Please leave a comment.As a former military service member and an America citizen who values all of the privileges given to Americans in the U.S. Constitution, I enjoy practicing the privilege bestowed to me in the second amendment. Although my other long cherished constitutional protections in the U.S. Constitution outlined in the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and Fourteenth amendments have been undermined by the Patriot Act, the right to bear arms for now is still a right not affected by the concentration of power within the executive branch of the federal government enabled by a perpetual war and the national security state apparatus. On the contrary, with the federal government focused more on external threats combined with fewer federal resources for state and local governments, the individual has to be prepared to be responsible for their own personal security. As an analyst by trade and a frequent commenter on MikeB302000, a recent trip to a gun range in the more restrictive gun law state of Connecticut, prompted an analysis of gun legislation in Connecticut.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Il Principe on CT Gun Laws and Other Things
The Prince speaks. What do you think?