2) This was not the first time President Obama proclaimed his belief that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to keep and bear arms
for the lawful purpose of hunting.
Kentucky Supreme Court, 1822, concerning the Kentucky Constitution's right to keep and bear arms
It means allowing the government, within the moral context of the right to keep and bear arms
, to regulate the ownership and use of those weapons that cannot be justified for personal defense.
The Second Amendment provides that "[a] well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms
, shall not be infringed.
Levy agrees that ''the origins of the [2nd] Amendment show that the right to keep and bear arms
has an illustrious history connected with freedom, even if it is a right that must be regulated.
The Founding Fathers designed the right to keep and bear arms
as an individual right for law-abiding Americans," says Autumn Fogg, an NRA spokesperson.
Instead, let us remove all those unconstitutional federal and state restrictions, regulations and laws removing our "individual" right to keep and bear arms
The second category of cases, however, seem to dominate the records of the courts--and unfortunately, when the courts hear arguments for the right to keep and bear arms
from lawyers for bad guys, it seldom ends well for either the defendant, or the right to keep and bear arms
DeMar invoked the Second Amendment in an interview with the Tribune, but it was the last time anyone mentioned the right to keep and bear arms
in connection with the case.
Recently, I wrote two columns about the question of whether felons, after their full release back into society, could be denied the right to keep and bear arms
and whether the right to keep and bear arms
was "absolute" or was subject to exceptions.
Eradicating the so-called illicit firearms trade "in all its aspects" includes eradicating the fight of Americans to keep and bear arms
, as guaranteed by the Second Amendment of our Bill of Rights.