The chipping away at the right to defend oneself continues. What happens when courts create faux rights, such as the “right” for foreign nationals to immigrate, the “right” for states to demand more immigrants from the federal government, the “right” for illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses, or the “right”
In the case titled Marc Stephens vs Jerejian, et al, 15–3992, 2:14-cv-06688-WJM-MF, Plaintiff Marc Stephens is seeking to strike down New Jersey’s Firearm law as facially unconstitutional and in violation of the Second and Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: “A well-regulated Militia,
From Dayton Daily News — The winner of the presidential election could name as many as three U.S. Supreme Court justices, which could re-shape the court ideologically in a manner not seen since President Ronald Reagan named three conservative justices in the 1980s. Although legal scholars warn in this deeply
NEW ORLEANS (Legal Newsline) — A federal appeals court recently reinstated a lawsuit brought by an employee who alleged he was wrongly terminated for possessing a concealed weapon on company property. In a decision filed Aug. 8 in the case of Robert Swindol v. Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation, the U.S.