22 Feb 2017

Bastards on the bench: Fourth Circuit limits Second Amendment right to possess common firearms

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”

US Gun Laws are Unconstitutional.
12 Sep 2016

US Firearm Permit and Licensing Laws are Facially Unconstitutional

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,

Aging Supreme Court leaves a lot of unanswered questions about gun rights. Elect Trump.
04 Sep 2016

Supreme Court Picks Hike Stakes In Election Fight

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

5th Circuit: Gun Rights More Important Than Employer Rights.
23 Aug 2016

5th Circuit: Gun Rights More Important Than Employer Rights

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.