Tag: Second Amendment

Remembering That The Federal Circuit Court Held: The States, as a matter of due process, may not infringe upon the individual rights of citizens (as guaranteed by the Second Amendment) to keep and bear arms.

The States, as a matter of due process, may not infringe upon the individual rights of citizens (as guaranteed by the Second Amendment) to keep and bear arms. Filed April 20, 2009 We therefore conclude that the right to keep and bear arms is “deeply rooted in this Nation’s history and tradition.”

State & County Constitutional Militias Buy More Firearms In 3 Months, Than What It Takes To Outfit The Entire Chinese And Indian Armies!

Cornell University Law Ultimate power over the militia is not delegated to the United States by the Constitution nor to the states, but resides with the people. Consequently, the power of the militia remains in the hands of the people. Again, the fundamental function of the militia in society remains with the people. The Founders…