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|A Constitutional Case for Gun Control|
Submitted by: David Williamson
Supreme Court briefs are not known for their colorful writing. Readers are far more likely to encounter austere Latin legalisms than gripping personal narratives. Yet March for Our Lives chose to upend this norm in its amicus brief—a legal filing written by an interested outside party—in the upcoming Supreme Court case New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. City of New York. Its brief “presents the voices and stories of young people from Parkland, Florida, to South Central Los Angeles who have been affected directly and indirectly by gun violence.”
|Comment by: PHORTO (10/29/2019)|
|Emotionalism has no place in constitutional jurisprudence.|
But these ninnies will never get that.
The law says "shall not be infringed." Note the PERIOD at the end of that phrase. It is not followed by "but" or "except" or anything else.
It shall not be infringed, PERIOD.
LIBERTY HAS NO EXPIRATION DATEDemocrats wouldn't buy a clue if it was government subsidized.
Modified by TEEBONE at Tue, Oct 29, 2019, 18:26:44