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Let's get back to the sign, specifically Code of Virginia § 18.2-283.2. This section is unconstitutional in total.
First, Article I. Bill of Rights states: "A DECLARATION OF RIGHTS made by the good people of Virginia in the exercise of their sovereign powers, which rights do pertain to them and...
Really???? We have been through this before. January 20, 2020. "We shall not comply" and what did you do? you (collectively) complied. VCDL doesn't even rise to the level of being a paper tiger.
If our founding fathers believed in the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. Then the founding fathers believed the first ten...
Commerce Clause – Active versus Inactive
After the New Deal, it seemed as if the limits on federal power had been discarded and nearly any federal law could be upheld as an exercise of authority under the Commerce Clause or the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. See Wickard v...
The court's idea of arguing about the term citizen versus people is a red herring. Regulating immigration did not happen until 94 years after the ratification on the U.S. Constitution. Until immigration being regulated, 1882, the term citizen and people were synonymous.
The sky is falling. Garbage in garbage out. Supposedly per their numbers 1/2% of teens injured and 1/10% die. The reason for this is what? unknown.
In other words, there is no correlation between firearm purchases and the pandemic.
Of those states that regulate both open and conceal carry they are in direct conflict with the constitution and the supreme court. Since Heller these states have not been challenged as to their stance. Though, in general, I disagree with the courts belief that rights are not absolute, to...
But the state unconstitutionally regulates open carry. I've pointed this out before.
South Carolina is still living in the Jim Crow era. I'm surprised they...
99.44% of gun laws are unconstitutional. You know it, the states know it, the feds know it and the courts know it. Tinkering around the edges with all these unconstitutional laws is just window dressing.
The worst part is the gun community accepts this as a great victory.