agreed to hear) the New York Rifle v. Corlett case. The case will be about denial of carry permits.
“This vote this week on making Washington DC the 51st state is about one thing, creating two new Democrat Senate seats, that’s all.”–Rep. James Comer (R-KY)
If one thing is consistent about Joe Biden, it is his penchant for getting caught telling whoppers even Washington Post Fact Checker Glenn Kessler cannot abide.
Leave it to arrogant statists on the bench not to recognize the basics of the Constitution they swore an oath to uphold.
On 11 December 2020, the Supreme Court refused to hear Texas v. Pennsylvania. They claimed lack of standing. The decision was 7-2.
A brilliant and wealthy commentator said the Supreme Court will not uphold the Constitution, because they fear their houses will be burned. The opposite seems likely.
The validity of several state elections may be determined at the Supreme Court. Five of nine justices owe nothing to corporate media or the tech giants. All five have been viciously attacked.
H.R. 8424 highlights how disgusting and distasteful some politicians can be by bringing such a bill up not even a full fortnight after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s solemn passing.
As such, her nomination was applauded by the three major national gun owner rights groups.