DOES THE SECOND AMENDMENT CODIFY NATURAL LAW, PREEXISTENT IN THE INDIVIDUAL, OR IS THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS A MAN-MADE CONSTRUCT?
Maryland’s Firearm Safety Act: Attacking The Core Of The Second Amendment Through The Veneer Of Promoting Public Safety KOLBE VS. HOGAN PART SEVEN The Underpinnings Of The Second Amendment Right Of The People To Keep And Bear Arms Against the […]Read More
RATIONALIZING AWAY THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS: THE LENGTHS SOME COURTS WILL GO “TO DISARM” HELLER
Maryland’s Firearm Safety Act: Attacking The Core Of The Second Amendment Through The Veneer Of Promoting Public Safety. KOLBE VS. HOGAN: PART SIX Kolbe Is Not Merely An Example Of A Poorly Decided Case; It Is Illustrative Of The Way […]Read More
MARYLAND’S FIREARM SAFETY ACT: ATTACKING THE CORE OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT THROUGH THE VENEER OF PROMOTING PUBLIC SAFETY.
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 A Court Of Review Is Philosophically Predisposed To Inhibit […]Read More
KOLBE VS. HOGAN: THE U.S. DISTRICT COURT OF MARYLAND IGNORES U.S. SUPREME COURT PRECEDENT, OPENLY AND BLATANTLY DEFYING HELLER.
PART FOUR The Maryland District Court incorrectly and improperly interpreted Justice Scalia as saying: “the Supreme Court held in Heller I* that a heightened level of scrutiny applies to regulations found to burden the Second Amendment right, 554 U.S. at […]Read More
PART THREE 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 U.S. Supreme Court, in the case, District of Columbia vs. Heller, 554 U.S. 570, 128 […]Read More
On January 17, 2017, Assistant Speaker of the New York State Assembly, Felix W. Ortiz, a Democrat, introduced a bill in the New York State Assembly aimed directly at gun owners. The bill, A2260, if enacted, would require all firearm owners to purchase […]Read More
“Bubble Guns” In The Fourth Circuit Take Pot Shots At Heller In The Circuit’s Poorly Reasoned Opinion PART ONE THE KOLBE CASE: INTRODUCTION On February 21, 2017, antigun establishment judges of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit […]Read More
The Ninth Circuit’s Decision, Enjoining the President’s Executive Order, Temporarily Suspending Refugees from Entering Our Country Who Reside in Failed States, Was Legally Wrongheaded. Who Really Was Behind the Filing of the Lawsuit? What Is the Basis for The President’s […]Read More