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    Prof. Nicholas Johnson: Undermining Our Conversation on the RKBA

    Professor Nicholas Johnson, Fordham University School of Law, discussing the inanity of rewriting of the Constitution to justify unlimited federal power and how it impacts the right to keep and bear arms.

    Put your tweed jacket on and find your pipe.

    Undermining Our Conversation About the Right to Arms | Online Library of Law and Liberty
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    I only have a leather jacket with tweed arm patches...


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    Rights are only as secure as the ability to wield sufficient force to defend them. - J. Neil Schulman

    “There's nothing wrong with the country a bad recession couldn't fix.” - Irving Kristol

    "He's not a tame lion..."

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    Tagging for later.
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    Preparing for the INGO Faculty Lounge discussion:

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    For me, there should be no conceptual difference between regulating the first amendment and the second. (For that matter, I'm not convinced we can't treat all of them the same - even beyond the BOR.)

    Are there limits? Sure.

    Should the onus be on the gov't to justify the reasons for the limits? Absolutely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.Lex View Post
    For me, there should be no conceptual difference between regulating the first amendment and the second. (For that matter, I'm not convinced we can't treat all of them the same - even beyond the BOR.)

    Are there limits? Sure.

    Should the onus be on the gov't to justify the reasons for the limits? Absolutely.
    Good response, T.Lex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.Lex View Post
    For me, there should be no conceptual difference between regulating the first amendment and the second. (For that matter, I'm not convinced we can't treat all of them the same - even beyond the BOR.)

    Are there limits? Sure.

    Should the onus be on the gov't to justify the reasons for the limits? Absolutely.
    What limits should there be?
    hooky is an unknown quantity at this point.

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    What limits should there be?
    Whatever can pass strict scrutiny: criminal misuse, limited time, manner, place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Freeman View Post
    Whatever can pass strict scrutiny: criminal misuse, limited time, manner, place.
    Is this really a limit on the right itself or a point where it infringes on another's rights?
    Last edited by hooky; 07-03-2014 at 19:06. Reason: I has bad gramar
    hooky is an unknown quantity at this point.

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