Individual Gun Rights Affirmed

"It wasn’t until after the Civil War that the Supreme Court in a
piecemeal fashion began to apply–or incorporate–parts of the Bill of
Rights to the states. It has used the 14th Amendment’s Due Process
Clause to incorporate most of the Constitution’s first amendments but
has not yet done so for the Second Amendment. Gura argued that another
part of the 14th Amendment would be a better vehicle for the justices
to make their ruling but there didn’t appear to be enough support from
the bench on that front."

High Court’s Big Ruling For Gun Rights


About theRoadexecutive

Brian owns and operates a manufacturers’ representative firm, Myers & Associates, LLC, and has been involved in sales and business management for over thirty years. He is a former member of the Board of Directors at the Des Moines Christian School. He is also a charter member of Trinity Presbyterian Reformed Church in Johnston, IA, and has been an ordained elder there since 1988. He and his wife Debbie have been married thirty-two years and have four children and seven grandchildren. Brian writes occasionally for Caffeinated Thoughts as well as theRoadexecutive. His passions are politics, history, theology, economics, business, and basketball!
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One Response to Individual Gun Rights Affirmed

  1. Joe says:

    I get the feeling this battle isn’t really over somehow though I can’t exactly say why. I don’t think I could have been more surprised that this went the way that it did.

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