Friday, April 13, 2007

That was then, how about now?

The plain meaning of the right of the people to keep arms is that it is an individual, rather than a collective, right and is not limited to keeping arms while engaged in active military service or as a member of a select militia such as the National Guard.”

- U.S. vs. Emerson, 5th Circuit Federal Court.

"We think it clear that our constitution provides our citizenry the right to bear arms for their self-defense."

- Indiana Appellate Court, Schubert v. DeBard, 1980



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