Tuesday, March 11, 2014

New Test for Gun Rights


Judge Whyte, in refusing to prevent enforcement of the Sunnyvale ordinance, said that a right to have a magazine of greater than ten rounds “lies at the periphery” of the Second Amendment, and can be restricted in the interest of public safety.  He concluded that the challengers were not likely to succeed in a final ruling on the validity of the ordinance.

What have our own gun-rights fanatics been calling it, oppressive and unconstitutional?


  1. It very obviously is both oppressive and unconstitutional, but I don't have a great deal of faith in the court's ability to recognize that obvious fact.

    Guess that takes us back to Mike Vanderboegh's formula: Defy. Resist. Evade. Smuggle.

  2. Because the law is oppressive and unconstitutional.