Tag: District of Columbia v. Heller

Gun Prohibition, R.I.P. : The Supreme Court’s Latest Second Amendment Decision Is The End Of An Era.

The Supreme Court’s rejection of Chicago’s handgun ban inMcDonald v. City of Chicago is more than a recognition that the Second Amendment applies to the states as well as the federal government. The McDonald decision is a harbinger for the end of gun prohibition as an idea. The simple, undeniable truth is that gun control does…

U.S. Federal Judge Reverses ‘Emergency Powers’ To Impose Gun & Ammunition Ban: Gross Violation Of The Constitution’s Second Amendment.

A suit organized by the Second Amendment Foundation wins another Second Amendment victory in a federal court in North Carolina. From SAF’s press release: A federal district court judge in North Carolina has just struck down that state’s emergency power to impose a ban on firearms and ammunition outside the home during a declared emergency, ruling…