ANTIGUN ACTIVISTS’ RELENTLESS ASSAULT ON LONG-GUNS
PART FOUR MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH THE ACTIVE ASSISTANCE OF ANTIGUN AND OTHER RADICAL GROUPS PURSUE ANTI-SECOND AMENDMENT AGENDA THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ENHANCING SCHOOL SAFETY AND SECURITY. ANTIGUN ACTIVISTS TARGET SEMIAUTOMATIC LONG-GUNS FOR ELIMINATION […]Read More
KOLBE VS. HOGAN: A SECOND AMENDMENT CASE DECISION THAT IS CONTRARY TO THE RULE OF LAW
MARYLAND’S FIREARM SAFETY ACT: ATTACKING THE CORE OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT THROUGH THE VENEER OF PROMOTING PUBLIC SAFETY. WHAT DOES THE RULE OF LAW REALLY MEAN? KOLBE VS. HOGAN PART NINE Politicians love to pontificate, tirelessly, grandiosely, often meaninglessly. We […]Read More
THE MILITIA CLAUSE IN THE SECOND AMENDMENT: IT IS, UNFORTUNATELY, STILL AT LOGGERHEADS WITH THE INDIVIDUAL RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS
Maryland’s Firearm Safety Act: Attacking The Core Of The Second Amendment Through The Veneer Of Promoting Public Safety KOLBE VS. HOGAN: PART EIGHT Those Lower Federal District Courts And Higher Federal Circuit Courts Of Appeal That Seek To Disarm Americans, […]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
KOLBE VS. HOGAN: WILL THE CORRECT STANDARD OF REVIEW IN A SECOND AMENDMENT CASE PLEASE STAND UP!
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
KOLBE VERSUS HOGAN: A CASE AT ODDS WITH HELLER
PART TWO FACTS AND HISTORY OF THE CASE The Plaintiffs in Kolbe, include two American citizens and residents of the State of Maryland, a gun club, a gun dealer, and several gun associations. The Plaintiffs filed an action in Maryland […]Read More
KOLBE VS. HOGAN: KILLING THE SECOND AMENDMENT
“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